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Run for Nada India @Giving Tuesday India Generosity Run (2nd Oct - 11th Oct 2020)

 

Nada India @ GivingTuesday India Generosity Run (Oct 2nd - 11th 2020)

#GivingTuesdayIndia My Giving for #MyBetterBharat

The GivingTuesday India Generosity Run  to express solidarity with one another. It is an occasion to celebrate our freedom with gratitude to the Father of the Nation for his tireless efforts and follow his message to care for fellow citizens who are yet to experience freedom from poverty! It combines the quest for fitness for oneself with a desire to champion causes and be a changemaker! 
The run aims for runners to collectively cover the distance of 79,000 kilometres that Gandhiji walked for India's freedom. Participants can choose Nada India Foundation to support and run/ jog/ walk/ move in a wheelchair, at a location of their choosing (home, neighbourhood, gym, park, treadmill) at 
their own time and pace between Oct 2nd Oct & 11th Oct 2020, using any fitness app. You can send the screenshot of their running app for verification to the race manager by the end of Oct 11, 2020. This run is open to everyone: adults and children above 10 years of age; people residing anywhere in India and abroad, regardless of their nationality!
So what do you do from now until Oct 2? Please call us for registration mobile 9810594544 nadaindia@gmail.com www.nadaindia.info www.youthforwellbeing.org 
NADA (INDIA) FOUNDATION | 80G | FCRA | Works for Adolescents, Children | women Health (Non Communicable Diseases ) Donation Coupon Code GSN5850

  Following are the various categories for runners to register

Category

Reg fee + 
For Charity
( Runner needs to pay)

Reg Fee

For Charity

E- Certificate

100

50

50

E-Certificate & Medal

275

200

75

E-Certificate, Medal and T-Shirt

550

450

100

Overseas

$15

$10

$5

 

 

 

 




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