Mega Marathon to attract 1500 kids run for the cause
Backed by its core philosophy of energizing and enhancing well-groomed childhood, Little Millennium is conducting its first ever Kids Marathon in Vadodara on December 21, 2019 at Vadodara Cricket Academy for kids between 2-10 years.
It’s a short distance run by preschool children to support the cause against child abuse and promote healthy development of children.
The organisers are expecting around 1500 kids and their parents to join the cause in the city. It is estimated that almost 60,000 children and parents have joined this cause, across India.
The run will be of 200, 300, 400 and 500 meters for the kids from 2 to 10 years. After Baroda similar runs will be going to organise in cities like Pune, Jammu and Lucknow in the month of December and January 2020.
Speaking on the occasion Sajid Ali, Vice President from West Zone, Little Millennium Education Pvt. Ltd. remarked said, “We are delighted to commence Little Millennium Kids Marathon in Vadodara for the first time. Our rich legacy of having nurtured 1,30,000 children across 750 preschool centers in 150 cities has made us realize that besides educating and grooming children we also have a responsibility of creating an environment which is safe and secure for all children and promotes healthy development.”
He added saying “Little Millennium follows a zero tolerance policy against child abuse and the key objective of this marathon is to spread awareness in support of this cause amongst the general public. Little
Millennium Kids Marathon extends the spirit of sports and physical education by providing young children a platform to run and express themselves freely while using the platform to highlight the importance of an environment that is safe from child abuse”.
About the expansion plans for Little Millennium in Western India, Sajid Ali said, “We have presence across Gujarat in different areas like Vadodara, Saurashtra, Ahmedabad, Surat, Anand, Nadiad have 70 preschools operational, nurturing over 6000 children. We have plans to start 150 more centres in Gujarat over next 2 years.”