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Infinity Riders 2017

People Helping Us

What We Do

Aditya Mehta Foundation (AMF) is a non-profit organisation which aids people with disabilities to pursue sports while providing self-sustenance.

The Foundation was started in October 2013, and has grown by leaps and bounds in a short span. Based out of Hyderabad, our area of operations spans every corner of our nation. We represent a cause that is unique in our country, and a large minority of people has much to benefit from the work that we do.

What our foundation does can be broken down into the following:-

  • Raise Funds for our operations through our signature Fund Raising event, the Infinity Ride.
  • Scout out talent among the disabled population of India.
  • Provide counseling for such individuals and help them get better at their sport/ find a sport that is suitable for them.
  • Provide the necessary equipment, training, funding for these athletes to help them grow in their sport and compete to win at the International level.

Along with civilian talent available, a major portion of our efforts are directed at finding and nurturing talent available in the nations Central Armed Police Forces (BSF, CRPF and ITBP), where there are quite a few permanent injuries which arise while a soldier is on duty at India’s International borders and naxal prone areas.

We support athletes right from the grassroot level and bring them up to a level at which they are capable of International dominance in their sport.

“Our vision is to make India a superpower in the world of Para Sports.”

– Aditya Mehta, Founder of AMF.
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How we are helping

  • Jitendra gets a prosthetic limb worth Rs 2.75 lakh

    Jitendra is an above knee amputee who has taken up the sport of badminton. He happens to be a powerhouse of strength, doing a surplus of 100 push ups per gym session. A very commendable feat for someone with just one leg! Jitendra received a prosthetic leg worth Rs.2,75,000 from the Aditya Mehta Foundation in

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  • Rama Chandra gets an electronic hand worth Rs 3 lakhs

    Aarle Ramachandra is an 18 year old stud from Pettapuram District in Andhra Pradesh. In 2013, while on his way to compete at Basketball Nationals in Goa, he had an accident at the railway station which led to the amputation of his left hand. This didn’t stop Ramachandra’s continuing passion for the sport, as he

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  • Wheelchair tennis champion Balachandar gets a Specialized Wheelchair worth Rs 3.5 lakhs

    Subramanian Balachandar is a pharmacist, professor and wheel chair tennis player. He has eight years of experience in the US healthcare. A tamilian by birth, he started playing tennis in 2006 when he represented India at FESPIC Games in Kualalumpur, Malaysia. His journey as a sportsperson is a coalescence of International, National & State level

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  • Indian Para Badminton contingent gets sponsored with Rs.4Lakhs to cover their tournament expenditure

    The Indian Para-Badminton contingent is an extremely strong one. We have world class athletes who own the stage at various International Events. At the Aditya Mehta Foundation, we have pledged to help them out wherever possible. The AMF on 28th October sponsored 6 such world class athletes to represent and make our country proud in

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