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Need Service Minded Volunteers for a Social Cause


Need Service Minded Volunteers for a Social Cause

Service to Mankind is Service to God.  We are in need of scribes  to write the examination/semester for the visually impaired.  There is a need for many people to help and  support this cause.  We request service minded people to volunteer and to take up this cause. Please get in touch with Abirami at  9677099246


What is Thalassemia?

Thalassemia is a blood disorder passed down through families (inherited) in which the body makes an abnormal form of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen. The disorder results in large numbers of red blood cells being destroyed, which leads to anemia.

There is also a constant need of blood for Thalassema patients and volunteers willing to donate blood can contact Abhirami at 9677099246.

Picture Courtesy : Deccan Chronicle

Interested in Volunteering Towards a Social Cause? Read on…

How many times have we come across a situation where we intend to do something towards it and yet do not know how to. “Thedifference between an out stretched palm and a helping hand, is the flick of the wrist”. if your interest is towards contributing your time and effort towards a social cause,  here is an interesting opportunity.  Chennai Volunteers endeavors towards promoting  volunteering and facilitates volunteering opportunities.

Chennai Volunteers (CV) is a social organisation that promotes the values of volunteering, while building and reinforcing volunteer networks in Chennai.  CV facilitates the process of bridging the gap between the citizens of Chennai and  credible nonprofit organizations with their relevant causes, while enhancing the experience of volunteers simultaneously.

CV plans to leverage the online medium with a dynamic web portal. Visitors while in Chennai, as volunteers, can find various opportunities to share and care, members can find local/international partners and NGOs can share resources and exchange best practices, 24×7.

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