Saving three lives with a unit of blood

BANGALORE: Mantri Square mall organised the blood donation camp in collaboration with IT Corridor Rotary Club, Bangalore and Fortis Medical Centre at the mall premises. Organised with th

Published: 20th February 2012 10:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:59 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Mantri Square mall organised the blood donation camp in collaboration with IT Corridor Rotary Club, Bangalore and Fortis Medical Centre at the mall premises.

Organised with the key message that ‘one Unit of blood can save three lives’ the blood donation camp was open to all interested in saving a life. The camp saw an enthusiastic participation from donors who contributed over 55 units of blood which would save 100 lives.

Speaking at the event, Neil Antunis, mall manager Mantri Square said, “Apart from giving our consumers opportunities to shop, eat and celebrate, we also ensure that our premises become a constant forum for

social causes.”

He added, “The blood donation camp is our way to drive the customers to do their bit for the society. We are thankful to all those who have come forward and donated blood to help

save lives.”

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