Rawalpindi: A successful blood donation camp was organized at the Head Office of Bahria Town Rawalpindi, in collaboration with the Jamila Sultana Foundation, to support thalassemia patients in the city. The camp, held on 15th May, 2024, saw an overwhelming response from employees of Bahria Town and the general public, with around 200 blood bottles collected.

The joint venture aimed to make a positive impact on the lives of thalassemia patients, who require regular blood transfusions to manage their condition. The Jamila Sultana Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting thalassemia patients, is trying to help thalassemia patients.

This annual blood donation camp is a brainchild of Mr. Shahid Mehmood, Director of Bahria Town Rawalpindi, who has been arranging this camp every year to support the noble cause. His efforts have made a significant impact on the lives of thalassemia patients and their families.

“We are grateful to Bahria Town for partnering with us in this noble cause,” said a representative from the Jamila Sultana Foundation. “The response from the employees and the general public has been overwhelming, and we appreciate their generosity and kindness.”

The camp was well-organized, with medical professionals and volunteers from the Jamila Sultana Foundation ensuring a smooth and safe donation process. The success of this blood donation camp serves as a testament to the commitment of Bahria Town and the Jamila Sultana Foundation to giving back to the community and supporting those in need.

The collected blood bottles will provide vital support to thalassemia patients in Rawalpindi, and the organizers hope to continue this initiative annually to make a lasting impact on the lives of those affected by this condition.