This World Aids Day, Mantri SEVA supports Champion in me 5K Run - a fight for a stigma free Bangalore

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On the occasion of the World Aids Day, Mantri SEVA - the social wing of Mantri Developers Pvt ltd, is associating with Red Ribbon Revolution to organize Champion In Me -5th Annual Sports Meet in Bangalore.

Bangalore, Karnataka, India., January 3, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - On the occasion of the World Aids Day, Mantri SEVA - the social wing of Mantri Developers Pvt ltd, is associating with Red Ribbon Revolution to organize Champion In /\/\e -5th Annual Sports Meet in Bangalore. Conceptualized by Red Ribbon Revolution, Champion In Me -5th Annual Sports Meet aims to create awareness about HIV. The event is first of its kind Sports event organized in the country for the HIV positive children to unleash the hidden talents, recognizing the reality to foster healthy child development.
Mantri Developers has also a taken a step forward and have asked their employees to join the Champion In Me 5k Run 2013  which will be conducted in aid for SNEHA CARE HOME, a residential support and care center for children living with HIV/AIDS. Champion in /\/\e – Red Ribbon Revolution 5k Run was first introduced in 2011 with an objective to bring the community together to support the cause, fight the spread of HIV/AIDS and eradicate stigma and discrimination associated with it among children and adults living with HIV/AIDS and bringing them to the mainstream through sports as a medium of transformation.
Speaking about the initiative Mrs. Snehal Mantri, Director Marketing & HR Mantri Developers Pvt ltd said, “| would like to congratulate the Red Ribbon Revolution for creating a platform for these children to showcase their talent. It gives us a sense of contentment, when we associate ourselves with a cause that is focused on creating awareness and presenting an opportunity for not so fortunate children to come ahead and showcase their talent. By associating with such noble initiatives, Mantri SEVA is trying to stand and fight against such causes.”
About Mantri  S.E.V.A.
Mantri S.E.V.A. (Supporting and Encouraging Voluntary Action) was formed in 2011 and has been designed to serve people and work towards addressing social issues and serving the community. Since its inception, SEVA has carried out a number of activities in the realm of Civic & Social Development, Social Aid and Green Initiatives. Activities at Mantri SEVA reiterate Mantri Developers’ pledge to give back to society, create positive change and add value to the communities they operate in.
About Mantri Developers:
Mantri Developers Pvt. Ltd. is a leading developer of world class Homes, IT Parks, Retail Spaces and Educational Institutions. Mr. Sushil Mantri founded Mantri Developers in Bangalore in the year 1999. In just 14 years, the company has built over 24 projects. Today, as part of its diversified portfolio Mantri Developers cumulatively has to its credit over 20 million square feet of constructed area, over 30,000 satisfied residents and 11 million square feet under various stages of construction. Mantri Developers has a track record of delivering 1.4 homes per day since inception. The company plans to focus on the residential sector, retail, hospitality, IT Parks and educational institutions in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune. For more information, log on to
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