On World Blood Donation day, June 14, Sewa International Australia, organised a group blood donation of 22 volunteers in collaboration with Red Cross. This activity has promoted diversity and encouraged positivity within the community as volunteers from diverse age groups and gender came forward for saving 75 lives, as per Red Cross. Sewa International Australia is a growing organization built on a team of passionate members who are responsible for management of this activity and other community based projects. Its aim is to represent Indians living in Melbourne in promoting and encouraging integration in order to become successful members of society. Sewa International Australia also organised another event to raise funds for relief and rehabilitation activities in Uttarakhand (India).

This event was held at Clayton Hall annexe where International coordinator of Sewa Sh. Shyam Parande presented details of the relief activities and made a video presentation to the audience about the rehabilitation projects being run by Sewa in Uttarakhand and explained how they are changing the lives of many affected families. As a result of this presentation and an interactive Q&A session, many volunteered to support this project. Uttarakhand Society of Australia also collaborated with Sewa International in successfully raising funds. Apart from that, Shri Shyam Paranade also informed about many big and small projects running across 17 different countries, fully supported by Sewa. These projects pertain to natural disasters, child welfare, women empowerment and other socio economic development.

Sewa International Australia has decided to support the development of a computer centre in Chandrapuri in the Rudra Prayag district by offering full financial help. This centre will help local children who lost their homes, parents or families in Uttrakand flood, in acquiring essential computing skills which will enable them in rehabilitation by seeking employment.



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