Bhubaneswar,3.1.19:Pravas Ranjan Pradhan, aged 34 small farmer of Puri district got new lease of life after receiving Rs. 1 lakh donation from students of Chennai for his kidney transplantation in a private hospital of Bhubaneswar.
Mr. L. Bharath Kumar, Second year Law college student from Dayawati Law college, Delhi took up the initiative on behalf of 'Good Deeds' initiative of 'Sri Ramanuja Mission Trust', to collect Rs.1000 each from 100 members and donated Rs. 1 lakh for treatment of Pravas.
Sushree Aishwarya, Trustee, Daya Trust and L. Bharat Kumar, visited Bhubaneshwar and donated the said amount in a special function organized in Jatni-based Pragyan Sathi Shobhaniya Shikshashram school. Others who joined in this function were Sri Nirakar Beura, secretary, Mrs. Gouri Singh, former Chairman of Jatni Municipality, Bibhuti Bhusan Mishra, social activist and many others.
The trust wants to start 'Good Deeds' clubs in all schools and promote the culture of charity.
“Kidney treatment is highly expensive. I was completely frustrated having heard huge expenses required for kidney transplantation from doctor’s mount and lost hope for survival. However, this contribution by students rebuilt my confidence for treatment. “I express my gratitude to all the kind hearts for saving my life”, says Pravas Pradhan while receiving contribution.
There are many philanthropist organizations in Chennai like Sri Ramanuja Mission Trust that are doing charity works to help the poor and needy people. We need to form proper network and serve the society...