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GoDaddy Runs in Support of Underprivileged Children

The Delhi running community witnessed the 9th edition of the world famous Airtel Delhi Half Marathon today. As part of GoDaddy Cares, GoDaddy’s philanthropic arm, the GoDaddy India team participated in the ADHM in support of “Save The Children India” NGO empaneled with India Cares Foundation.

GoDaddy pledged its support to help prevent discrimination against underprivileged children and help them towards healthy and fulfilling lives. The GoDaddy India team looks forward to continuing to participate in initiatives in the future creating more memories for these children.  GoDaddy has participated and supported underprivileged children and orphanages in the NCR area and this initiative underscores its commitment of giving back to the community.

Nikhil Arora, Managing Director and Vice President, GoDaddy India and an avid marathon runner and fund raiser commented, “There is a need to elevate the social environment in the country. Every child should have the right to a healthy, happy and fulfilling life. GoDaddy takes corporate social responsibility seriously and we will continue to give back to India, as demonstrated by our support of “Save the Children”.

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