IPL 7: Mumbai Indians Dedicate First Home Match to 'Education For All' Initiative

Mumbai Indians' initiative 'Education For All' has invited over 18,000 underprivileged children from various NGOs at Wankhede Stadium for the Rohit Sharma-led team's first home match on Saturday. Mumbai will play Kings XI Punjab.

updated: May 02, 2014 18:22 IST
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Mumbai: In their fifth year now, Mumbai Indians' social initiative 'Education For All' is set to take a leap forward when over 18,000 underprivileged children from various NGOs will flock the historic Wankhede Stadium for the Mumbai outfit's first home match here on Saturday. (Click here for latest on Indian Premier League)

Mumbai Indians had flown nine underprivileged children to Dubai during the Indian Premier League's UAE leg as part of the first step for this season's initiative. The children had the opportunity to meet and interact with their stars in the team and watch them in action at Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

An initiative led by Mumbai Indians' owner Nita Ambani, the franchise is one of the first teams to recognise the potential of using its global fan base to enhance awareness about a compelling social issue and has found support amongst its fans and sponsors for the cause.

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