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Circle of Hope is a brainchild of Manhar Manchanda, a cricket enthusiast himself. Being a sportsman at heart, he is devoted to empowering underprivileged kids with the right foundation and training in the field of cricket. Sports such as cricket is not just an activity; its higher education, a means to promote health and also leads to overall development. With our initiative, we want to create a substantial pipeline that allows funds allocation in the form of donations for the young blood of the nation. The academy is in Sultanpur and Rohtak region. We wish to extend our services for the children who attend school and fulfill their academic purposes and our operational circle is within 4-10 kilometers of Sultanpur and Rohtak.

We see cricket as a sport that is driven by undying passion, and not just a luxury that only a few can afford.

Circle of Hope is an NGO that is dedicated to providing a strong footstool and furnish the needs of the deprived children who don’t get the opportunity to play cricket professionally and endure a career in the field of the sport by raising funds.

Making Ends Meet

We make a living by what we get,
But we make a life by what we give.
Winston Churchill

We concede that any sport requires commitment, zeal, and undying devotion and momentary factors like insufficient funds and resources, and lack of information needs to take a back seat. Sportsmanship is the fundamental deciding factor and must prevail for all. The founder himself would visit the training centers and gauge the performance of the children.