Island Rovers organize blood donation campaign in Rathmalana, Sri Lanka.

A blood donation campaign organised by the Island Rovers Moratuwa – Piliyandala District Branch Scout Association together with the cooperation of Golden Hands Charity & National Blood Transfusion Service, took place today at the Roman Catholic School Ratmalana. A total of 70 person’s voluntary donated blood.

Island Rover Crew was founded in 2015 and the Project was organized with the intention of adding a meaning for Rovers Scouts Moto “SERVICE”. Through this initiative Sri Lanka Scouts once again proved their commitment towards being a beacon of hope to those who are in desperate need of something that is essentially a vital life force.

Including Religious Priests
Blood Donors, Island Rovers, Volunteers from Golden Hands Charity, Staff of National Blood Transfusion Service, there were 100 people contributed to make this project success.

District Commissioner Mr. Rohan Jude (LT) & MoP NSO Coordinator –SLSA Mr. Jerome De Silva were also attended the occasion.

Reported By : Messengers of Peace Network - Sri Lanka Scouts

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Commentaires

Portrait de Bede Nimal Perera (2854)

A blood donor is certainly a life saver . All the people who participated to organise this blood donation camp also helped to save lives. They may be from Multi nationals, multi linguists, multi religions or from rich & poor. All were united in this humanitarian act. Let's salute All these Messengers of Peace for their worthy cause.

Portrait de Eugenia Enríquez

Well done!!!

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from Sri Lanka, il y a 4 années

Project Period

Started On
Saturday, November 19, 2016
Ended On
Saturday, November 19, 2016

Nombre de participants

100

Heures de service

700

Topics

Youth Programme
Partnerships
Better World Framework
Youth Engagement
Adults in Scouting

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