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G Square Organizes ‘Drops of Hope’ Blood Donation Drive, Garners Massive Turnout

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Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

G Square, South India’s leading plot promoter, recently organized the “G Square Drops of Hope” initiative, a blood donation drive. The initiative was organized in honor of the birthday of G Square’s Founder and Managing Director, Mr. Bala Ramajeyam in G Square Beachwalk, Neelankarai.

The real estate company organized the blood donation drive in collaboration with The Madras Voluntary Blood Bureau and has planned to donate the collected blood to the Hindu Medical Mission Hospital. This remarkable initiative witnessed the active participation of 100+ G Square employees and people from the public.

Mr. Bala Ramajeyam, Managing Director of G Square Realtors Private Limited, expressed his enthusiasm for the “Drops of Hope” initiative, stating, “At G Square, we believe in making meaningful contributions to society beyond our business endeavors. The ‘G Square Drops of Hope’ initiative is a reflection of our commitment to social responsibility and our desire to make a positive impact on the lives of others. I am extremely elated to see that an initiative like this, organized on my birthday has received such an overwhelming response, participation and reception. We are actually planning to make this initiative an annual event such that many of those in need of blood can benefit from the same. I would like to personally express my gratitude to all the donors for their blood donation, which might just be crucial in saving someone’s life.”

The “G Square Drops of Hope” aims to address the critical need for blood donations within the city and help save lives in our community. The inaugural drive which was conducted just for G Square employees within the organization saw a massive number of participants which prompted the event to be extended to open for the public.

–Press release

 

 

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