Life Blood Centre

         6,85,000+ Blood Components Issued

         6,300+  SDP Procedures Done

         5,700+  Outdoor Camps Organized

         410,000+ Lives Served

         3,000+ Antigen Phenotype Donor Registry 

Life Greenfield Centre

         270,000+ Trees Distributed for Replantation Since Inceptiont

         70+  Indegenous Varieties of Trees and Plants Available

         24,500+ Plants above 6-15 Feet Ready for Distribution 


Life Thalassaemia Prevention Centre

         15,09,406 million Persons Reached Through Thalassaemia Awareness Drive

         7,03,929+ Persons Screened & Benefited

         121 Births of Thalassaemia Major

         26,742 Prevented Ante-natal Tests Done

          750 PND Tests Done

          7,154 Counselling 


Life Education Centre

         108 Schools Dedicated

         32,000+ Students Benefited Every Year

         26,000+ Merit Scholarships Distributed

         15,500+ Scholarship Given to Girls Students

         1,110+ Schools Benefited under (SOW) Science on Wheels

         1,50,000+ Students Benefited by Science on Wheels


Life Health and Wellness Centre

         905,000+ Persons Benefited

         6,500+ Prisoners from 23 Jails of Gujarat Benefited

         700 Yoga Shibirs Conducted

         500 Yoga Demonstration in Schools

         510 Participants for yoga classes everyday


Life Women Empowerment Centre

         10,000 Total Widows / BPL Women Have Been Trained

         40,000 Persons Benefited

NRG Center

         360 Vendors Registered

         2850 Total NRGs/ NRIs Benefitted  

         500 NRGs / NRIs Visited

Life International Support Division 

Disasters have been on the rise over the last decade, they come in different forms i.e. earthquake, tsunami, cyclone, floods, drought, landslide, wild fire etc., and leave a uniform mark of irremediable loss, devastation and agony. The alarming frequency at which natural disasters have struck different nations has posed plethora of economic and humanitarian challenges. In developing countries like India, even a small scale disaster can significantly hurt the social fabric as large chunk of population from middle and lower income group not only loses lives but also loses means of livelihood and hope in just no time! Besides short term effects such as loss of life and economic losses, disaster massively affects long term development goals, health and human security.

We were registered recipients organization for receiving duty free of goods / eligible donated supplies from approved donor organization in terms of Indo - US agreement approved by Government of India, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment vide letter No. 17-9/2000-NI.I dated 13th October,2003.

Under this agreement we have received over hundreds of 40 feet containers by ship cargo and emergency medical supplies by air consignments equipments etc to help, aid, assist to address following situations.

(1)        Humanitarian aids and relief supplies

            Includes clothing, personal care kits, medical supplies

(2)        Equipment's aids for

-         Physically handicapped / disabled.

-         Mentally challenged

-         Vision nutrition deficiency

-         Disaster victims

-         Other natural calamities and disaster.