Recent Activities

HVB is happy to announce that we supported our first kidney transplant as well as providing hearing to Ayush, a 2 year old who is deaf and dumb. Ayush will be operated at Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai and we wish him well in his recovery. (more…)

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Fortis Heart Hospital, Mulund, Mumbai

Dr Vijay Agarwal, Consultant paediatric cardiac surgeon has performed numerous and often extremely complex heart surgeries in infants and children with great success. Surgeries are done in congenitally defective hearts where the major blood vessels and chambers are malformed, blocked or missing and lifesaving operations have to be done very quickly to save the ailing children. HVB continue to assist Dr Agarwal and his team by sponsoring some of these operations.

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The Virat Hospice, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

The Virat Hospice celebrated their fifth anniversary in April 2018 and in this short period they have built their own state of art hospice and medical facility. Terminally ill patients are given full nursing care 24 hours a day. A new block is being constructed for paraplegic patients with full physiotherapy unit. The hospice has cared for over 901 terminally ill patients since April 2018. This is a staggering figure reflecting the dedicated service by the Virat team. The new block has modern 29 bed capacity in a clean environment and is almost daily full. As all the beds are now fully occupied and a waiting list in place for new admissions, the hospice has now decided to provide Cancer Prevention Centre. This is under construction and will provide preventive medicine, health education, workshops and seminars. The CEO of hospice...

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Sri Sathya Sai Aradhana Day Mahotsavam

Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust, Prasanthi Nilayam kindly allowed HVB to participate in the Narayana Seva during the recent Sai Aradhana Day in Puttaparthi, India. HVB generously contributed towards feeding more than 50,000 people in the Hill View Stadium. It was also a privilege as we distributed dhotis and sarees to these men and women who came from poorer sections of the society.

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