Karnataka

Mangaluru: Blood Help Line Karnataka celebrates first anniversary


Pics: Spoorthi Ullal
Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru
Media Release

Mangaluru, Aug 11: Blood Helpline Karnataka (R) on August 6 celebrated its first anniversary at Forum Fiza mall here.

Ustad Abdul Aziz Darimi after invoking almighty’s blessings kick-started the blood donation campaign.

Minister for Food and Public Distribution in Karnataka U T Khader said, “Blood Helpine Karnataka members have shown what youth can accomplish together. This should grow and become nationally famous in ten years."

MLAs B A Mohiuddin and J R Lobo praised the work done by Blood Helpine Karnataka.

Mangalore University’s Prof Pattabhirama Somayaji, president of Muslim Okkuta K Ashraf and others were present.

About the organization

Blood Help Line Karnataka, one of India's largest and most modern blood banks is striving to bring a change in Indian blood banking. About 1000 volunteers donate blood every year and this is on the rise phenomenally. They serve more than 500 patients with about 1000 blood components per annum 'without replacement'. They reach out to people across the country.

Blood Help Line Karnataka has professionals from different arenas with a common objective of 'Sharing life. Saving lives'. People who work for Blood Help Line Karnataka have an unmatched capacity for caring and commitment to saving lives.


Organization's activities

Ensuring continuous, sufficient blood supply to blood banks through blood donation camps and weekly donations
Increasing awareness by organizing street plays, info-talks, competitions
Helping those in dire need by operating an emergency 24x7 helpline
Establishing a network of youth across the country to lead the movement

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