Countering Thalassemia one step at a time - CybageAsha

December 23, 2019  

CybageAsha, the CSR arm of Cybage Software conducted a visit to a Thalassemia center by the Indian Red Cross Society in Paldi, Ahmedabad. CybageAsha visited the patients adopted by the centre to devote time and create some light moments around them.

As part of its social welfare initiatives, CybageAsha conducts blood donation drives amongst Cybagians every 6 months. In one of its latest drives, the philanthropic arm contributed 490 pints of blood to save lives of patients. Some of the other social welfare initiatives include visits to Old-age homes and orphanages, renovating government run schools, conducting sessions for holistic developments in low-income schools, etc.

Expressing her thoughts on this effort, Ritu Nathani, Director – Cybage Software and Managing Trustee–CybageAsha said, “It is a privilege to be able to join hands with NGOs like the Indian Red Cross Society. CybageAsha relentlessly attempts to support people who do not receive opportunities easily, and this drives us to lend an arm to patients for whom healthcare is not easily accessible.”

About CybageAsha:

Cybage Software Pvt. Ltd. commenced its first philanthropic arm, CybageAsha, in October 2005 registered later as a Trust on 7th January 2009 under the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950. CybageAsha addresses all-round development of the marginalized sections of the society. Through its rural upliftment, community development, and social welfare verticals, CybageAsha meticulously conceptualizes, plans, and executes various drives in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Telangana. The initiative is supported by exclusive involvement of a dedicated CSR team and the consistent support of Cybagians for several noble causes.

Ritu Nathani, Director of Cybage and Managing Trustee of CybageAsha, guides the volunteers in their collective mission to transform the lives of the underprivileged. The Trust also collaborates with several NGOs and social service organizations to continually expand its beneficiary base.


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