Lions Club, Gurgaon organises many kind of camps including blood donation camps in the Millennium City, at least five to six times a year. "We do this because in our country sadly mostly people die due to unavailability of blood and this is something very unfortunate,” Mr. Kumar rued.
The organization is planning to hold more camps in various parts of the city. “We are going to organise many more such camps in sector 14 market which will also include general check-up and eyesight check-up for the unprivileged people of the city,” Mr. Kumar informed.
Lions Club, which has been operating in Gurgaon for last 35 years, has two check-up centres in the city where eye check-up is done free of cost. “We do free check-ups every Tuesday at Katarpuri centre and Saturday at the centre near Chiteshwar temple. Then we take patients to the city's hospital and get them operated upon without taking any money,” Mr. Kumar added.
The club arranges money from its members only and doesn’t take donations from outside. "We are prepared for coming many years to continue with these causes and we are planning to expand our network also,” Mr. Kumar informed.
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