Care for Humanity Trust and Kashmir Concern NGO Unite for volunteers Blood Donors Felicitation Ceremony

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Srinagar 26 December: Care for Humanity Trust, in collaboration with Kashmir Concern NGO, orchestrated a momentous Blood Donors Felicitation Ceremony at Lal Ded Hospital, Srinagar. The event aimed to acknowledge and honor the selfless contribution of blood donors, exemplifying the spirit of humanitarianism.
Aafaq, a commendable blood donor and District president of care of humanity trust was celebrated for his exceptional dedication, having generously donated his 68th blood point. The ceremony marked not only an individual achievement but also symbolized the collective effort to save lives through voluntary blood donation.
Speaking at the event, Chairman of Care for Humanity Trust, Mr Qaiser Shaban, emphasized the importance of community engagement in promoting healthcare initiatives. “Our collective responsibility towards humanity is paramount, and voluntary blood donation is a noble act that reflects the spirit of compassion,” he remarked.
Dr. Towseef Bhat, Chairman of Kashmir Concern, echoed this sentiment, stating, “The collaboration between Care for Humanity Trust and Kashmir Concern underscores our commitment to addressing vital health issues in the region. Blood donation is a crucial aspect of healthcare, and we applaud the donors for their altruism.”
Prominent social worker and Vice President of Kashmir Concern, Syed Aijaz Kashani along with Renowned environmental activist Amjid Rezvi, shared their insights on the pivotal role of civic participation in community well-being.The event also witnessed the presence of Mr  advocate Junaid Saadat chairman white Globe NGO, Miss Mahjabin, Chairman of Care Foundation, and core members of Care for Humanity trust,Blood man of Kashmir Mr shabir Hussain and Blood Women of Kashmir Miss bilkis Ara also graced the occasion. G.A. Mir, Chief Spokesperson of Care for Humanity, highlighted the organization’s ongoing efforts to make a positive impact on the lives of those in need.

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