Reliance Commn help lepers in city hospital
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 30: As part of its corporate social responsibility initiatives, Reliance Communications has partnered with Leper Hospital, Srinagar for supporting it in the endeavor of creating comfortable environment for inmates.
A RCOM statement said the partnership intends to look at meeting the current needs as well as the future resource needs of the organization and support them in a meaningful manner.
It added that the company officials donated blankets, utensils, tea and sugar among 94 patients at leper hospital.
Speaking on the occasion, cluster head-Kashmir, Reliance ADA Group CSR Sanjay Sazawal, said: “We shall be providing all the support required to these patients on the subject as well as necessary tools to provide the inmates with a better today and tomorrow. We are sure that our joint efforts will benefit the patients and their children and inspire other organizations to contribute their best.
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Lastupdate on : Fri, 30 Apr 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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