Contribute ‘Your Kilometer’ and help a girl child

As a run up to the 'Joy of giving week' three bikers will ride across ten borders. Here's how you can be part of the 'giving'

The Joy of Giving Week (JGW) is India’s largest "festival of giving"! Launched in 2009, the festival is celebrated every year, in the week including Gandhi Jayanti, i.e., October 2, and brings together Indians from all walks of life, to celebrate "giving"

The first event from JGW – Bangalore will be ‘The Road’ event. ( A Royal Enfield Ride has been organised where three French bikers and one Indian biker will ride on their bullets from Bangalore to Paris. Purpose of the ride – JGW Awareness and fund raising for NGO – Baale Mane.

The ride will be flagged off from Baale Mane, Gopalapura, Bangalore on the 26th of July, 2011 and will end close to the first week of October at the the joy of giving week, the ride will clock 15,000 kms and go across ten borders.

The event will be flagged off by a public figure with a press release. The in city marathon engaging the Royal Enfield fans in the city will begin at BEL circle up to Baale Mane, Gopalapura. Contribute ‘Your Kilometer’ for ‘The Road’ Event

TheRoad – July 2011

  • Contribute ‘Your Km/Kms’
  • Support the adventurous journey of the riders.
  • Donation for the underprivileged children towards the festival of giving
  • Contribute ‘Your Km’ and brand the kilometer after your name.
  • Continuous branding with contributor names along the way – regular updates on social
  • networking sites
  • For Contributors of Rs. 50,000/- and above, the Individual’s/Co.’s name will be added on the Banner for the flag off event along with a Report and Photo Coverage of the road trip

Contribution Details

  • Rs. 1, 000/- for every 1Kilometer
  • Rs. 4,000/-for 5 Kms.
  • Rs. 14,000/- for 20Kms.
  • Rs. 30,000/- for 50Kms.
  • Rs. 50,000/- for 100 Kms

About the JGW

From auto drivers to CEOs, school children to celebrities, homemakers to opinion leaders, millions of people give their time, money, resources or skills back to society- by creating or participating in "events" of their choice. A giving event could be as simple as a family taking out the maid’s children for an ice-cream party, or as large as the Design For Change Contest that had 200,000+ school children across India participating and volunteering to make a difference.

Events are organised by individuals, social groups, schools, colleges, NGOs, corporates, media houses and others. 1 million+ people participated in thousands of events across 70+ cities in JGW2010, raising over Rs20 crores in money and resources donated, and millions of volunteer hours.

Payment Details

Payments can be sent by cheque payable to ‘Baale Mane Trust’ and mailed to C1103 Sterling Terraces, 100 ft ring rd, 5th block, BSK 3rd Stage Bangalore 560085 or transfer to the account mentioned below and send a mail to

Account:- Bale mane Trust, Bank A/c no.66017536497.

Address- State Bank of India.. Gokul Branch, 361/1089,1st stage,2nd phase, HMT main road, Bangalore GOKUL 560027. IFS Code SBIN0060338

For more details call  9845030095.

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