Donations Offered

  • 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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  • Abhishek gets an MTB cycle worth Rs 60,000

    Abishek Singh Sheku is a 26 year old who has a medical condition due to which his right leg is stunted and lacks muscle growth. This condition however, does not stop him from training hard every day. He is a cyclist who has already conquered the Asian Championship title. Due to the lack of competitors

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  • Siva Prasad gets a cycle worth Rs 40,000

    Shiva Prasad N V is a soft spoken and grounded 26 year old from Magadi District in Karnataka. In 2013, he suffered from a road accident due to which he lost his left leg. It was only 2 years after that fateful day that he learnt about the beautiful world of cycling. Our Foundation sponsored

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  • Tinkesh Kaushik gets prosthesis worth Rs.8 Lakhs

    Tinkesh Kaushik met with 11,000W electric shock when he was 9 years in 2002. He was thrown 2 feet away with his left arm displaced and hanging on the branch of a tree. Both his legs were totally burnt. Tinkesh never gave up on life and pulled himself out of this stigma. The Aditya Mehta

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  • Aryavardhan is presented with an imported leg worth 2.5 Lakhs

    Aryavardhan is a young lad of 12 years who lost his leg in an accident. He is a child who is raised by a single mother who is also suffering from throat cancer. Aryavardhan was finding it difficult to cope without a leg. He was finding it difficult to adjust to a new lifestyle with

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  • Anand Kumar gets sponsorship of 1 lakh

    B. Anand Kumar is a para-badminton champion and is ranked Ranked World No.2 in singles & No.9 in Doubles in 2012 and was Ranked World No.1 in singles & No.7 in Doubles in 2013. Anand is a world champion today in Men’s double and and Ekalavya Awardee. Anand was selected to represent india in the

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  • Nagesh gets a tandem bicycle

    Nagesh is a visually impaired cyclist and he aspires to take this sport to the next level. To help him achieve his goals AMF donated a tandem bicycle worth Rs 25,000/- with accessories.

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  • Sarala realizes her dream with a tandem bicycle

    Sarala is a visually impaired girl an aspired to be come a cyclist from Hindupur, Andhra Pradesh.She had a dream of being able to bike around without any aid. This dream came true because of AMF who helped her get a tandem cycle worth Rs 25,000/- with accessories.

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  • Divyanshu Ganatra Receives a Tandem Bicycle

    Divyanshu Ganatra looks like a normal person who is specially abled by being visually challenged. He however has several credits to his achievements which includes being a Limca Book of Records holder for flying a plane. AMF went ahead and bought him a Tandem Bicycle to help him achieve bigger goals in the field of

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  • Maruthi gets a Tandem Cycle

    Maruthi is a visually impaired athlete and is aspiring to bemuse a national champion in cycling. To help him realise his vision and goals AMF has offered him a tandem bicycle, which is specially designed for the blind. This bicycle is worth Rs 25,000/- along with accessories. Maruthi can now pursue his dream and explore

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  • Parasuram gets a tandem bicycle

    You might think how a blind person can ride a bicycle, but when you have a passion to pursue a sport it can happen even if it looks impossible. Parasurama is a blind athlete and he is encouraged by AMF to take his sport more seriously and train for it on a tandem bicycle. He

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  • Apu Dey Receives a Bicycle

    Apu Dey belongs to Lumding Assam  and has lost his left leg above knee last year in a bike accident. Currently he is using a prosthetic leg and is working in a lower primary school to support his family. Apu Dey dreams of becoming a world-class cyclist and wants to pursue his sport. He approached AMF

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