Wockhardt Foundation Successfully Concludes a Blood Donation drive on World Blood Donor Day


Ties up with BSES MG Hospital of the Brahma Kumaris’ for this initiative, Initiative to provide free blood to people below poverty line

IndiaCSR News Network

MUMBAI: In observance of the upcoming World Blood Donor Day on June 14, Wochardt Foundation in association with BSES MG Hospital of the Brahma Kumaris’ organized a blood donation camp at Wockhardt Towers today. Through this joint initiative, 30% of the donated blood will be made available free of cost to people below poverty line.

Wockhardt Foundation Logo

Dr. HUZ (Dr. Huzaifa Khorakiwala), Trustee and CEO, Wockhardt Foundation said, “Underprivileged people cannot afford blood for transfusion in emergency cases. I came across several cases where such people suffered and died because of lack of financial assistance.

This World Blood Donor Day, Wockhardt Foundation engaged all employees of the Wockhardt group to donate their blood towards this noble cause. We thank the BSES MG Hospital for helping us achieve this kind act.”

Through this joint initiative, Wockhardt Foundation and BSES MG Hospital will be making the blood available to children suffering from thalassemia, cancer patients, surgeries, accident cases and other medical emergencies.

Dr. Huz with the Blood Donor at Wockhardt Towers


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