Riyadh: India Fraternity Forum organizes blood donation camp to mark Saudi National Day

Media Release

Riyadh, Sep 26: India Fraternity Forum (IFF) organized a blood donation camp themed 'Celebrate the Spirit of Nation' in conjunction with the celebration of the 90th National Day of Saudi Arabia.

The camp was organized with the cooperation of Prince Muhammad Bin Abdulaziz Hospital Riyadh.

Inaugurating the blood donation camp, Dr Sayeed Ahmed (dean, blood bank, Prince Muhammad Bin Abdulaziz Hospital) said, “Blood donation is a noble cause and praised the readiness of the forum members to donate blood and appreciated the leadership for taking up the social responsibility by organizing the camp.” He also assured the support and cooperation of the hospital for such inspiring programmes.

Meeting the requirements of the blood bank, a large number of generous donors turned out to donate blood which started at 10 A.M in the morning and concluded at 3 P.M in the evening.

Dr Fahad Hakmi conveyed his praise and appreciation to the members of Indian Fraternity Forum for the social commitment to take up the noble cause of blood donation.

Indian Fraternity Forum, Riyadh regional president Basheer Ingapuzha, IFF Karnataka chapter general-secretary Mohammed Naveed, IFF northern chapter president Javed, Siddiq Madikeri blood camp coordinator and other committee members expressed their sincere gratitude to the hospital staff, particularly Dr Fahad Hakmi, Dr Abdul Ahad for the wholehearted support and cooperation they extended in making the camp a great success. Abdul Haq Bengaluru delivered the vote of thanks.



Title : Riyadh: India Fraternity Forum organizes blood donation camp to mark Saudi National Day


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