`Incredible India’ staff donates blood
Celebrities Kiran Dembla , Reet sahu paint the city red
Over 500 employees donated blood
Incredible India Projects Private Limited under the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activity organised 4th Annual Blood Donation Camp in association with Chiranjeevi blood bank on 23rd August 2013 at Vasavi Towers, opp HDFC BANK, West Marredpally, Secunderabad.
The mega blood donation camp was inaugurated by Kiran dembla – Tollywood celebrity fitness trainer, Indian Six Pack Women & Reet Sahu– Mrs India International winner and CEO of Storm Fashion Company. Tollywood actor, life is beautiful fame Sudhakar komakula also graced the occasion.The employees Incrediable india projects (IIPPL) came in large numbers to support this noble initiative of blood donation, Over 500 employees donated blood.
“Every year the country requires about 4 Crore units of blood, out of which only 40 Lakh units are being currently made available. There is no substitute for human blood and there is a need for 38,000 blood donations every day” Kiran dembla , Reet sahu, said. Human blood is a scarce resource and everyday it is becoming increasingly critical requirement owing to various casualties, a single donation can save lives of as many as three people. Were glad, IIPPL conducting blood donation camp such as CSR activity’’ they added.
“The company felt the need to make people aware of the situation of shortage of blood supply faced today in the country and has extended its effort to an initiative that will benefit thousands of people. The blood donation camp reiterates the company’s continued commitment towards betterment of society, Mr Praveen Kumar Nedungadi , CEO & Director , V.T Vijay kumar , Director of IIPPL said.
Company completes its 6 years of inception & to celebrate the same in a noble manner we are conducted annual blood donation camp & on the 28th approximately 300-500 Members of the Incredible India Team will be gathering at the People’s Plaza, Necklace Road to show our empathy towards the natural disaster that happened in Uttrakhand. We will be handing over a cheque of Rs 3,25,000/- towards the Uttrakhand Relief Fund, they added on the occasion.