Mukul Madhav Foundation facilitates special children ward in Kolhapur

New center equipped with modern facilities inaugurated in the presence of Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis

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KOLHAPUR: In a bid to provide modern health care facilities Finolex Industries Ltd. along with its CSR arm Mukul Madhav Foundation today announced the opening of additional facility at Sawali Care Center, Kolhapur, which includes the Special Children’s Ward.

The 20-bedded ward equipped with special needs was inaugurated in the presence of
Devendra Fadnavis – Chief Minister of Maharashtra.

The construction of the  ward has been completed which can cater to 20 children with special needs from the areas of Kolhapur, Satara, Sangli, Belgaum and Konkan region. Foundation also brought in Hinduja Foundation on board which donated Rs. 10 lakh towards building a Physiotherapy Center at Sawali Care Center encouraging this cause.

The centre, located in Kolhapur is a specialized healthcare centre that caters to old, handicapped and mentally challenged people who lack basic healthcare at home.

Established in 2004, Sawali Care Centre has been designed as a holistic unit with centralised amenities ranging from nursing to doctor consultation to proper meals and recreational activities for its residents.

Ritu Chhabria, Director- Finolex Industries Ltd. and Managing Trustee- Mukul Madhav Foundation said, “We hope our small contribution will help children to get best facilities and a healing environment.”

Sanjay Math, Managing Director- Finolex Industries Ltd. said, “We along with our CSR partner Mukul Madhav Foundation are proud to be associated with this initiative, which aims towards giving back to the society at large.”

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