Each of the Champions of Chennai is doing amazing work in their own respective fields. Some of them are engaged in path-breaking social initiatives that are transforming societies around us. You too could participate in such initiatives or financially support them. Here are details of the projects that the Champions are working on currently and for which they are looking for support –

S.No. Name & contact details of Champion & Organization Brief description of activities How you can help?
1 Mr. Thangaraj
[Mob: 8438418889
Email: slum_steds@yahoo.com]Slum Children Sports Talents Education Development Society (SCSTEDS)
Development of slums through increasing participation of children and youth, especially through football at Vyasarpadi, Chennai.
  1. Supply of daily nutrition to the young footballers
  2. Supply of sports gear for the players
  3. Sponsoring
  4. Donations
  5. Job opportunities for the players
2 Miss. Shakuntala Sharma
[Mob: 9840200054
Email: childaid@hotmail.com]Children Garden School Society
Established in 1937 and running 5 schools (3 city and 2 rural) serving the needs of 3000 children.

Celebrating 80th year.

  1. Sponsorship
  2. Donations
3 Dr. P. Nagarajan
[Mob: 9940699728
Email: primesportsindia@gmail.com]Prime Sports Academy www.primesportsacademy.org
Working towards its vision to Develop a model Training Centre in the field of sports by producing athletes at international level. Undertake advanced research to identify talent at grassroots, nurture their skills and take them to the international stage.
  1. Sponsorship
  2. Donations
  3. Job opportunities for the athletes
4 Mr. Elango Rangaswamy
[Mob: 9940682201
Email: panchayat@yahoo.com]Panchayat Academy,
Trust for Village Self-Governance
Panchayat Academy trains and builds networks of emboldened local leaders who embody a common vision of good democracy and governance.
  1. Sponsorship
  2. Donations
5 The Clarke School for the Deaf
[Address: Building No.3, 3rd Street, Dr. Radhakrishnan Salai, Dwarka Colony, Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600004
Tel: 044 28474910Contact person: Dr. P. Leelavathy
To Educate, Train and Rehabilitate the Hearing Impaired, Mentally Retarded, Deaf blind and Multiple Handicapped children and to help them avail all the privileges that are available to the able bodied
  1. Sponsorship
  2. Donations
6 Mr. Peter Van Geit
[Mob: 9600004509
Email: peter.vangeit@gmail.com]Chennai Trekking Club www.ChennaiTrekkers.org
A voluntary non-profit organization whose members meet weekly for outdoor recreation, environmental education and social responsibility activities
  1. Volunteer
7 Jeevan Stem Cell Foundation
[Address: 22/11, Wheatcrofts Road, Astra Hearing Aid Centre Building, Nungambakkam, Chennai 600034. India
Ph: +91 44 43504246, 28263113
Email: stemcell@jeevan.org
www.jeevan.org]Contact persons:
Dr. P. Srinivasan [Srinivasan@jeevan.org]
Dr. Saranya Narayan [Saranya@jeevan.org]
  1. Jeevan’s Public Cord Blood Bank – where a family donates their baby’s cord blood , at no cost to them, for use by anyone across the world, subject to compatibility
  2. Jeevan Stem Cell Registry
  1. Donate cord blood
  2. Donate funds
  3. Register with and commit to the Jeevan Stem Cell Registry
8 Sri Matha Trust
[Address: Rajasthani Dharmasala for poor cancer patients, Old Cancer Institute, Gandhi Nagar, Adyar, Chennai 600020.
Ph: +91 44 24420727 www.srimathatrust.co.in]Contact person:
Mr. V. Krishnamoorthy [vkrishnamoorthy.smt@gmail.com]
Sri Matha Cancer Care
[Address: 466, 3rd Avenue, Indira Nagar, Chennai 600020.
Ph: +91 44 24912308, 24413233 www.srimathacancercare.com]Contact person:
Dr. Vijayasree
[dvijayasree.smcc@rediffmail.com]
  1. Sri Matha Trust Runs a secular and free 100-bed dormitory for cancer patients.
  2. Sri Matha Cancer Care runs a hospice providing palliative care free of cost.
  1. Sponsorship
  2. Donations
9 Dr. Deborah Thiagarajan
[deborahthiagarajan@gmail.com]
Madras Craft Foundation
G-3, Madhurams Apartments
No.6 Urur Olcott Road
Besant Nagar
Chennai – 600 090
Ph: +91 44 24462435
Runs DakshinaChitra, a cross cultural living museum of art, architecture, lifestyles, crafts and performing arts of South India.
  1. Visit
  2. Donate
  3. Volunteer