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’Jeevandan’ in itself means ‘The Boon of Life’. The aim of this project was to carry out a blood donation drive aimed at targeting shortages in blood banks while also spreading general awareness about blood donations. It was our first event of the year and was carried out on ‘World Doctor’s Day’ which is observed on the 1st of July. The project was carried held at Churchgate station, where a team of doctors from Nair hospital was present to help us carry out this blood donation drive seamlessly. To ensure maximum participation and smooth execution of the camp, we provided volunteers for the camp and also provided digital coverage by extensive marketing on our official handle at regular intervals. This project was carried out in collaboration with the Rotaract Club of KC college. The day was split into three different slots where volunteers from both RMNP & RCKC ensured that the camp was never left unattended. Consequently, the camp was closed at 86 successful blood donations and each donor was provided with a certificate as a token of appreciation. We can proudly say that we played a part in saving approximately 258 lives. The positive feedback from the donors was an indication that people thoroughly enjoyed the donation drive. In fact, we were requested by donors to hold such camps frequently in the near future to help society in every way possible.

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