TABcab celebrates India Tourism Day with underprivileged children suffering from cancer

TABcab celebrates India Tourism Day with underprivileged children suffering from cancer

 Organises a sightseeing trip in association with St. Jude ChildCare Centres

·         Over 15 underprivileged children suffering from cancer visiting various landmarksacross city


On the occasion of India Tourism Day on January 25, TABcab, Mumbai’s leading phone fleet taxi, organised a sightseeing and fun trip for more than 15 underprivileged children suffering from cancer in association with St. Jude ChildCare Centres. The trip was aimed to gift a fun and joyous ride across the various landmarks of Mumbai

TABcab’scity trip for the NGO children commenced from Mount Mary Church at Bandra and covered places such as Nehru Planetarium (Worli), Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Hanging Gardens (Malabar Hill),and ended at the Gateway of India (Apollo Bunder). The NGO children also attended a one hour show at Nehru Planetarium as part of the tour.


Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Prasenjeet Bagchi, CMO, TABcab, said, “We at TABcab aim to actively contribute to the social and economic development of the communities in which we operate. This is a very noble gesture which provided an opportunity to the children suffering from cancer to learn about thevarious landmarks of the city through the extremely cosy and comfortable TABcabs. It was aimed at educating and at the same time entertaining these children, thereby integrating them with the mainstream society. This initiative reflects our commitment to set the highest standards in social responsibility.”

“We are thankful to TABcab for providing our children with an opportunity to learn about the landmarks of the city through the comfortable and cosy TABcabs. This event hasput a smile on the children’s faces; they thoroughly enjoyed the experience and the gifts showered on them by TABcab,” said Bhavisha, General Manager, Development Projects from St. JudeChildCare Centres.

The tour for thechildren started at 9am from Mount Mary Church, Bandra and ended at 2pm at Gateway of India, Apollo Bunder. TABcab also distributed school bags to the children at the end of the event.

TABcab partnered withSt. Jude ChildCare Centres for this activity to provide the cancer-inflicted children an enjoyable educational trip about the city through the cosy confines of its cabs.

About TABcab:

TABcab is a venture by the SMS Taxi Cabs Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of SMS Infrastructure Ltd., a large infrastructure group based out of Nagpur. TAB CAB PVT LTD., now Mumbai’s leading phone-fleet operator in Mumbai, was launched in Mumbai in February 2012. 

The company had been awarded licenses for a total of 4,000 phone fleet taxis by Government of Maharashtra through a first time tender for phone fleet taxis. They have 1600 cabs operating in Mumbai. They are currently the leading company in Mumbai in providing Cab services. The car ranges from Toyota Etios & SX4, first of its kind for a phone-fleet operator. 

TAB Cab has deployed the most updated technology platform that will greatly reduce the booking v/s delivery turnaround time for customers. It will also minimize the response time for customer calls.

Currently, TAB Cab services are available in Mumbai, neighbouring Thane and Raigad districts, i.e. MMRTA Region with expansion to other Indian cities and overseas. Customers can dial 63636363 to hire a Tab Cab.


About St. Jude ChildCare Centres:

St. Judes, with its centres across the city, provides free of cost housing for cancer-inflicted children and their parents, along with free nutritional support, transportation services to take these children to the hospital, counselling services as well as activities such as ‘art-based therapy’ to keep them engaged and motivated during their time away from the hospital. It aims to create a “home away from home” for these children, by providing them with the physical and emotional necessities that will give them a better chance of beating cancer. In March 2012, St. Jude extended to Kolkata and opened its first centre there. It plans to open centres in other cities alongside hospitals which provide quality treatment.