Regent Residential School and Rotary Club of Mahaboudha Join Hands for Successful Blood Donation Camp

December 30, Lalitpur, Nepal – In a remarkable display of community collaboration, Regent Residential School and the Rotary Club of Mahaboudha organized a joint blood donation camp today, marking a significant contribution to the local healthcare system. The event, aptly named the “Rotary-Regent Blood Donation Camp,” witnessed an impressive turnout, with 73 individuals, including school teachers and parents, stepping forward to donate blood.

The initiative took place on the special occasion of “Joyful Parenting – III” at Regent Residential School, where parents gathered to celebrate and participate in the noble cause of blood donation. The event aimed not only to foster a sense of community engagement but also to emphasize the importance of giving back to society.

Among the notable personalities present at the camp were Nawaraj Sanjel, the Principal of Regent Residential School, Dr. Divas Amatya, Service Project Chair for Rotary Year 2023-24 at the Rotary Club of Mahaboudha, and Dr. Rajendra Serchan, President of the Rotary Club of Mahaboudha for the same year.

Mr. Nawaraj Sanjel, Principal of Regent Residential School, expressed his gratitude for the overwhelming response from both the school community and the Rotary Club. He highlighted the importance of instilling a sense of social responsibility in students and praised the collaborative effort that made the event a success.

Dr. Divas Amatya, Service Project Chair for Rotary Year 2023-24, spoke about the significance of such initiatives in addressing the constant need for blood in hospitals. He commended the enthusiasm shown by the participants and emphasized the positive impact their contribution would have on saving lives.

Dr. Rajendra Serchan, President of the Rotary Club of Mahaboudha, reiterated the club’s commitment to community service and health-related initiatives. He expressed hope that such events would inspire others to come forward and actively engage in philanthropic activities.

The Rotary-Regent Blood Donation Camp not only served as a platform for community members to contribute to a vital cause but also strengthened the bond between Regent Residential School and the Rotary Club of Mahaboudha. As the participants left the camp, the sense of accomplishment and camaraderie lingered, showcasing the power of collective efforts in making a positive impact on society.

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