During World Organ Donation Day, seen in the pic, DG Rajendra Agarwal and other distinguished Rotarians & dignitaries with Goods Vehicle displaying the Skin, Eye & Organ Donation Awareness Programme banner in the backdrop

 Mumbai, Aug 14: On Aug 13, 2021, World Organ Donation Day, Rotary District 3141 carried out Skin, Eye & Organ Donation Awareness Program at Rotary Service Centre, Juhu, Mumbai, with Chief Guest DG. Rtn. Rajendra Agarwal and Dr. Bharat Shah, Hon. Secretary –ZLCC (Zonal Transplant Co-ordination Centre) as Guest of Honor. The project was undertaken by the Lead Host Club Rotary Club of Bombay West and other Co-Host Clubs. This program is also Rotary District 3141 Thrust Area Initiative.

The program commenced with unveiling a banner on goods vehicles by DG Rajendra Agarwal and other VIPs.  Other VIPs included Skin Donation Rtn. Dr. Sunil Keswani and Eye Donation Rtn. Dr. GirishTrivedi.  The Goods Vehicle displayed the banner of the Skin, Eye & Organ Donation Awareness Programme.

The meeting was called to order, and President Rtn gave the welcome speech. GautamChande of RC Bombay West.

DG called the All India Organ Donation Coordinator on Zoom. Then recognition of VIPs, PDGs and other District Dignitaries present was done.

Release of Awareness Bulletin & Car Sticker was also done with the announcement by Rtn. Harminder Singh, Avenue Advisor.

Dr. Bharart Shah explained the role of ZLCC ((Zonal Transplant Co-ordination Centre) and organ donation awareness.

DG RajendraAgarwal gave his blessings.

The program ended with a vote of thanks by Avenue Chair Rtn. SonalSomaiya.

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