Blood To Be A Hero: Blood To Be A Hero You have donated money, You have donated food, You have donated clothes, But Have you ever donated a life? Go ahead do it now, donate one Unit of Blood and save as many as three lives. Blood donation is entirely safe, and on the contrary belief it is in fact healthy for you to donate blood. Doctors advise to donate blood regularly as Blood Donation helps in shedding extra calories and ensures a shedding away of extra iron accumulated in the body. In fact while helping to save a life, you are stepping towards a healthy life style. We at Shri Guru Ram Dass Blood Donation Sewa Society, commit ourselves to this most noble cause. Please come forward and save your fellow beings by registering with us. WE NEED HELP: Come forward and extend your cooperation in form of funds/donation to the Society and help in the noble cause. A/c Details A/c Name:- Shri Guru Ram Dass Blood Donation Sewa Society Bank Name:- Punjab National Bank, Lawrence Road, Amritsar A/c/ no. :002000 0100425903 Pan No. AAEAS1670H Donation cheques / Demand Drafts are welcome: Cheques should be drawn in name of “Shri Guru Ram Dass Blood Donation Sewa Society”. Drafts should be drawn in name of” Shri Guru Ram Dass Blood Donation Sewa Society” and be payble at Amritsar.
About Our Society: About Our Society Nestled in the holy cradle of Shri Amritsar and named after the great philanthropist, the 4th Guru of the Sikhs, Shri Guru Ram Dass Ji , Shri Guru Ram Das Blood Donation Sewa Society, Amritsar was established in 2008 by a group of enthusiasts who believed that the Service to Mankind is the greatest service of all. The Society got itself registered by The Government of Punjab, on the 24th of July 2009. The Society is run by committed individuals who comprise a team of 25 members, which further includes Eleven Executive Members and 14 other specially appointed members. Apart from this the Society has an ever increasing General Body Membership. All these members undertake to serve the society with Blood Donations and Monetary Help in form of membership .
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Blood Donatio FAQ’s: Blood Donatio FAQ’s Q: Who is a healthy donor? A: Any person within the age group of 18 - 60 years with a body weight as minimum 45 kgs , and having hemoglobin content as minimum 12.5 gm%. Q: Does a donor need to do anything special before donation? A: The donor should eat at regular mealtimes and drink plenty of fluids. Q: How long does the donation take? A: The procedure is done by skilled, specially trained technicians and takes three to eight minutes. However, from start to finish (filling form, post donation rest etc) the entire process should take upwards of 35 minutes. Q: Does the needle hurt the entire time? A: There may be a little sting when the needle is inserted, but there should be no pain during the donation. Q: Does the donor suffer from any harmful effects after donating blood donation? A: Absolutely not, rather a donor after having given blood voluntarily gets a feeling of great pleasure, peace and bliss. Soon, within a period of 24 - 48 hours, the same amount of new blood gets formed in the body, which helps the donor in many ways. His own body resistance improves, the circulation improves, and he himself feels healthier than before. Q: Does a donor need to rest after donating blood? A: Yes. The donor needs rest, preferably lying down, so that the amount of blood that has been donated soon gets poured into the circulation from the body pools in a natural way. The donor should take it easy for about 15 - 20 minutes. Q: Can a donor work after donating blood? A: Of course! Routine work is absolutely fine after the initial rest. Rigorous physical work should be avoided for a few hours. Q: What special diet should a donor follow after giving blood? A: After resting for a while a donor is given some liquid (fluid) to take. It may be a cup of coffee or milk or fruit juice alongwith a few biscuits or fruit. The donor needs no other special diet. A routine balanced diet is adequate. The donor's blood gets replenished within 24 - 48 hours. Q: How long will it take for the body to replenish the blood? A: The body replaces blood volume or plasma within 24 hours. Red cells need about four to eight weeks for complete replacement. Q: How frequently a donor can donate blood? A: Three months time between donations is a very safe interval.