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Asian Business School and Rotary Club organized a Blood Donation Camp at Campus on 4th November 2022

“People Who Give and Donate Are Happier Than People Who Receive” is a truism. And this was seen on the 4th of November 2022 at the Asian Business School campus in Noida when the students and staff members donated blood with a grin on their face. Blood donation is regarded as one of the most honourable acts one can perform. It is important to keep in mind that blood can be considered “a gift of life,” the most valuable present that one person can give to another. Up to three people’s lives can be saved with just one unit of blood. The growing number of illnesses calls for an ever-increasing supply of blood, which is difficult to get. The lack of a blood supply claims the lives of more than a few people. Due to the fact that blood cannot be preserved for an extended period of time, it is imperative that healthy individuals regularly donate their blood in order to guarantee that those in need will not experience a shortage of blood. A few individuals were complaining of dizziness, but they were content with the fact that they had been able to assist the community in some fashion.

The Asian Business School would like to express their gratitude to all of those who assisted in the completion of this project, including the doctors, volunteers, faculty members, and all of the administrative personnel. Special thanks to Lions Blood Bank for the wonderful initiative. The Blood Bank conveyed sincere thanks to Asian Business School and Rotary Club for organizing this camp.

It was a successful event that gave immense pleasure and satisfaction to everyone who worked for it. It would not have been possible without everyone’s support and enthusiasm.

A certificate of appreciation was given, to each donor and each volunteer who worked for such a noble cause. The College also received a certificate of appreciation for organising such a valuable event.

A question worth wondering is, how to bring back a life back to power? It’s quite easy. Donate Blood. Make it your responsibility. Sparing only 15 minutes of your life can save a life.