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Vote for Isha in “Spark the Rise” contest

13 May, 2019
2:21 PM

Support us in winning the “Spark the Rise” grant and help us educate 7500 rural children for a whole year!

Vote for Isha in “Spark the Rise” contest

Thanks to your support and votes, Isha’s Government School Adoption Program (GSAP) has been selected as one of 19 finalists in the Spark the Rise contest which runs from March 11th to 20th, 2013.

We need your support now to win the grand prize grant which will help us educate 7500 rural children for a whole year!


Devarayapuram (TN) Govt High School Students

Help us Empower GenerationNEXT

You can cast your vote in one of three easy ways:

  1. Send a missed call to +912261850495 
  2. Send an SMS to 54646. Key in MHRISE<space>P06869
  3. Cast your vote online

For more information, please visit our Spark the Rise project page.

About the contest

Spark the Rise is a unique contest for change-makers across India, which lets people submit a “Spark” –a Project or Idea that aims to drive positive change – and work to make it a reality! Sparks will be evaluated both by the public and by the Spark the Rise expert Jury, and winners receive grants from Mahindra.

About GSAP

Isha’s Government School Adoption Program (GSAP) works to provide government school-children with a comprehensive, holistic, quality education which includes physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing – allowing each child to bloom to their fullest potential.


28,000 children from 31 schools are currently benefitting from GSAP’s Empower GenerationNEXT project thanks to generous donations, but we need to take this to many more children.

Vote for us in the Spark the Rise contest before March 20th and help us benefit 7500 more children for a year.

Thanks for your vote and don’t forget to spread the word through our Facebook page and Twitter.

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