G.E. Begumpet, Hyderabad had contributed 4 computers and 2 laptops for the Pin Relief and Palliative Care Society to computerize all the data of the patients, activities, academics and also for the teaching and training facility and we are very thankful to them.

Dear Dr Kambli,

I join all the members and well-wishers of the Pain Relief and Palliative Care Society, Hyderabad in thanking you for donating a new ambulance for the 'Life At Your Door Step' project. As you must be aware, this project takes care of people who are suffering from advanced incurable illnesses by providing pain relief and palliative care with the help of trained and skilled professionals in the city of Hyderabad and Secunderabad. Your support will help us in providing a better care to such patients and their families.

A Big Thank You to Malla Reddy College Staff and the Students.

"I cannot do all the good that the world needs. But the world needs all the good that I can do."
― Jana Stanfield

This is the spirit with which the students of Malla Reddy College of Teacher Education worked, when they put up a food stall to raise money for a worthy cause.

The cause of Pain and Palliative Relief for cancer patients touched them immensely and they were motivated to act.

It all started with a Workshop on Community Work organised at their college.

The Seminar included an introduction to Palliative Care and Pain Relief and the details of the work being done by the Pain Releif & Palliative Care Society. This was followed by the screening of a video of the patients who are being cared for by the Society. This was a field that was totally new to them, they were so touched that they seem to have made a collective decision to contribute in any way they could.

To this effect, a group of students held a food festival and raised money. Together with contributions
from the rest of the students, a sum of Rs. 10,000 was handed over to the Society.

This money means a lot to many of the patients. It would have been easy to merely express a word sympathy and not act, however these students beyond the frontiers of sympathy. They showed that with some planning and determination, they could contribute to a worthy cause in many a tangible way.
All it needs to make an impact is to decide to do something and then follow through with actions.

"Small deeds done are better than great deeds planned " – Peter Marshall.

These students' deeds speak volumes indeed, for their true care and concern for people who most need help.

Other members and donors of the society



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