Sankalp India Foundation, a Bangalore based voluntary organization started in 2003, achieved a double mileston
Sankalp India Foundation have always focused on strategic planning of blood donation drives to ensure availability of blood throughout the year.
The blood shortage during the summer months is a problem plaguing us from time unknown.
Sankalp uses a custom technology platform - TeamRed.In in order to ensure that the best is achieved i every blood donation camp.
In 2017-18 we collected 12964 units in 194 camps, crossing 94,000 units and 1100+ camps as the overall collection.
Sankalp India Foundation had organized a Blood Bank Meet at NIMHANS on 17th November, 2017.
I am Deepak, a student at IIIT Delhi, and I volunteered for Sankalp in December 2017. I came to know about Sankalp through my father, who has worked with Sankalp.
10th-12th November 2017 - Phagwara, Punjab
In 2002 India released the national blood policy with a firm commitment to phase out professional and replacement based blood donation practices in the country.
Message by a Regular Voluntary Blood, Platelets and Bone Marrow Donor on the National Voluntary Blood Donor Day
Mr Chandrakanth Acharya is a voluntary blood donor and a donor motivator who is close to completing 100 donations with 32 single donor pl
The following is the experience shared by a student volunteer from Ammucare charitable trust after the blood donation camp organised at Mantri Espana on 29th July 2017.
Sankalp is committed to enabling delivery of better quality in each of the blood donation drives. A critical component in quality assurance is the systematic capturing of the data which could be used to quantify performance.