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Deutsche Bank organizes a blood donation drive to address urgent blood shortage at KEM Hospital

October 2011 │ India

Deutsche Bank Operations International in Mumbai, in association with LTP Management, organized a blood donation drive on 11 - 13 October in direct response to the urgent blood shortage in city-based KEM Hospital.

The three-day drive saw an overwhelming response with a turn up of more than 200 Deutsche Bank staff. The 570 units of blood collected will be used to support blood transfusions for patients in KEM Hospital.

The list of donors included everyone from trainees to team leaders, as well as housekeeping and security staff. Post-blood donation care was provided to ensure the medical well-being of the donors. Refreshments were provided and doctors were on hand to answer any queries.

One of the donors thanked the Deutsche Bank Corporate Social Responsibility team for providing an opportunity to contribute to the social cause, stating, “All it needed was a few minutes of my time and what I have in return is the opportunity to help save a life.”

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Last Update: November 10, 2011
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