Mangaluru: Six Oxygen Concentrators have been handed over to the District Wenlock Hospital by the Dakshina Kannada DC Dr Rajendra KV on behalf of the Save Life Charitable Trust on Saturday May 15.
Trust has been praised in the public sector over the past several years for raising money for medical care through social networking for people who are financially disadvantaged and deprived of medical care. In the last 10 months, more than 200 crores have contributed to more than 1.1 crores, striving for the betterment of society.
Upon receiving these Oxygen Concentrators, the District Officers spoke and congratulated the public service agency for their service to the public.
Trust chairman Arjun Bhandarkar, photographer Manju Neerashwalya and Ramesh Shenoy were also present on the occasion.
Save Life Charitable Trust of Mangaluru began its operations from August 2020 and has been helping families struggling to manage treatment, livelihood, construction of house, support to Old Age Orphanges which provide free service and various causes for betterment of Society.
In last 10 months, it has supported more than 200 causes with over Rs 1.1 Crore with help of generous donors who wish to make a difference.
Second wave of Covid-19 has been spreading rapidly and healthcare system is already overwhelmed in Karnataka. Keeping this mind, Save Life Charitable Trust with help of donors procured 6 Oxygen Concentrators at cost of Rs 3,69,600 and handed it over to Deputy Commissioner, Dakshin Kannada to strengthen fight against Covid.
Along with it, more than 700 families who are struggling to manage livelihood are being helped with Grocery Kits in Dakshin Kannada and Udupi District.
Trust has also distributed Masks, Sanitizers and Face shields to Mangalore Traffic Personnel on duty.
Along with all these, Tea and Snacks are being arranged everyday for Police personnel on Duty from Melkar to Farangipet.
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