Rhiti Charitable Foundation

About Us

Rhiti Charitable Foundation was started in the year 2010, with an idea of giving opportunity to young athletes from cities that have limited exposure to sports facilities. Our mission is to provide the best possible opportunities to athletes and help them in showcasing their talent. The foundation identifies support young athletes, provide scholarships and organise tournaments in different states. So far, the tournaments has been organised across various cities, such as Varanasi, Ranchi, Gorakhpur, Noida, Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, Allahabad, Lucknow and Dehradun.

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Cricket Tournaments

Sr. No.

Venue

Date

Venue

1

Varanasi

 14 Oct 2010 Sigra Stadium

2

Gorakhpur

 17 Dec 2010 Railway cricket ground

3

Ranchi

 4 Feb 2011 JSCA International Stadium

4

Noida

 10 May 2011 Noida stadium

5

Varanasi

 30 Jan 2012 Sigra Stadium

6

Dhanbad

 14 Mar 2013 Digwadih Stadium

7

Varanasi

 21 Apr 2013 Sigra Stadium

8

Jamshedpur

 27 Oct 2013 Tata Telco cricket ground
       9

Allahabad

15 Dec 2013 Allahabad University cricket ground

10

Lucknow

 3 Jan 2014 Sahara state

11

Dehradun

26 Feb 2014 SelaQui International school

12

Meerut

22 Mar 2014 Gandhi Bagh Cricket Grounds
Scholarships

The cricket tournament series conceptualized by Rhiti Charitable Foundation encourages talents from grassroots level by providing scholarships. Athletes, who are talented, but need financial backing, for pursuing career in their respective sports are given scholarships.

Date

Tournament

Scholarship

What they do

14 Oct 2010

Varanasi

Mohammed Saif

Represented Indian team in under-19 during World Cup

17 Dec 2010

Gorakhpur

Durgesh Singh

Represented under-19 in Indian Railways

4 Feb 2011

Ranchi

Wilfred Beng

Played for under-22 Jharkhand

10 May 2011

Noida

Prashant Bhati

Under-19 UP probables

26 Feb 2014

Dehradun

Praiyanshu  Khanduri

Himachal U-19 Player

22 Mar 2014

Meerut

Sandeep Tomar

UP under-19 probables

Brand Associations

Corporates have come forward to associate themselves with this cause. The tournament was supported with Pepsi as the title sponsor. Other top brands associated were TVS – which provided a bike to the Man of the Series. Cricket equipment and gear were given by Spartan Sports.

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Other Initiatives

India-Pakistan Series for the Specially-abled

India’s specially-abled cricket team was supported by Rhiti Charitable Foundation for visiting Pakistan for 3 ODIs and 1 T20 in June 2012

Hip Hip Hurray

MS Dhoni and star footballer Baichung Bhutia are the brand ambassadors for ‘Hip Hip Hurray’, a joint initiative of Rhiti Charitable Foundation along with NGOs Magic Bus India Foundation and Gunj Parivar. As a part of the initiative, panchayat-level football tournaments took place at 4423 panchayats in Jharkhand to identify and groom the local sporting talent. The aim was to select 8800 youths from these panchayats and train them in football.

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