In the era of self-centered thinking, when the sense of responsibility towards the society and the country is dying out, Sankalp India Foundation is a Youth Organization that begs to differ. Promoting Youth Empowerment for Social and National Welfare,we invite all those who believe in the change for the better to Stop Thinking and Start Working

Sankalp provides a platform for all such people who want to contribute and participate in Nation Building but who find the inertia of the system too much to overcome.

By constructive group work we slowly break the barriers of fear to act differently and nurture individuals who live up to their inner feelings and commitment to this land. Explore out site to know more...

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  • 50,000 Units Collected in Camps
  • 30+ Blood Requests taken/day
  • 5+ Emergency Situations handled/ day
  • 500 Thalassemiac Children supported.

Voluntary blood donation drives are the cornerstone of a continuous supply of safe blood in India. Organising a voluntary blood donation drive means not only making necessary infrastructure arrangements but also creating awareness and education among a large potential donor pool to motivate them to come forward and donate blood. Donor recruitment and retention have been key challenges for blood banks and voluntary blood donor organisations across the world.

We have come a long way. Over the past 12 years, Sankalp has evolved from a group of college students toiling hard to ensure no one in their vicinity suffers due to shortage of blood into a structured organization working with experts and taking Karnataka towards 100% voluntary blood donation and a making the state thalassemia free. Over the past 12 years, the organization has conducted hundreds of blood donation drives, adhered to lakhs of blood requests and provided care and better management to hundreds of children suffering from Thalassemia.

Every day numerous children suffering from thalassemia, pregnant women, individuals who met with accidents, people in deed of surgery, people fighting cancer and many more patients receive the gift of life donated by unknown voluntary blood donors.

Thank you blood donors for being there for them.

Your Selfless contribution preserves hope, gifts smiles and saves lives!


On 23rd May, 2015, Sankalp India Foundation celebrated the 12th Anniversary program at People’s Tree Hospitals, Yeshvantpur. Volunteers, Blood Donors, Doctors, Transfusion and Thalassemia experts, Sankalp Friends, Camp Organizers, Children suffering from Thalassemia and their families came together to celebrate the occasion.

For the second year in a row, the Rakta Kranti team collected over 10,000 units of blood through voluntary blood donation camps in 2014-15. More than 70% of the units went to government institutions, thereby closely trying to realize what we deeply desire – availability of blood to all sections of society.

The year also witnessed a significant amount of effort spent by the team to get the right balance of quality and number of drives in place. The team strived hard towards making publicity campaigns more effective, and witnessed a reduction in non-compliance and post donation reactions as well. The number of units collected per camp also went up marginally.

Unfortunately, the percentage of deferrals in our blood donation drives also went up significantly. It is currently as high as 25.5%. While this gives us the confidence that ineligible donors are not being allowed to donate, thereby setting uncompromised standards for donor safety; it also leaves in us the fear of excluding eligible donors.

Greater levels of satisfaction and better feedback from the camp organizer were observed over the year. The focus on technology was higher than ever before, each camp being planned, scheduled and managed by our internal technology platforms.