Kuwait: Blood donation camp held by TKK

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Kuwait, Jun 5: Tulu Koota Kuwait (TKK), the prominent association, here, on Friday May 28 organized a blood donation camp at Kuwait Central Blood Bank, Jabriya, here.

TKK is actively participating in various welfare activities in India and Kuwait. Blood donation camp is one among them, with an attempt to pay back to society under the banner, 'Give Blood, Save Life'.

During the crucial time of the current covid pandemic, when various hospitals in Kuwait needed blood, Tulu Koota Kuwait made a courageous choice to serve society through its unique way of charity by conducting Blood Donation Drive - 2021. The blood donation drive from the Tulu Koota association will help significantly patients in need of blood.

The president of Tulu Koota Kuwait, Sanath Shetty, symbolically inaugurated the noble task of blood donation, followed by the management and the committee members by donating blood. People of different ages participated in this noble task and donated their gift of life. Among the 150 voluntarily registered blood donors, 125 donors successfully donated blood with active participation. TKK volunteers and committee members coordinated the task with enthusiasm and dedication.

Tulu Koota Kuwait honoured all the blood donors with a certificate as a token of appreciation for their contribution. Badr Al Samaa Clinic Kuwait sponsored a gift bag with a sanitizer, fruit and fruit juice for all the blood donors. Al Mulla Exchange, another sponsor of the event, gifted a key chain to the donors, and the welfare officer arranged goodie bags with a cap, stress ball, and mug for distribution to the donors. The donors appreciated the efforts of Tulu Koota Kuwait for this noble task.

The programme was well coordinated by the dynamic and energetic welfare officer Vijay Wilson. TKK advisors, former presidents, management and all committee members of TKK were present throughout the camp and contributed in various ways to the success of the event.

President Sanath Shetty thanked the medical staff and officials of the Kuwait Central Blood Bank, Jabriya, for their kind cooperation to conduct the blood donation camp smoothly with strict adherence to the Covid-19 guidelines. The president also thanked Badr Al Samaa Clinic Kuwait for sponsoring T-Shirts with the TKK logo to all the committee members, Al Mulla Exchange for the gifts, Sachidanand Suvarna, for the timely preparation of certificates and banners and Sangeetha Restaurant for arranging the refreshment. The organizers appreciated the contributions of Reshma Noronha and Anitha Bhandary.

This blood donation camp was conducted in cooperation with the Embassy of India, Kuwait marking the 75th year of Indian independence and 60th year of India - Kuwait diplomatic relationship.

Al Mulla Exchange Kuwait, Badr Al Samaa Clinic, Al Ahleia Insurance Co SAKP, KHAIN Properties Udupi and TVS Group were the event sponsors of this blood donation camp.


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    Sun, Jun 06 2021

    Great job by Tulukoota Kuwait under the Presidentship of Mr.Sanath Shetty and his team. During the pendamic time, its really great that Tulukoota members came forward to donate blood. Saving ones life through the donated blood is a great Bleessing to Tulukoota Kuwait. Nice arrangement by volunteers of Tulukoota. Long live Tulukoota Kuwait Best wishes from: URBAN, JANET - SHIRVA- KUWAIT

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