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Hyderabad Businessman’s Family Donates Rs 1.5 Crore to TTD’s SV Pranadana Trust

In a generous act of philanthropy, Hyderabad-based businessmen Vivek Kailas and Vikram Kailas, along with their families, have donated Rs 1.5 crore to the SV Pranadana Trust of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD). The donation, made on behalf of their company Akshat Greentech Private Limited, was presented through a demand draft to TTD Executive Officer AV Dharma Reddy at his residence in Tirumala.

The SV Pranadana Trust, managed by TTD, is dedicated to offering free medical care to impoverished patients suffering from severe, life-threatening conditions. This includes diseases of the heart, kidneys, brain, and various forms of cancer, where the cost of treatment is often prohibitively high. By alleviating the financial burden on these patients, the trust ensures that essential medical care is accessible to those who need it most.

Moreover, the trust’s initiatives are not limited to direct medical aid. It also aims to foster research and development in the treatment of chronic conditions such as renal failure, hemophilia, thalassemia, and cancer. This dual approach of providing immediate medical support while also investing in long-term research underscores the trust’s comprehensive strategy in tackling these health challenges.

The trust’s scope of service extends to offering basic amenities and medical support equipment at no cost to patients. This includes providing access to blood banks, artificial limbs, physiotherapy, and various medical tools and implants. The primary objective is to ensure that even the most basic yet crucial medical needs of poor patients are met, enabling them to lead healthier lives.

Importantly, the benefits of the SV Pranadana Trust are extended to all needy patients, irrespective of their caste, creed, or religion. This inclusivity reflects the trust’s commitment to universal healthcare access, emphasizing the principle that medical assistance should transcend all social and cultural barriers.

The medical services under the trust are delivered through several TTD-run hospitals. These include the Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences (SVIMS), the BIRRD (Balaji Institute of Surgery, Research and Rehabilitation for the Disabled), the Sri Venkateswara Ramnarain Ruia (SVRR) Government General Hospital, and the maternity hospital. Each of these institutions plays a pivotal role in providing specialized care to patients, supported by the funds and resources of the SV Pranadana Trust.

The Kailas family’s substantial contribution will significantly bolster these efforts, enabling the trust to expand its services and reach a larger number of patients in need. Their donation is a testament to the impact that corporate social responsibility and individual generosity can have on public health initiatives.

This act of charity by the Kailas family not only supports the immediate medical needs of underprivileged patients but also contributes to the long-term goal of improving healthcare infrastructure and research. It stands as an inspiring example of how businesses and individuals can collaborate to make a meaningful difference in society.

In summary, the donation of Rs 1.5 crore by Vivek Kailas, Vikram Kailas, and their family to the SV Pranadana Trust marks a significant contribution towards enhancing healthcare accessibility for the poor. Their generosity will aid in providing essential medical services and advancing research, ensuring that more patients receive the care they deserve, irrespective of their socio-economic status.

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