STORIES OF HUMANITY

Aid Kerala

Medical & Wellness Camps, International Aid & Disaster R
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Lives Impacted: 50,000+

When Kerala witnessed its worst flood in a century, Aster Volunteers answered the distress call.

More than fifty thousand homes had been destroyed, and 300 plus people died.

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Drops of Hope

Medical & Wellness Camps, Community Development & Suppor
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Lives Impacted: 1600

A persistent problem faced by the medical community is the reliable availability of safe blood at the hour of need. And to help do our part for this cause, this World Blood Donor Day, Aster Volunteers

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Little Lives Matter

Child Health Initiatives
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Lives Impacted: 300+

A surprise that put big smiles on the faces of our little munchkins.

On the 1st of June, in observance of International Children’s Day, all children who visited Aster

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Earth Restore Initiative

Community Development & Support, Others
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Lives Impacted: NA

Taking steps to protect our planet

For World Environment Day, our volunteers swung into action to protect the earth. Aster Prime Hospital held a Walkathon to clear the streets

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Aster Homes

Kerala
Lives Impacted: 1000+ people

As the people of Kerala get back on their feet, it’s time to rebuild - starting with their homes. Aster Homes will help rehabilitate or rebuild homes that were wholly or partially affected by the Kerala floods. We need volunteers to help execute this project.

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Be Young at Heart Marathon

Multiple Locations
Community Development & Support

On the occasion of World Heart Day, Aster Volunteers is organizing 5K and 10 K runs across different geographies. The 'Be Young at Heart' marathon will be held on the 29th of September in India and the 27th of September in GGC countries. Let's run together and celebrate good health and healthy living.

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MANJUSHREE MAHESHKUMAR PARDESHI

Manjushree is a clinical counsellor and academic coordinator. When she began getting actively involved with Aster Volunteers activities, she discovered the potential of contributing to her community. Her most cherished memory is of the Awareness Programme conducted for Organ Donation. As this was conducted in a school, most of the attendees were between the ages 12 and 18 and a lot of them enrolled as organ donors. The future, if you ask her, is looking bright indeed.

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