1.REGISTRATION :
  1. a. Youth Challengers
  2. b. Dream Maker
  3. c. Dream Challenger
  4. d. Corporate Challenge
  5. e. I Pledge
2. SELECTING A CHARITY :
  1. a. How do I choose a cause?
  2. b. Which are the charities that I can raise pledges for?
  3. c. Which charity can I run for?
  4. d. In case the charity of my choice has not registered with you for the event, what do you suggest I do?
  5. e. Can I run for more than one charity?
  6. f. What if I am not sure which charity to run for?
3. PLEDGE RAISING:
  1. a. I want to run for a cause and raise money. How do I do this?
  2. b. What is pledge raising?
  3. c. Why should I run for a cause?
  4. d. What are the modes of collection I can use to raise pledges?
  5. e. Can I collect pledges in cash?
  6. f. What support will Concern India Foundation give me towards pledge raising?
  7. g. How long before the event should I start raising pledges?
  8. h. Should I set myself a target for the amount of pledges I need to raise?
  9. i. Once a pledge sheet is full, do I stop raising pledges?
  10. j. When is the last date to send in my pledge form?
  11. k. What happens after I send in all my pledges?
  12. l. What’s the easiest and best way for me to keep track of my pledges?
4. ONLINE PLEDGE RAISING :
  1. a. How do I raise pledges online?
  2. b. What is the process that is to be followed by people who pledge for my run?
5. MONEY RAISED :
  1. a. Will I as well as my pledgers get tax exemptions?
  2. b. How soon after I send in my pledges will I get the receipts?
  3. c. How soon after the event will all the information be collated and put up on Concern India Foundation’s website?
  4. d. When will Concern India Foundation give the money to the charity?
6. IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER :
  1. a. Do all the pledges for the listed charities have to go through Concern India Foundation?
  2. b. Why am I being charged, even when I run for a charity?
  3. c. If friends and family from abroad want to send a cheque, where should they send to?
7. INCENTIVES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE DELHI HALF MARATHON :
  1. a. What are the incentives for me to participate for me to participate in the Delhi Half Marathon 2011?
9. ANNEXURE 1
  1. a. What are “Online Donations”?
  2. b. How do I create Online Donation page?
  3. c. How do I inform people about my Online Giving Page?
  4. d. Can I raise funds for more than one charity through Online Donation?
  5. e. How will I know if someone has made a donation on my Online Donation page?
  6. f. Will my donors get a receipt for their donation?
  7. g. How long can I receive donations through Online Donation?
  8. h. When will the money that I collect on my pledge page be disbursed?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. REGISTRATION:
A. Youth Challengers
The Youth Challengers is a category specially designed for students of educational institutions who wish to participate and raise funds for their chosen charity or cause. Team members of the Youth Challengers group can choose from any of the NGOs listed in the vent’s official Charity Partner, Concern India Foundation’s page

Each team of Youth Challenge will comprise of 3 to 5 participants who belong to the age group of 12 years to 21 years.

To register as Youth Challengers, the group needs to make an upfront contribution of Rs. 5,000 for a team of 3 to 5 members (non-refundable). No extra amounts shall be charged for their GDR running registration. To confirm benefits, as underlined below, members of the Youth Challengers need to raise a cumulative minimum amount of Rs. 50,000 inclusive of the registration amount on or before 20th November, 2013.

Amount retained by Concern India Foundation:
  • Rs 5000/- inclusive of their running amounts
 
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1. REGISTRATION:
B. Dream Maker
Dream Maker belongs to a select group of individuals who commit to raise a minimum of Rs.1.5 lakhs through pledges for the charity or cause of their choice. The individual has to fill in the Dream Maker registration form and make an upfront, non-refundable contribution of Rs.7, 500/- (Rs. Seven thousand and five hundred only) to be a Dream Maker.

Concern India Foundation retains this amount of Rs.7500/-.

  • Where the Dream Maker manages to raise Rs. 6 lakhs and above, Concern India Foundation will retain Rs. 10,000 or 2.5% of the additional amount raised, whichever is less

The event entry fee of Rs. 500 (Rs. Five hundred only) for the Great Delhi Run or Rs. 900(Rs. Nine hundred only) for the Half Marathon race category per Dream Maker will be paid to Procam by the Concern India Foundation.

The cheque for Rs. 7,500/- will be in favour of “Concern India Foundation” and will be included in the overall commitment funds to be raised.
 
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1. REGISTRATION:
C. Dream Challenger
Dream Challenger is a higher version of the Dream Maker category where an individual is challenging his/her own commitment to charity. Under this category he/she commits to raise a minimum of Rs.4 lakhs through pledges for the charity or cause of his/ her choice. The individual has to fill in the Dream Challenger registration form and make an upfront, non-refundable contribution of Rs. 20,000/- (Rs Twenty thousand only) to be a Dream Challenger.

Concern India Foundation retains this amount of Rs.20,000/-
  • Where the Dream Challenger manages to raise Rs. 8 Lakhs and above, Concern India Foundation will retain Rs. 20,000 or 2.5% of the additional amount raised, whichever is less.


  • The Event Entry fee of Rs. 500/- (Rs. Five hundred only) for the Great Delhi Run or Rs. 900/- (Rs. Seven hundred only) for the Half Marathon race category per Dream Challenger will be paid to Procam by the Concern India Foundation.

    The cheque for Rs. 20,000/- will be in favour of “Concern India Foundation” and will be included in the overall commitment funds to be raised.
 
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1. REGISTRATION:
D. Corporate Challenge
Corporates can choose to field Corporate Challenge teams of following team strengths in the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2013:

Option Description Details
Team 10** (focusing on SME) An upfront, non-refundable contribution of Rs. 1,25,000 INR 1,12,500 will be disbursed to the chosen charity or cause and Rs. 12,500 (@10%) will be retained by Concern India Foundation
Team 25 An upfront, non-refundable contribution of Rs. 2,50,000 Rs. 2,25,000 will be disbursed to the chosen charity or cause and Rs. 25,000 (@10%) will be retained by Concern India Foundation
Team 40 An upfront, non-refundable contribution of Rs. 3,50,000 Rs. 3,15,000 will be disbursed to the chosen charity or cause and INR 35,000 (@12.5%) will be retained by Concern India Foundation


** Option – I (Team size 10) is available only to organisations that have not been a part of the ADHM from past 3 years.

Please note: From the total money raised by the Corporate Challenge team members, 4% will be retained by Concern India Foundation.


Formation of Team/s: Once the company has registered its Corporate Challenge team/s with Concern India Foundation, the HR head or any other person as may be appointed by the corporate (Key Facilitator), will be provided with 2 URL links. The first URL link will be an administrative link to be retained by the Key Facilitator. The second URL needs to be circulated internally within the employee base or to employees chosen to be part of the team, so as to facilitate the process of filling in of the individual event application form by the team members. The employees accessing the link will be required to fill in the form with all relevant mandatory fields and submit the same. Once all team members have filled in and submitted their application forms, the Key Facilitator needs to approve the entries on the administrative link. The Key Facilitator also needs to choose a Team Leader from amongst the team members online. Only after such approval will entries be accepted by Concern India Foundation.

The same process described above needs to be followed by companies who may be fielding multiple teams.

Post registration process of the Corporate and individual team members: The company needs to submit a single cheque in favour of "Procam International Ltd – ADHM" for the consolidated event entry fees of all its team members. The amount of the cheque will depend upon the race category chosen by the team members. For e.g. for team 25, if there are 18 people running the Great Delhi Run (6 kms) and 7 running the Half Marathon (21 kms), then the event entry fees cheque will be for Rs.15, 300 (18 runners x Rs. 500 + 7runners x Rs. 900).
 
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1. REGISTRATION:
E. I Pledge
'I Pledge' will comprise of any individual runner, who is neither a Dream Maker or Dream challenger, nor is part of a Corporate Challenge team. He/she can do his/her own bit and raise funds for a cause/charity of his/her individual choice. A pledge kit, which will help I Pledgers raise funds for their chosen charity or cause, can be downloaded free of cost from:
www.concernindiafoundation.org /adhm

Registration Details: : Rs. 500/- for the Great Delhi Run (6 kms) and Rs. 900/- for the Half Marathon (21 kms). From the total money raised by the I Pledger, 4% will be retained as the administration and processing fee by Concern India Foundation.

The I Pledge category will have the facility to raise donations online and offline both; the details are given in Annexure 1.
   
   
   
   
 
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2. SELECTING A CHARITY:
a. How do I choose a cause?
Simply think about what cause is closest to your heart, and select the specific charity from the list provided on our website www.concernindiafoundation.org/adhm

 We will keep updating this list as and when more NGOs register with us. Concern India Foundation, the official charity partner of the event, offers you a wide range of causes that help the most vulnerable sections of the society to lead a life of dignity.

b. Which are the charities that I can raise pledges for?
Only NGOs listed on the website are authorized to raise money through the Marathon. The list of these charities is published on the Concern India website as well as the official event website. The site gives you information on the charities’ organizational profile, financial, governance structure, stories of change, donation options as well as contact information. Additionally, some charities have their own website (the links are listed on www.concernindiafoundation.org/adhm).

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2.SELECTING A CHARITY:
c. Which charity can I run for?
You can run for any charity of your choice (any charity registered for the 2013 chapter of ADHM) but all the amounts raised by you will first come to Concern India Foundation and then will be disbursed to the charity or cause of your choice. All NGOs that want to raise pledges as part of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon have to register themselves with Concern India Foundation, the official Charity Partner of Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2013.  

This is done by filling out a simple NGO Participation form which is available on our website. This registration for charities is purely for the duration of the marathon. This will ensure the legitimacy of all NGOs who will be participating.
 
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2.SELECTING A CHARITY:
d. In case the charity of my choice has not registered with you for the event, what do you suggest I do?
Please ask them to email or write to us expressing their interest in participating in the event on marathon@concernindia.org. We request that the contact information should be clear, updated and legible. We will then send them a participation form, which they will need to fill and send back to us.
 
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2.SELECTING A CHARITY:
e. Can I run for more than one charity?
We would recommend running for only one charity for a variety of reasons, the most important being that you will then make a tangible difference to that one cause. Also, our online systems are designed to support only one charity per runner.
 
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2.SELECTING A CHARITY:
f. What if I am not sure which charity to run for?
If you are undecided which charity you wish to run for, simply write the cause you wish to support on the form enclosed, against “name of the charity”. Concern India Foundation will ensure that a charity that has an urgent need for funds within that cause will get the money you have raised. The charity that we will choose will be from among the ones that are listed on www.concernindiafoundation.org/adhm .
 
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3.PLEDGE RAISING:
a. I want to run for a cause and raise money. How do I do this?
You can raise money by approaching colleagues, friends and family to support your run through pledges. All you need to do is ask. Remember you are NOT asking for yourself, but to make a difference to someone who is less privileged.
 
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3.PLEDGE RAISING:
b. What is pledge raising?
Pledge raising is when you ask friends, family and colleagues to support your run by donating money to the good cause you have chosen. Just the way you raised money when you were in school for various causes like aged, blind etc, people supporting you have the option to pledge as much or as little as they want to.
 
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3.PLEDGE RAISING:
c. Why should I run for a cause?
Haven’t you always thought of doing charity and giving back to your city? But somehow, you never had the time or the money to volunteer or donate. Well, here is your chance to give back with very little effort and absolutely no money!

You are registered to run the Airtel Delhi Marathon, which means that you are training long and hard to run 6kms or21kms. All you have to do now is ask your friends and family members to support your training efforts by donating money (be it Rs. 500 or 5,000) to a cause you choose to support.

Don’t worry, you don’t need to go door-to-door begging or make phone calls pleading your friends for money! We will make you a FREE online fundraising page which you can share globally through e-mail, Facebook, twitter, etc.
d. What are the modes of collection I can use to raise pledges?
You can collect pledges using the following ways:
- Receive Cash as pledge amounts from your supporters (family/friends/colleagues). And submit a single cheque for all the cash donations received.
- You can also receive your pledge amounts by cheque/Demand drafts in favour of 'Concern India Foundation'.
- Personalised online page will be available for all individuals looking at raising pledges for a charity/cause.

The annexure in the pledge kit gives step wise instructions for individuals to create their online page.

Please note: it is a good idea to retain a photocopy of the pledge summary sheet before you turn all the pledges to us on or before 31st December 2013, for your reference.
 
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3.PLEDGE RAISING:
e. Can I collect pledges in cash?
Yes, you can. However, when turning in the amount to Concern India Foundation, we request you to issue a cheque in favour of 'Concern India Foundation' for the total cash collected.
 
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3.PLEDGE RAISING:
f. What support will Concern India Foundation give me towards pledge raising?

To facilitate the process of pledge raising for individuals ‘Pledge Kits’ have been put online and can be downloaded free of cost. The kit contains a pledge sheet and a booklet on how to raise pledges, sample letters and e-mailers to send to donors, and more.

The annexure in the pledge kit gives step wise instructions for individuals to create their online page.

Additionally, Concern India Foundation will provide a receipt and tax certificate to each person who contributes to your campaign (applicable to amount equal to or more than Rs. 100).


*There are only 100 Online Donation Pages available for individuals on first-come-first basis.

**Online fundraising page or pledge page on www.concernindiafoundation.org/adhm will be operational from 20th of August 2013.

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3.PLEDGE RAISING:
g. How long before the event should I start raising pledges?
Begin as soon as you start seeing promotions for the event. That way, people you approach will already be aware of the event. Don’t wait till the last minute though. The earlier you begin raising pledges, the less frantic it will be for you towards D-Day.
 
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3.PLEDGE RAISING:
h. Should I set myself a target for the amount of pledges I need to raise?
That would be a good idea. Setting a target for yourself will make you more focused in achieving it. You can share that target with people you approach, and ask them to help bring you closer to achieving it.
 
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3.PLEDGE RAISING:
i. Once a pledge sheet is full, do I stop raising pledges?

Before using your pledge sheet it’s best to make photocopies of the empty pledge sheet so you have more sheets to work with. Or simply download and print more pledge sheets from www.concernindiafoundation.org/adhm. Remember, the more money you raise, you make a difference to more people’s lives.

 

Please note : : it is a good idea to retain a photocopy of the pledge summary sheet before you turn all the pledges to us on or before 31st December, 2013 for your reference. . 
 
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3.PLEDGE RAISING:
j. When is the last date to send in my pledge form?

The last day for sending in pledges is 31st December, 2013. Along with your pledge sheet(s) and the pledge summary sheet, please send the cheque(s) for the total amount you have raised to our address. Kindly ensure that the full address of all donors have been properly entered on the pledge sheet, as the same is required by Income Tax Law with effect from April 1, 2006. It'll not be possible to issue 80G receipts to donors without their address details or PAN numbers.

 

All cheques should be in favour of ‘Concern India Foundation’.


Please note : it is a good idea to retain a photocopy of the pledge summary sheet before you turn all the pledges to us on or before 31st December, 2013, for your reference.
 
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3.PLEDGE RAISING:
k. What happens after I send in all my pledges?

The money is accounted for at Concern India Foundation and then disbursed to the charity of your choice.

 
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3.PLEDGE RAISING:
l. What’s the easiest and best way for me to keep track of my pledges?

Create a personalised online pledge page at www.concernindiafoundation.org/adhm and you can track your pledges online with us and the donor.


For offline payments, using the pledge sheet that came with your kit would be the easiest way to keep track of all the pledges you have raised which can be downloaded from our website www.concernindiafoundation.org/adhm. Remember to update the sheet as soon as you receive a pledge, and make sure you record the full address of all your donors on the pledge sheet, as this is required by Income Tax Law April 1, 2006 onwards.

 
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4. ONLINE PLEDGE RAISING
a. How do I raise pledges online?

If you are a Dream Maker, Dream Challenger, part of Corporate Challenge, your page would have already been created by us. ‘I Pledgers’ have to merely click on the ‘ Register now’ button which follows a simple straight forward process wherein you need to select the charity you wish to support and your appeal to your friends to donate for your cause. You will also be linked directly to the page of your cause. Once your page is created, you can send out the link of your page to your friends and family and they can pledge for you online.

 
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4. ONLINE PLEDGE RAISING
b. What is the process that is to be followed by people who pledge for my run?

Everybody who gets a link from you, the runner, can click on the link and can register on our website and complete the donation on your pledge page via credit card. During registration, we capture data required for reporting purposes, including nationality and address of your donor. Once the transaction is complete both you and the pledger will receive an e-mail from us within 24 hours confirming the donation.

Online Donation facts – refer to annexure 1

 

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5. MONEY RAISED
a. Will I as well as my pledgers get tax exemptions?
All donors are eligible for tax deductions u/s 80G of the Income Tax Act, as long as full addresses are provided. Any contributions you or your pledgers make (other than the fee for running the race) are eligible for this.  All foreign and domestic donations will receive a receipt. INR donations will get 80G certificate. Please note foreign donations received can be onward donated to NGO’s with FCRA registration only.

 

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5. MONEY RAISED
b. How soon after I send in my pledges will I get the receipts?

Receipts for cheques received will be sent out by:
For Corporate Challenge: 31st December, 2013.
For Dream Makers, Dream Challengers and Individual Pledgers: 25th February, 2014
For outstation cheques, receipts will be delayed by at least 15-20 days.

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5. MONEY RAISED
c. How soon after the event will all the information be collated and put up on Concern India Foundation’s website?
The information will be collated and updated on the Concern India Foundation website within four months of receiving all the pledges. We conduct a thorough internal audit of all funds received and hence the time gap.

 

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5. MONEY RAISED
d. When will Concern India Foundation give the money to the charity?

Disbursements for all donations raised from the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2013, will be done before 31st March, 2014.

 

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6. IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER
a. Do all the pledges for the listed charities have to go through Concern India Foundation?
Yes, all pledges for the listed charity have to go through Concern India Foundation.

 

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6. IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER
b. Why am I being charged, even when I run for a charity?
No event is ever without costs. There are operational and logistics expenses involved in organizing the charity component of the marathon, in putting together the various schemes that you are able to pick from, and in providing you the appropriate communication materials and support. The charges being levied are only to recover such costs.

 

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6. IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER
c. If friends and family from abroad want to send a cheque, where should they send to?
For donors from outside India, cheques can be sent to:
Concern India Foundation
A-52, Amar Colony,
Lajpat Nagar Part – IV,
New Delhi – 110024
All cheques should be made favouring Concern India Foundation.

*** Please note foreign donations will get receipts but will not get tax benefits.

We recommend not accepting cheques of amounts smaller than US$100, as banking charges alone exceed 10% of the transaction cost for such cheques.
 
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7. INCENTIVES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE DELHI HALF MARATHON
a. What are the incentives for me to participate in the Delhi Half Marathon 2013?
Dream Challengers
  • Invitation to the pre-event party
  • Invitation to the Pasta Party
  • Invitation to the post event press conference
  • Official event kit
  • Acknowledgement in the event advertorial in Delhi Times
  • Individually personalised and interactive page to raise online support on Concern India Foundation website.
  • Name and quote on the official event website
  • Name on the running number bib
  • Invite to the Invitee viewing gallery on race day
  • Invite to the Invitee Marquee on race day
  • Parking pass for race day
  • Priority line-up at the start of the Great Delhi Run
  • Race day photograph* and certificate


* subject to image been captured on race day by Marathon-Photos.com - Airtel Delhi Half Marathon’s official photographer.

* These incentives will be extended only if Dream Challenger has raised a minimum of Rs 4 lakhs by 20th November, 2013 and submitted the pledges to Concern India Foundation.

Dream Makers
  • Invitation to the Pasta Party
  • Invitation to the post event press conference
  • Official event kit
  • Name and quote on the official event website
  • Individually personalised and interactive page to raise online support on the Concern India website.
  • Name on the running number bib
  • Invite to the Invitee viewing gallery on race day
  • Invite to the Invitee Marquee on race day
  • Parking pass for race day
  • Priority line-up at the start of the Great Delhi Run
  • A set of four charity awards to be won in the category.
  • Processing, reconciliation and acknowledging all pledges/ cheques received, issuing receipts and 80G certificates as may be applicable.

* These incentives will be extended only if Dream Maker has raised a minimum of Rs 1.5 lakhs by 20th November, 2013 and submitted the pledges to Concern India Foundation.

Youth Challengers
  • The team or institute will be featured on the CIF and Procam website
  • Special bibs for the Youth Challengers
  • Individually personalised and interactive page to raise online support on the Concern India website
  • Charity certificates for each of the team members
  • Processing, reconciliation and acknowledging all pledges and cheques received, issuing receipts and 80G certificates as may be applicable
  • Award for the top 3 fundraising colleges or schools.
  • Invitation to the pasta party – top two teams raising highest amount on or before 20th November, 2013
Corporate Challengers
  • Regular newsletters to teams and pre-race day communication
  • Pledge Kits downloadable fromwww.concernindiafoundation.org /adhm
  • Online interactive corporate page, a link of which will be on the Concern India Foundation websitewww.concernindiafoundation.org /adhm to enable internal communication in the team with online fundraising option

  • Team Leaders updates and meetings - event update, pledge raising tips, standardised
    presentations that they can be used to motivate their team members, etc. (on request)

    Separate holding area at the event venue on the race day
  • Letter of thanks to the CEO for supporting Corporate Challenge Teams through the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon
  • Branding at the marquee (standardised for all corporates)
  • Event celebrity visit at the marquee
  • Special running number bibs with the words ‘Corporate Challenge’ written on them
  • Line up as per roll of honour, determined by the quantum of charity that was raised in the previous year for the first five companies
  • An invitation to the heads or CEOs of top 3 corporates who raised the maximum quantum of charity in the previous year, to encourage and motivate their participating team from the events presentation stage on the race day
  • **Special incentive for the Corporate Challenge team raising funds through the CCIPs of an amount of Rs. 75,000 or above by 20th November, 2013, will be entitled to have 2 runner boards showcasing the company name and the logo of the NGO they are supporting on the race route
  • Profiles of the Corporate will be put up on the event website and Concern India Foundation website
 
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8. TIPS TO RAISE PLEDGES
 
Always start with e-mails!
  • Include your page link and say why the cause is important to YOU!
  • Don't forget to specify how much you want to raise and by when.
  • Share with all your foreign friends, they give a lot :)
  • Remember: friends can donate even AFTER the event.
 
Call/SMS to get more donations!
  • Call or text those who you have e-mailed to remind them to donate
  • Ask them to help you spread your page with THEIR friends too!
 

Thank Donors on Facebook!

  • Got donations? Post your page link on Facebook and tag your donors with a personal "Thank You" message!
  • This will encourage others on Facebook to contribute!
 
Tell your story
You probably have strong reasons for why you’ve chosen to run and raise funds for charity and
for supporting a specific cause or charity.. Share some of your passion and motivation with your
friends and family. Tell people why the charity you have chosen is important to you – maybe
talk about your connection with the charity or why you think the work they do is important.
Let them know what training or preparation you’re doing too. Choosing to participate in the
marathon is a challenge in itself, but so is all the hard work that goes into the run up.
 
Ask again and again
You know how it is with e-mails. Sometimes you have good intentions, but are too busy to read them. It may slip your mind and later you think maybe it’s too late. So give people who missed it earlier another opportunity to sponsor you. Don’t be embarrassed to e-mail again!

You can update people on how your training is going, let them know how much you’ve raised, then put a reminder at the bottom of the e-mail about what you’re doing, when, and why. It can be short and sweet and doesn’t have to seem like a nag – ‘3 weeks in and fundraising is going well, I’ve raised Rs. xx so far and only another Rs. xx to go.
 
 
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9. ANNEXURE 1
a. What is “Online Donations”?
Online donations are a quick and easy way to collect money for an NGO or charity of your choice. You provide details of why you’re raising funds for a cause close to your heart and use these details to create an Online Donation webpage. Your friends and family can visit your webpage and donate through a secure online donation form. Concern India Foundation will then transfer the amount you have collected to your chosen charity. Online Donation provides you with a simple and convenient platform to raise money for a good cause.
 
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9. ANNEXURE 1
b. How do I create Online Donation page?
Log onto our website - www.concernindiafoundation.org /adhm . Here, if you are registered with us as part of the Dream Team category or Corporate Challenge, your page would have already been created by us. I Pledge raisers have to merely click on the ‘Start Fundraising’ button which follows a simple straight forward process wherein you need to select the charity you wish to support and your appeal to your friends to donate for your cause. You will also be linked directly to the page of your cause.
 
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9. ANNEXURE 1
c. How do I inform people about my Online Giving Page?
Once you create the page, you will receive a mail from mentioning the link (URL) for your Online Donation page. Email this URL/ link to your family/ friends/ colleagues. They can then go to your page and make a secure online donation.
 
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9. ANNEXURE 1
d. Can I raise funds for more than one charity through Online Donation?
No, however you can raise funds for more than one charity offline.
 
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9. ANNEXURE 1
e. How will I know if someone has made a donation on my Online Donation page?
You will receive a notification mail for every successful donation made on your page. Also, your donor will receive a "Thank you" mail.
 
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9. ANNEXURE 1
f. Will my donors get a receipt for their donation?
Yes, Concern India Foundation will provide an 80G receipt and tax certificate to each person who contributes to your campaign (applicable to amount equal to or more than Rs. 100/-). For donations online, please bear in mind that even if you have chosen a 35 AC project, you will still be issued an 80G receipt. Foreign donors will be given only receipts and no tax exemption certificate will be provided.
 
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9. ANNEXURE 1
g. How long can I receive donations through Online Donation?

Your pledge page will be valid till 31st December, 2013. Once the end date is reached, your page can only be viewed, but it will not be possible to donate on the page.

 
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9. ANNEXURE 1
h. When will the money that I collect on my pledge page be disbursed?
Disbursements for all donations raised from the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2013, will be done before 31st March, 2014.
 
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