MENU X
The Jaipur Group keen on saving lives with their blood

Aashayein-The Life Saviors


Aashayein-The Life Saviors

Some incidents in life can change the entire life of an individual. In one such incident, the student of JECRC could not find even a single unit of blood for their friend who was in a critical need. The extreme difficulty faced by some of the students of the institutions later encouraged them to form a large student group of blood donors.

The group has not only ben donating the blood but also providing the critical platelets like SDP (Single Donor Platelets). Comprising of 1000+ members this group has an apt name: Aashayein-The Life Saviors" The group started donating the blood from October 2013.

It was during the donation process that they came to know about the extreme difficulty for finding the SDP donors. So they started preparing the database of such members who can donate the SDP anytime, during the year 2015 the group has donated 1751 unit blood and 248 units SDP while in the current year around 162 unit SDP has been donated. Every year the students stage a blood donation camp. Right from the formation till now the groups has donated as much as 3500 unit blood

The club has as many as 400+ SDP donors. Their Helpline number is 8553331761

 


You May Also Like

Lalit Kala Academy of Jaipur is all set to initiate its exhibition van that will display the art of Jaipur and promote the artists of the pink city.

Monsoon seasons brings the joy of living in a pleasant weather, dancing in the rain, eating crispy pakoras with hot tea but at the same time it also brings along illnesses, which is why it is often referred as the ‘Doctors’ Season’.

Jaipur's erstwhile Prince Ajai Singh married Jodhpur Princess Ambika Kumari. Their grand wedding reception was hosted by Rajmata Padmini Devi of Jaipur at City Palace.

Along with the raising temperatures, humidity is also increasing these days. Exercising in such weather conditions actually asks for a lot of caution and care so as to ensure that you do not fall ill.

The eagerly awaited Rajasthan Foundation Day began on Sunday with several mesmerizing performances by Jawans, Folk SIngers and Camels.