‘Healthy’ turn out at blood camp

BANGALORE:The Lions Blood Bank saw a healthy turn out at the blood donation camp organised at Government First Grade College, Rajaji Nagar in the city. The Blood Donation camp, supported

Published: 14th February 2012 02:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:55 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE:The Lions Blood Bank saw a healthy turn out at the blood donation camp organised at Government First Grade College, Rajaji Nagar in the city.

The Blood Donation camp, supported by the Lions Blood Bank and JC General Hospital, is conducted every year for the last 23 years. More than 200 camps are conducted every year throughout Karnataka and 160-168 camps are in Bangalore alone.Deep Simal,Organiser, said, “Close to 100 people had registered today and we have already collected 68 unites of blood within hours. The NSS and NCC are also volunteering with the organisers for the event.” The Lions Blood Bank had conducted a camp at Mount Carmel College last week,from where nearly 158 units of blood was collected. The organisers are also looking forward to the valentines special blood donation camp which will be held at  JP Fortune Hotel.  “It is a special day for many and we hope they might find time for some good deed,” said  organisers.

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