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Visit To Beggar Home at Chembur

Bombay City Red Cross had received an appeal from the superintendent of the male unit of the Beggars home at Chembur for a financial donation to purchase medicines, as the institution is currently facing a critical shortage of financial resources.

Red Cross Day

World Red Cross Day is observed on 8th of May every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of the founder of the Red Cross, Mr Jean Henry Dunant. This year, Indian Red Cross Society, Bombay Branch is organising a free health check-up camp in several parts of Mumbai.

Uttarakhand Disaster Management Activities

There was a clouclburst in Uttarakhand on 16-17 June 2013 which affected 12 of their 13 districts.

Toilet Blocks Project at a Tribal Village

Balwantrai Mehta PachayatrajJagruti Kendra - The Rural Development Section of Kushtarog Niwaran Samiti, Shantivan, is involved in various development

Mumbai City Bomb Blast

Bomb Blasts on the city's suburban train On July 11th, 2006, the busy metropolis of Mumbai experienced serial Bomb Blasts targeting the city's suburban train system. The bombs exploded during the peak hours of 6.00 to 6.30 p.m. A few minutes after the bomb blasts Mrs. Homai N. Modi received a call from Mantralaya for help.

Blood Bank

Bombay unit of the Indian Red Cross Society is a unique humanitarian organization that has played a pivotal role in providing blood transfusion services to this metropolis. lt was the first Non Government Organization, to start a voluntary blood bank in the city. The Blood Center was established in 1997 and today it is one of the leading blood centers in the city adhering to ethics and values and is professionally managed.

Other Projects

On the health care front, physically challenged patient Lata More was assisted by BCRC whom we Paid Rs. 5,000/- to Walking Aids Manufacturing Company fora tricycle . Likewise and artificial limb costing Rs. 15,000/- was provided to patient Mukand Kamble. In response to an appeal from the Indian Association for the Handicapped, Borivili, BCRC sanctioned Rs. l5,000/- for the purchase of 4 tricycles. Talking watches were also distributed to seventy blind youth.

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