Student of Hindustan College of Arts and Science
Global Ambassador of the Born To Win Research Foundation Trust (www.b2wfoundation.org).
Jai has been invited by Milind Soman, Ultra man, model, actor, and co-founder of Pinkathon, to run as part of the ‘Last Long Run 2021 by Milind Soman (December 30th and 31st 2021) from Lathi to Sam in Rajasthan, covering a stretch of about 110 km in 2 days. This run is to spread awareness on good health.
All for a noble cause to spread awareness on good health, fitness enthusiasts from all over India assemble at Jaisalmer. Around 8 runners from Mumbai, Chennai, Pune, Bangalore are participating in this run, and Jai Aswani is the only enthusiast from Chennai.
This Chennai lad, who is the youngest to join the run, is all set and geared up to spread the spirit of good health. He has been sponsored by the Bharatiya Sindhi Welfare Association and supported by Prem Prakash Ashram, Hindustan College of Arts and Science and Kapture.
Jai is a 19-year-old running enthusiast who hails from Chennai and has been running with a theme to spread Awareness on Good Health, and he believes “Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have.”
A passionate long-distance runner, cyclist, and swimmer Jai is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the Hindustan College of Arts & Science. Jai has been instrumental in bringing together people from different walks of life who unite to create a lasting change worldwide.
Jai has multiple accolades. He has been the Face of Tamilnadu Marathon 2017, the Pinkathon Ambassador – completed the spirit of Pinkathon in 2018, and a Param Awardee at Rajkot. His most memorable achievement has been that he was conferred with a “Crest” from Indian Coast Gaurd for his various contributions to society.
Youngest to receive appreciation & Recognised by Round Table India 2021
About Born To Win
A Social Enterprise that strives to eradicate social challenges.
Our current campaigns are Say No To Crackers, He4She, Rise4Rice and Say No To Plastics and currently Mission 100 tons to Feed The Needy.
Our first initiative, “Say No To Crackers” – 2012, a door-to-door initiative to raise awareness about the hazards of burning crackers, was a huge success and resulted in over 3000 children pledging their support to promote the ‘Say No To Crackers’ campaign.
The second campaign, “Rise4Rice,” was created to collect and distribute ‘5 Tons of Rice’ to orphanages and old-age homes, which was achieved within two months. The effort was greatly appreciated by The Hon’ble Health Minister of Tamil Nadu.
The third social cause, “He4She” aims at spreading awareness about women’s health and wellness. We supported this cause by running a marathon with a visually challenged girl and, in the process, raised INR 3 lakhs.
Our latest initiative, “carry your own cloth bag” aims to obliterate plastic bags in the state, along with other organization members, has already distributed 1 lakh cloth bags for free in the city to the local vendors to eradicate plastic bags in our state.
Feed The Needy
Date of Start: 29th March 2020 and still continuing..
Identified Needy groups
Old age homes, orphanages, homeless, Daily Wagers, Health Worriors, maigrant workers,Pet shelters.
Mode of collection
Well wishers, placed provision box in various appartments, joined hands with multiple organisations to distribute.
Products being collected
Dry provisions, Essential commodities ,Pet food.