Mumbai, November 30, 2015: Mumbai is gearing up for its 4th edition of India’s biggest women’s run the SBI Pinkathon -Empowering Indian Women powered by Women Horlicks. Pinkathon has always received a huge response from the city. As a pre cursor to the main event, Pinkathon hosted the training for visually impaired girls this weeked.
In the 4th edition of SBI Pinkathon Mumbai, a team of visually impaired girls would be participating in 5KM run. To prepare them for the main day, unique training sessions was conducted at Scout Hall Shivaji Park, Dadar. In this run session a sighted runner volunteer ran alongside with every visually impaired participant. This activity not only boosted the confidence of visually impaired girls but it was an act of pillar of support for them.
Pinkathon is India Biggest Women’s run created with the specific purpose of getting more women to adopt a fitter lifestyle for themselves and their families and to highlight the need for increased awareness about breast cancer. In the last year Pinkathon was held across 6 cities with over 50000 women participating. Pinkathon has donated more than Rs. 45 Lacs so far towards treatment of underprivileged women with cancer and has facilitated, through various partners, free breast screenings for thousands of women.
The SBI Pinkathon powered by Women Horlicks in Mumbai is scheduled to be held on December, 13 2015 at BKC ground. Registrations can be done at www.pinkathon.in