Contribute to a fund to buy medicines for destitute people in a Humanitarian Home-Senior Citizens Bangalore
Contribute to a fund to buy medicines for destitute people in a Humanitarian Home, INR 5000
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Urban life has an ugly part to it and faces a number of total destitute on the streets. Thankfully the Police picks them up and takes them to one or the other of Humanitarian Homes in Bangalore. The Humanitarian Home RVM Transit Home in Hennur, which SCB supports and subsidises is one such. The Home has a capacity of 125 inmates. Once the inmate is stabilised he or she is usually moved to a more permanent residence at another Home or an NGO. Many of the inmates are mentally ill and are on medication SCB provided infrastructural facilities such as bedding, solar heater, bore well, water harvesting, (a total of Rs.6 lacs). Apart from this SCB provides Rs.25000 worth of medicines every month which is partly supports their costs on medicines. RVM send an excel sheet of required medicines (worth approx. 25000) to SCB every month. These are based on doctor prescriptions. This list is approved by the SCB Humanitarian Home Committee. Once approved the manager of RVM Home places an order with a wholesale vendor Apoorva Distributors. SCB pays for the medicines by cheque in the name of the trader. Bills are maintained by SCB.

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Towards purchase of monthly medicines for inmates at a humanitarian home 5000.00
Unit Price 5000
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Total 5000
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Urban life has an ugly side to it.
Yashovardhan is much better now. His health has improved thanks to the medicines prescribed by the doctor and provided to the inmates by Senior Citizens.
SCB provided infrastructural facilities such as bedding, solar heater, bore well, water harvesting, (a total of Rs.6 lacs). Apart from this SCB provides Rs.25000 worth of medicines every month which is partly supports their costs on medicines.
Yashovardhan is much better now. His health has improved thanks to the medicines prescribed by the doctor and provided to the inmates by Senior Citizens.

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