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USCT Cares 2.0
of Rs.10,00,000
74 supporters
  • UA

    Created by

    USCT Alumni Association
  • UH

    This fundraiser will benefit

    University Health Centre GGSIP University and for capacity building in Charitable Hospitals around Delhi NCR

    from New Delhi, Delhi

Over the last 21 years, our USCT Fraternity has grown bigger & stronger and has always stood together. It is heartening to find our alumni all over the world- be it Fortune 500 companies, Maharatna & Navratna PSUs, research institutions, or their entrepreneurial ventures.

Time and again in moments of crisis we have contributed generously to uplift society. In partnership with Milaan, we were able to support girl scholars in rural India last year. This year too, we seek your support to address an urgent SOS call from our university.

The unprecedented humanitarian crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic has spared no one. Our communication channels are inundated with requests for hospital beds, oxygen cylinders and concentrators, and convalescent plasma for students, faculty members, alumni, and support staff. We are seeking your support to augment the medical resources available on the university campus and charitable hospitals across Delhi-NCR.

“USCT Cares 2.0” is a fundraiser for COVID relief in collaboration with the USCT Alumni Association and the Durga Ma Charitable Society. Together with the Durga Ma Charitable Society, USCT Alumni Association is procuring medical equipment and supplies, including hospital beds,  and oxygen concentrators, and cylinders, and renting them to the University Health Centre on a pro bono basis. These resources will be available for current students, employees, and alumni of the university.

Once the healthcare system in Delhi is no longer strained, the medical equipment and supplies procured will be donated to charitable hospitals.
Additionally, if you can provide us with medical equipment and supplies, please get in touch with our team.

We earnestly request you to contribute generously. We are all in this together, and with your support, we can make a difference in the fight to save lives.

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For more information, and in case of any emergency medical support required, please contact one of the campaign managers from USCT Alumni Association:
Vineet Bakshi (+91 98185 27328)
Suparna Chopra (+91 98100 64126)
Manu Kadyan (+91 98717 87097)
Anchal Gautam (+91 9810194189)
Vineet Kr. Thakur (+91 96546 81734)

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