Bring life back to power, make blood donation your responsibility

The United Nations declared every 21st of September is "The International Day of Peace".

        To celeberate peace Brainworks Scouts decide to organize blood donation. We desire to help

        others by a sense of moral duty and take social responsibility. We have adopted the slogan

       “Bring life back to power, Make blood donation your Responsibility”.

 

       The Brainworks Scout volunteer teachers participated in the blood donation camp and

       donated blood with the support of National Blood bank, Yangon on 21st September 2019,

       twenty volunteers donated the blood for the first time.     

 

       As a Scout volunteer, as messengers of peace by donating blood it gave

       us  personal satisfaction, self-esteem and pride, which provides a sense

       of social engagement and belonging that is recognized and valued by the community.

      

       Our Head of the schools motivated us to stay healthy and build stamina for donating blood.

       By this blood donation we were able to save 40 peoples life as each one of us have donated 

       400  to 500 cc of blood.  A lot of students and their parents wanted to be a part of this

       noble cause, hence we decided to do this blood donation event as an life time project for

       the Brainworks – TOTAL family.

 

       

       We agreed to be a active blood donor and be a responsible citizen and spread peace as

       humanity is the only religion in the world. If you donate only money you give food, but if you

       donate blood you give life. We take promise to promote peace and create a positive change

       about blood donation in our community.

 

 

        # Give Blood # International Day of Peace #National Blood Bank# Blood Donation-

        Social Responsibility

صورة Phyo Thura Win
from Myanmar, منذ سنة واحدة

Project Period

Started On
Saturday, September 21, 2019
Ended On
Saturday, September 21, 2019

عدد المشاركين:

20

ساعات الخدمة

120

Topics

Scouting and Humanitarian Action
Spiritual Development
Adults in Scouting

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