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    Cygnet Scores a Century in Blood Donation

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    106 units of blood

    were donated voluntarily by Cygnet employees at the annual blood donation camp organized by Prathama Blood Center.

    This was the largest number achieved in the last 3 years that Cygnet has organized this camp in its premises. The exhuberant Managing Director, Niraj responded, " My heartfelt thanks for the amazing tremendous response to the Blood Donation camp today. I appreciate it a lot and lack words to describe my gratitude to you all." 

    Prathama's team leader for event, Mr Ashish Jadhav said,"It is difficult to procure blood during the holiday season since people are travelling or not available. Therefore, receiving such a large number of blood units from Cygnet Infotech is highly appreciated. We look forward to an even higher number in future." 

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    As a company, Cygnet is committed to its CSR (corporate social responsibility) initiatives and encourages all employees to be a part of it. It contributes to various causes and blood donation has been one of the regular events on Cygnet premises each year.

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    Three cheers to all the donors and all those who wished to donate but missed! 

    A Response from Facebook:

    "That's

    106 patients who get a unit of Packed Red Cells each

    106 patients get a unit of Plasma each

    106 patients get 4-6 units of Platelets each

    You folks just made 318 patients healthier and their blessings with you and your colleagues."

                  

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