Subramaniam Balachandar is a pharmacologist who works a 6 pm to 3 am shift voluntarily in order to accommodate time for practicing his passion..Read More
Bala wins two Golds
The Indian Para Badminton contingent was at it recently in the Uganda Para Badminton Championship 2017. Two athletes who are supported by..Read More
Anand and Manoj win some more Laurels at the Uganda Para Badminton Championship
Amar Kumar Santra lost his eyesight in 2013, when he met with an accident. Only in 2016 did he start training with us, under our Para Swimming Coach..Read More
Amar Kumar Santra wins a bagful at his first ever National Para Swimming Championships
The badminton athletes who were sponsored about by our Foundation, won SEVEN MEDALS at the Asian Para Badminton Championship..Read More
Asian Para Badminton Championships, Beijing
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.”
How we are helping
- August 26, 2022
17 year old Aryavardhan and 22 year old Arshad, both above knee amputees of Telangana have just returned after scaling Mt. Bhageerathi (21365 ft) on 24th August 2019 , Uttarakhand, where the base camp was at Nandanvan 14655 ft (altitude, and the training took place all the way up to camp 1 at 17552 ft
- May 6, 2018
Gopichand is one of our youngest beneficiaries, all of 12 years old! In the 2016-2017 State Para Swimming Competition at Bangalore, Gopichand won 1 gold and 3 Silver medals. At the 2016 National Championships in Jaipur, he won 3 gold medals, More recently, at the 2017-2018 National Championships at Udaipur, he won 3 Golds and
- May 6, 2018
Dileep lost both his legs in a train accident in 2017. After spending a huge amount of money on his hospital expenses, he went into a state of mind where he felt like he had lost everything in life. For many months, he was lying in bed, depressed. But then, one day, he saw a
- May 6, 2018
Jagwinder is a man of many talents. Despite having deformed hands, he is more independent in his life than you and I can ever imagine him to be. Among his many talents are: He is a Self Trained Para-Cyclist, doing long distance rides. He is a painter by passion, and he teaches painting at a
What People Say About Us
Generously supported by and associated with
Aditya Mehta's Mentors
One of India's top photographers, he has helped me set up the Foundation from scratch, and continues to give me his guidance to keep the Foundation running on the right track
Shri. Arvind Chenji
PRESIDENT POLICE MEDAL FOR GALLANTRY FOR ELIMNATIMG GAZI BABA, THE DREADED Jaish-E-Muhammad Chief, who was responsible for attacking Temple of Democracy - Indian Parliament. Now working in corporate and mentoring disabled soldiers and athletes.
Shri. M R Binuchandran, (Deputy Commandant (Ex), BSF.)
(IPS, Inspector General, BSF)