Mysore Warriors is proudly associated with below NGO's:
Deutsche Cleft Kinderhilfe Foundation
Deutsche Cleft Kinderhilfe is a German non-profit organization active for the past 11 years and works across the globe including India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, the Philippines, Peru, Bolivia, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Ruanda, Uganda and Cameroon. They have performed close to 24,000 surgeries worldwide till date. The organization has a partner network of many NGOs, hospital, medical and dental institutions in India and is supported by philanthropists, German corporations and multinationals.
With over 10,000 free cleft lip and palate surgeries to its credit, the organization is still midway on its long journey to provide high end comprehensive cleft care to the large number of needy children in India.
Mysore warriors batted for the NGO; every 4s, 6s scored and wickets taken by the team through the KPL matches in 2014 earned a fixed sum to the foundation.
Kalisu foundation is a volunteer driven organization that passionately envisions to capacitate children. In simple term they adopt schools which are in bad shape and work with them to improve the quality of education. They have a dedicated team comprising of professionals and volunteers who join and work with them teaching students from government schools - English, life skills, provides Library etc.
This year Mysore Warriors aims to help them set up two libraries through the foundation.
Usha Kiran Eye Hospital
Usha Kiran Eye Hospital is one of the veteran leaders in the ophthalmology Sphere. The Usha Kiran Eye Hospital is rendering world class eye-care services to one and all and without discrimination, especially to the poorest of the poor. The hospital is the result of the vision and inspiration of Dr. Ravishankar and Dr. Uma Ravishankar. After completing FRCS in U.K they chose to serve in India and started USHA KIRAN EYE HOSPITAL at Mysore in 1995. Dr. Ravishankar specialises in Retina/Vitreous diseases, and surgeries of children's eye, Dr. Uma Ravishankar is expert in diseases and surgery of cornea and cataract. During the past 23 + years, this tireless duo have performed over one lakh eye operations and procedures out of which over 20000 have been performed gratis. The hospitals comprise of a talented team of sub-specialists driven towards giving their patients a new lease of life through their wide range of eye-care Treatments.
ReforestIndia is a charity that plants trees for free to heal the earth. Our aim is to contribute to global cooling by reforesting India and sequestering carbon. For only forests can tangibly cool the globe. There is no other way.
Our efforts also result in increased biodiversity, increased biomass, increased precipitation, increased rainfall, increased groundwater levels, increased ability of the soil to retain and release water over longer periods of time, better watershed management and stabilisation of local climate. Reforestindia provides a much-needed option to all citizens and corporates of the world to live a carbon neutral, guilt-free life by offsetting the emissions caused by their actions.
"The story of Kaveri", a film made by reforestIndia, with Cycle Pure agarbathies, to raise awareness about the plight of the river goddess Kaveri, is turning out to be the most awarded PSA film in Indian history. It continues to garner top accolades at creativity festivals the world over. The list of awards to date include 3 Nominations at Cannes Festival, 1 Silver at New York Festivals, 4 Golds and a coveted Grandprix at Abby's,Goafest, 3 golds at Maddy's, Chennai, 6 blue elephants and the top honour - the black elephant - at Kyoorius awards, Mumbai, and counting.
Reforestindia is an initiative of Rajanet Yegneswaran Charitable Trust, a not for profit, registered NGO with 80G, 12A and FCRA. Let's reforestindia. One tree at a time.
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