The TCS World 10K is coming up on May 15th, and we have five runners who are raising funds to support the journalism published on Citizen Matters.
Each of them have chosen specific areas that they are raising funds for and we are looking to raise Rs 3,00,000 across all the campaigns. Here are the details.
- Thejesh GN for open data and transparency
- Raghu Kashyap for stories on waste management
- Shilpi Sahu for saving lakes
- Jothi Padmanabhan for stories on education and schooling
- Kalyan Devi for a garbage-free Bengaluru
To each of the runners, thank you from all of us at Citizen Matters – for seeing value in the kind of work we do, and for helping us out with our fundraising.
We are currently at 15.71% of our target of Rs 3,00,000. Here is the split of funds received so far.
A big shout out to all the folks who have supported us thus far. Thank you!
Open Data: Gopal M Sukumarapillai, Lochan George, Nisha Thompson, Ponnusamy Rangasamy, Shweta Taneja, Sumanth K, Tom Tillo, Uday B Nandiwada
Lakes: Gauri Dabholkar, Karthick Gururaj, Laxmeesha Acharya, Mukesh Khandelwal, Rajan Narayanan, Ranjit Paranjpe, Ravi Ranjan Kumar, Sanjay Kumar, Santosh Srinivas, Seema Sharma, Sindhu Naik, Srinath Beldona, Sudhir Sangani Rao, Swapna Sarit Khuntia
Garbage crisis: Kannan Kalidasan, Vikas Kiranraj Jain
Every rupee counts, so we urge you to contribute to our runners’ campaign(s) and help us reach our goal. To contribute through our online gateway, click here. Even if you are not able to contribute this time around, we request you to spread the word about our work. Thank you for being with us every step of the way!
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Team Citizen Matters