Nov. 5, 2017 | 06:00 AM
Conceptualized and created by Let’s Feed India (LFI), the Kids Marathon is not just an attempt to create awareness about Childhood Cancer, but also about touching lives and spreading the message of fitness through the simple act of running.
Let’s Feed India:
We are defined as a group of people from various regions and different cultures who come together and make a FAMILY. We make a chain of FRIENDS (Donors-Volunteers- Coordinators) who get connected with each other through a thread of Emotions-Feelings- Love.
We get wonderful food from thousands of kitchens to hungry stomachs awaiting us at their homes. So, the time has come to share your love with everyone around the world. There is no rich; there is no poor. All we need is your heart, and an open door.
About the organizer:
Life comes on earth to fulfill a work. Each life is meant to fulfill a mission ordained by God, the Lord of creation. The man has to take up special duties imparted by the divine will. Nothing in nature is for itself. Rivers don't drink water, trees don't eat their fruits, the sun does not give heat and light for itself. Water touches all, belongs to all, all living beings can quench thrust with it. Similarly, Mr. Aadhi’s life was undoubtedly like a stream of pure water whose tireless effort was to help poor people. He strongly believed that those who are privileged to have wealth should contribute significantly to try and create a better world for the millions who are far less privileged as the best way to serve. God is to serve man. Living for others was the way of their life. He is attributing his life in the service of the society and burning himself like a candle to give light to millions.
Objectives of the Marathon:
The objective of the Kids Marathon is to create awareness about the Childhood Cancer among the general public, improve the physical & mental fitness of the participants, as also making it a family-friendly event to encourage the participation of families for a healthier lifestyle. Therefore, there is no age limit for participation, though minors require a parental consent prior to participating in the event.