It's your turn to help the Indian Army with 'I am still human'

‘I am still Human’, a Chandigarh based NGO is organising a noble campaign for a cause— the '7th Shaurya Blood Connect’ with the Indian Army in Delhi. They are hosting a blood donation camp and the blood will be collected exclusively for the illustrious Indian Army to be used in times of need at military hospitals.

Following the 2016 URI attacks, every year around Kargil Vijay Diwas ‘I am still Human’ organises the camp and this is the 7th edition happening on the 4th of August 2019 at Ramjas College, Delhi. A pathology team of Indian Army in uniform will be present at the venue to collect the blood donated by the civilians.

The chief guest of the program will be Lt. Gen. K.J Singh (Retd.), PVSM, AVSM who has served in Counter Insurgency areas (Nagaland, Manipur, Assam, Arunachal, J&K and Punjab), Assam Rifles and with United Nations Peace Keeping Force in Angola.

The highlights of the campaign will include a Mega Pride Bike Ride/Rally with professional bikers & veterans of Indian Armed Forces on 4th August 2019, a Mega Tree Drive in memory of our nations’s 21 Param Vir Chakra (PVC) awardees wherein Army veterans will plant 21 special trees named after each of the PVC awardees, a Mega Blood Connect with the Indian Army will be organised at the venue (Officers and Jawans in uniform will be present to carry forward the blood donation),

There will also be a one of its kind felicitation ceremony to felicitate a fleet of war heroes after which the event will conclude with a grand get together ceremony along with all present at the venue.

This is the first such a grand scale celebration & tribute planned for our guardians in uniform, veterans & martyrs along with their families. It is also your chance to donate blood and show your support for the Indian Army, the heroes who put their lives at risk to ensure the nation is safe.

About ‘I am still Human’- an NGO driving youth to realise their full potential and make substantial contributions to society.

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