Bhavani Group takes CSR activities to new height

Posted by Daily Shipping Times on 22-02-2017        Tweet

MUMBAI: Blood donation is the most valued service to mankind. Nothing is comparable to the preciousness of human blood.

“The gift of blood is the gift of life. There is no substitute for human blood. Blood cannot be manufactured – it can only come from generous donors.”

No doubt the first and foremost advantage of donating blood is the exalted feeling of saving someone's life.

If we donate the little excess blood in our body, it could save someone's life without creating any problem for us.

Bhavani Group under the banner of Bhavani Foundation along with MGM Hospital, Kamothe & under the supervision of Dr. Seema Gupta jointly organized a Blood Donation Camp as a part of their CSR activity on 04th February 2017 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m at their CBD Belapur office. It was a big success where they surpassed their own record of 121 bottles of blood as compared to 93 bottles collected last year.

Bhavani Group will also be conducting the similar activity after 6 months & moving ahead it will be held in a similar way every year, where we are targeting to cross the 200 donors bench mark, highlighted a statement of company.

The donors went through a series of medical checkups before donating blood and were given refreshments, a memento and a certificate of appreciation for their service to humanity.

The Owners, employees & the working staff along with their friends & relatives were all keen for this noble cause & those who were not able to donate were assisting the hospital staff and were trying to make the first time donors comfortable.

The certificate of honor was also given to the blood donors during the function. The youths were called upon to donate blood regularly and in the process help the society.

K.D. Shetty makes a generous donation of Rs. 10 Lakhs in two schools of Khalapur village

“It is been noticed that the schools in the remote areas have always been neglected by the Government. Because of this, students are deprived of education. Such schools need helping hand & because of our assistance if somebody is getting benefited we are always there to help,” said Mr. K D Shetty, Managing Director of Bhavani Group during the inauguration function of the 2 adivasi schools at Khalapur where he had donated whole heartedly Rs.10 lacs for the repair work.

In today’s fast paced world, where people don’t have time to see each other, Mr. K D Shetty has lend a helping hand for the 2 remote adivasi schools in the district of Khalapur. Due to financial problem the schools were not renovated & also they were non-operating.

Without the assistance of any contractor & under the guidance of Mr. K D Shetty, the village people themselves took the initiative of repairing the schools & on 26th January 2017 both the schools were inaugurated.

In Khalapur district there are 2 adivasi padas namely Bhilvale & Bhilvale Thakurwadi. Located in the remote areas these schools were neglected, the roof was leaking, entrance door had a crack because of which stray animals would easily enter into the premises to take shelter.

In October 2016, Mr. K D Shetty along with his friends was travelling for some work to Panvel where on the highway they stopped to ask the route to Khalapur. They were assisted by an unknown person who requested them to leave him till Khalapur. The unknown person was Mr. Muralidhar Palave who also joined them on their way. During their travel, Mr. K. D. Shetty came to know that Mr. Palave was the one who was assisting the children of the deprived school in getting the basic education. Mr. K D Shetty on hearing this forwarded a helping hand by saying- “if any assistance required please do let us know ‘’.

Keeping this in mind, after few days, Mr. Palave approached Mr. K. D. Shetty & asked for assistance for the 2 remote schools of Bhilvale & Bhilvale Thakurwadi. Without wasting a single minute he was ready to provide assistance.

After personally inspecting the school, he immediately granted assistance of Rs. 2 lakhs. But his zeal did not stop over there. He not only wished to lend a helping monetarily but also physically by helping for the renovation of the school. The overall expenditure touched 10 lakhs.