Project Freedom for Girls


MBCC and its affiliated branches took up the initiative of providing sanitary pads to needy adolescent girls. The branch members collected data from various schools across Mumbai. 122 needy girls were provided with a year-long supply of sanitary pads. Three doctors from the Rotary Club of Juhu Beach, namely Dr Mona Shah, Dr Priti Nandani and Dr Gargi Rathod handed over the sanitary pads to various branch heads for further distribution to adolescent girls.
 
Lokmanya  Tilak Hospital had sent a letter of thanks for donating money towards medicines which Smt. Rekha Bendre herself purchased and handed over to them

 Smt. Unnati Hathi also donated adult diapers, inhaler, clothes and other essential medical aids to Cooper Hospital, which she received through donation.

 She has also received donation of Rs 2000 from Smt. Viraj Vasavada and a bag of adult diapers from MBCC member Smt.Devyani Vora.

 She appealed all the members to continue donating to help the needy. 

 
 


 
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