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The Rotary Club and Asian School of Business organised a blood donation camp on campus on November 4, 2022.

To treat the growing number of diseases, an ever-increasing supply of blood is required. It’s crucial to remember that blood donation can be thought of as “a gift of life,” the most precious gift one can give to another. One unit of blood can save the lives of up to three individuals. Since blood cannot be kept for a lengthy period of time, it is essential that healthy people routinely donate their blood in order to ensure that those in need won’t run out of blood. One of the most honourable deeds one can commit is giving blood, and this was seen on November 4, 2022, at the campus of the Asian School of Business when the employees and students cheerfully donated blood and contributed to the noble cause. The blood donation camp was organised on campus in collaboration with the Rotary Club.

Within the camp, the doctors, volunteers, faculty members, and other administrative staff all contributed, and they all need to know how much Asian School of Business appreciates all of their efforts in getting this camp done successfully. ASB would like to express its gratitude to Lions Blood Bank in particular for their outstanding efforts. The Blood Bank expressed heartfelt gratitude to the Asian School of Business and the Rotary Club for hosting this camp.

The event was a success, and everyone who contributed to it felt tremendous joy and satisfaction. It is important to note here that without the encouragement and enthusiasm of everyone, the success of the event would not have been possible. All the donors and volunteers who contributed to the worthy cause received a certificate of appreciation. A certificate of appreciation for organising such a worthwhile event was also given to the college.