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.
June 2015, Vol 5, Issue 6
News and Updates from May 2015
souravroy Tue, 06/30/2015 - 11:00
Rakta Kranti As expected, the month of May was hard on blood banks with fading blood stocks. This meant that the demand for camps was more and hence the RK wing of Sankalp was busy in planning and getting in more drives.
Rationalizing Donor Deferrals
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.souravroy Mon, 06/29/2015 - 12:29
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! KEEP GIVING FREELY.
Sankalp Celebrates 12th Anniversary
On 23rd May, 2015, Sankalp India Foundation celebrated the 12th Anniversary program at People’s Tree Hospitals, Yeshvantpur.souravroy Thu, 06/11/2015 - 10:35
Rakta Kranti Team Report - 2014-15
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.souravroy Wed, 06/03/2015 - 00:20