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Help us give Free Health Checkup & Medicines to Sick-Poors of Varanasi

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Every other day a number of sick and poor people die roadside in the want of urgent medical care! Help our Foundation RRFSAR in extending free Healthcare and Medical-aid to the needy, poor and sick people of Varanasi.



Our Belief: 'Human Life is precious' and 'Healthcare is the most essential amenity'. Watching people suffer with chronic disease, physical pain or emotional distress is so disheartening ! Any physical, mental, emotional or social malfunction is terrible and traumatic. Even the persons from the bottom-most rungs of society, from far-flung areas, have Right to Life and Right to Dignified Living ! It is also a matter of Human Rights to help secure every individual a healthy lifestyle and healthy environment.

About us: We are a registered NGO based in Varanasi working for the betterment of the disadvantaged classes of society on various fronts including Education, Healthcare, Youth Affairs, Sports, etc. We are specialized in undertaking such social impact generating projects. Our pan-India team consists of highly motivated and qualified social workers as well as volunteers, working actively, together in a mission mode. 

Our Cause: Varanasi, though regarded as a 'living city of historical importance', yet so many people die here in ignorance of disease or in the want of money to afford suitable healthcare. People keep suffering and dying, as they are unable to arrange for adequate funds in order to afford timely medical treatment for themselves or their family members, relatives or friends.



And, Varanasi is no different. Roadside poors, street dwellers, distressed women, elderly and children along with the beggars of Varanasi seriously need much medical support. These distressed classes, marginalized by too many physical and social handicaps, require your urgent help !



Solicitation: "Prevention is better than Cure." - Even, an early intervention in form of a Free Medical Camp and Free Health check-up can save them from much suffering. Hence, we as the active volunteers of a responsible Social Action organization (NPO) seek your kind support in organizing Free Medical Camps for Health Checkup of sick and poor people of Varanasi. We shall be organizing these camps over multiple locations in and around Varanasi district, by inviting some well-known Medical-practitioners and Pharmaceutical Companies to work closely with us, either on honorary or on paid basis, as the case may be. Also we would be ensuring the free distribution of prescribed medicines and various medical-aids to such needy or sick people diagnosed.

Past Project: Earlier also, we have organised a Free Health Camp in Lalganj, Azamgarh area during April, 2017 which helped around 1800+ students and their guardians in that area. (Ref: www.gdmyes.org.in)

Therefore, we request you to join hands with us for a wider and greater impact this time. Please help us raising the required amount for successful completion of this project, by this year end ! 

We shall be arranging for doctors, diagnostic tests, possibly be purchasing new life-saving equipment/ drugs, medicines and peripheral aids for the patients, from the thus collected amount.

Your little help can be a big support in saving somebody's life.... Let us not wait for any life crisis, rather be proactive in saving some !

You can visit us for more details and regular updates on our website: www.givetoget.org.in
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Rs.751 raised

Goal: Rs.583,000

Beneficiary: Raghu Rishi Fou... info_outline
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GK
G donated Rs.251
A
A donated Rs.500