Rotary Midtown donates for a cause

Rotary Midtown donates for a cause

August 19, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Rotary Mysore Midtown has financially assisted an engineering graduate under its community service project towards his kidney treatment. The beneficiary is 24-year-old M.R. Prathap, son of M.B. Ramakrishna, a farmer from Malagaranahalli in Maddur taluk, Mandya district, and Sudha, a home-maker, who has donated her kidney to her ailing son. 

Prathap  underwent  kidney transplant surgery at JSS Hospital in February this year and Rotary Midtown has lent a helping hand by donating Rs.15, 000 for his post-operative medical care, according to Club President  Rtn. A.N. Aiyanna.


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