Led by CEO of OMICS, 500 employees came forward to support Thalassemia Blood Transfusion cause to celebrate their company anniversary and part of the company’s ‘Employee Giving Thought Program”.
Hyderabad, February 13, 2018: Omics International marked their 9th anniversary, by “Employee Giving Thought Program” as many as 500 Omics employees came together to donate their blood, that will benefit numbers of thalassemia patients, the blood donation camp was conducted at Omics facility in Hyderabad. The donation was made to NGO- MOB (Making Ourselves Better) organization which delivers medical support to underprivileged and under-resourced communities.
This is the 2nd year in succession and we’re proud to share that the “Omics Employee Giving Thought Program” continues to contribute in humble and unique ways to help nonprofit and community organizations in the Hyderabad and nearby regions. More than 1000 lives were touched by the blood donations from Omics blood drive since the last 2 years. Omics is a committed and will continue to do humanitarian and society services programs. Its impact is real and brings immense happiness to the Omics group family”, says the Founder and CEO of Omics International and Pulsus Group Dr. Srinubabu Gedela.
At its heart stands our employees’ dedication to society. Like the year before our employees joined to donate blood to help people affected by thalassemia. The employees on the other hand say “The thought of being able to improve the well-being of another fellow human who is fighting for their life pushed us to participate in this noble cause.
It is a heartening day, as each year beginning previous year our employees committed their selfless support to make a difference in the lives of others, knowing that their company will actively support them in the cause they choose to contribute. Nearly more than 500 employees donated their blood.
The Employee Giving Thought Program is symbolic to Omics core values: our admiration and gratitude for our employees, and our dedication to serving the communities where we live and work.
“We have an immense amount of gratitude for all our employees who participated, either by coordinating and participating in the blood donation efforts. We also want to extend our appreciation to our thalassemia sociaty who dedicate themselves every day to making a difference in the lives of hundreds of people who need support and help from people around them.” Dr. Srinubabu Gedela stated.
Omics continues to support others less privileged and hopes to expand its community support program through their Employee Giving Thought Program every year.
Thalassemia -A blood disorder which results in excessive destruction of red blood cells, leads to anaemia. The children suffering from Thalassemia need blood transfusion annually 20 to 25 times