Panchkula resident plays good Samaritan

Panchkula resident plays good Samaritan

Ajit Singh Narula, a resident of Panchkula, donated Rs 5 lakh to the Poor Patient’s Welfare Fund of PGIMER for the treatment of poor and the needy.

Prof Jagat Ram, Director, PGIMER, expressed his thanks to Narula for this noble gesture. He also exhorted others to donate liberally for the poor patients. The Poor Patient Welfare Fund (PPWF) of PGIMER receives donations from the philanthropists to help the poor patients that visit the hospital for treatment.

The donations are accepted either through cheques (in favour of Director, PGIMER) or cash at the poor patient cell, Nehru Hospital, under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act.

The institute has also started the facility of online donations on the Institute website- pgimer.edu.in. After making a donation directly to the PGIs Poor Patient Fund account, the person can download a receipt too.

Online donations also accepted

The donations are accepted either through cheques (in favour of Director, PGIMER) or cash at the poor patient cell, Nehru Hospital, under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act. The institute has also started the facility of online donations on the Institute website- pgimer.edu.in.

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