Monday, October 18th, 2021

Rotary Life – Saving Express Mega Blood Donation Drive Inaugurated By Alok Kansal, Gm – Western Railway

Mega Blood Donation Drive Inaugurated At Churchgate on 22nd Sept. 2021‘Rotary Life-Saving Express’ Mega Blood Donation Drive Across Major Rly Stations Of CR, WR & Harbour Line Across Mumbai From Sept. 15 To 29, 2021.

2500 Plus Blood Bottles Bags Mega Blood Collection Drive of Rotary Dist. 3141 with Rotary Club Of Bombay Uptown as Host Club

Mumbai, September 22: ‘ROTARY LIFE –SAVING EXPRESS’ Mega Blood Donation Drive was inaugurated by Shri Alok Kansal, General Manager of Western Railway at Churchgate on 22nd September. 2021 along with Rotary District Governor (DG) Rtn Rajendra Agarwal of Rotary District 3141 in the presence of Top Railway Officers, dignitaries and Presidents of various Rotary Clubs along with Rotarians and Rotaractors.

On 22nd September.2021, the Mega Blood Donation Drive took place on important Western Railway stations like Churchgate, Dadar, Bandra, Andheri, Borivali, Vasai Road, Virar etc.

‘Rotary Life-Saving Express’, a mega blood donation drive across all major railway stations of Mumbai has been organized by Rc Bombay Uptown as Lead Host Club along with over 50 other Rotary Clubs of Rotary District 3141 as Co-host Clubs. This 2500+ blood bottles bags Mega Collection Drive would take place during 15th to 29th September 2021 across all major suburban railway stations of Mumbai. The noble project for the humanitarian cause has been supported by the Central Railway and Western Railway along with their Railway Kamgar Sanghs wholeheartedly,

President Rtn Anup Nathani, along with club Medical Director Rtn Sheela Mane & Team Members of Host club Rc Bombay Uptown were confident of achieving their goal. 100s of Rotarians and Rotaractors (From Churchgate to Virar and CSMT to Thane and Belapur), along with DG Rtn Rajendra Agarwal, Avenue Chair for Disease Prevention & Treatment Rtn Bharat Jhunjhunwala and Rtn Kavita Kulkarni & core team themselves were seen motivating commuters of Mumbai Suburban Rail network to come forward to donate as there is an overall shortage of blood in Mumbai. Rtn Usha Sastry was instrumental in coordination with railways.

For More information: www.rotarydist3141.org.in

 

 

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