New Delhi: Lapcare – India’s leading laptop peripherals and accessories premium brand – has shown a solicitous gesture towards the healthcare sector by donating an ambulance to the Bharat Sevashram Sangha and Shanti Devi Charitable Trust. Lapcare is the brand of Rx Infotech Pvt. Ltd.
The Bharat Sevashram Sangha is a spiritual brotherhood of monks and selfless workers dedicated to the service of humanity with a non-sectarian, non-communal, non-political character and outlook. It was founded in 1917 by the illustrious patriot Saint Yugacharya Sreemat Swami Pranavanandaji Maharaj. The Sangha is a pioneer in organising relief work at the time of natural calamities like floods, epidemics, famine, earthquakes, etc. It has hundreds of branches in India and abroad. Shanti Devi Charitable Trust (SDFCT) provides volunteer teachers in schools to help students as well as school management without charging them.
Commenting on this, Atul Gupta, Managing Director, Lapcare said, “We are happy Lapcare is working for the people during their time of need. I hope the ambulance will be a vehicle of help for many. Bharat SevasharamSangha has done commendable work in the covid times and saved many lives. To boost this good deed, we have taken proactive, impactful steps to make healthcare available to our associates and beyond. Another ambulance was donated to NC Medical College & Hospital under the observation of Dr Prasun Chatterjee for senior citizens. Ambulances are equipped with full life support (Fully equipped with an oxygen cylinder, fittings and a stretcher). The aim behind this donation is to provide all the necessary and modish facilities to needy senior citizens without any extra expense and delay. The dedicated ambulance will boost the healthcare infrastructure of this area, in terms of transporting patients and doctors from far-flung zones, and providing people with access to basic healthcare facilities such as routine check-ups, diagnosis and treatment.”
Since its inception, Lapcare has been engaging in various CSR activities since the company believes in maximising shared value among organisations, employees, customers, shareholders, and community members. Providing ambulances with advanced lifesaving equipment to the NGO will ensure the first line of treatment for patients. During the current pandemic, transportation of severely infected patients is often a challenge across the country. Administering oxygen to patients inside the ambulance also becomes essential in many cases.