The happy smiles of many students who normally couldn’t afford to get treated from qualified doctors filled the hearts of the Caliber Foundation members who shouldered the responsibility of providing basic check-up and medication to such students. The medical camp by Caliber Foundation not only brought smiles on the faces of the underprivileged children treated but also on the faces of the enthusiastic volunteers.
“The love and warmth we received from the Round Table School students are unexplainable,” said one of the volunteers.
Caliber Foundation, which has pledged to help the Round Table Government school as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities has ensured to provide required facilities to the school in phased manner. The Caliber Foundation team ensured to meet the concerned authority of the Round Table Government school and create a list of all the essential requirements. It then started to roll out budget required for the same and has completed the infrastructural and other facility related works in the first phase. As part of their commitment, Caliber CSR team members took up the responsibility to conduct a medical camp at the Round Table Government School premises on Saturday, August 31st, 2019. The Caliber team, whose aim is to aid in betterment of community health, provided free medical help to the students who were in dire need of the basic health check-up and medication.
All the necessary arrangements for the medical camp was done by a set of volunteers and core team members of the Caliber Foundation. They teamed up with a panel of 25 doctors from a medical foundation named “Sukhoon.” The team of dedicated doctors ensured to conduct the check-ups in a very organized way. The doctors ensured to provide thorough check-ups and relevant medicines to the needed children. The medical camp was conducted from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. Around 500 students of the Round Table Government School benefitted from this completely free medical camp conducted by the Caliber Foundation. The school authorities thanked the Caliber Foundation team members for providing the school students free medication, which was much more important for them as they couldn’t afford to buy medicines prescribed by the doctors, along with the free check-up.
“We are looking forward for many such satisfying social responsibility works,” said a core team member of Caliber Foundation while culminating the event by rendering a thanking note to the panel of doctors from Sukhoon Foundation.