Medical Camps/Medical Supplies

Provide access to medical treatment

At Sangamithra Foundation we believe that access to quality health care is a basic human right that must be made available to all, especially those with little access to medical care. Over the years we have supported various free medical camps for the impoverished and provided critical medical aid and supplies where needed. 

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Support quality healthcare

 Here are some of the projects that we supported and continue to support annually: 

  • Sangamithra provides an inventory of medicines every year to Sukratham Charitable Trust for free medical camps conducted to help impoverished tribal communities living in remote villages that have no access to quality health care. We have been supporting this initiative since 2014.  
  • Donated water beds and hospital equipment to Home of Hope, a non-profit palliative care clinic that provides free services to underprivileged cancer patients. 2014 
  • Donated crutches, braces and other mobility aids to the Association for People with Disabilities, an organization that empowers economically disadvantaged people with disabilities and enables their integration into the mainstream. 2014 
  • Donated to Ekam Foundation to provide timely lab investigations for over 100 children in urgent need of medical care. These children come from economically disadvantaged families that do not have the means to provide for their medical treatment. 2015 
  • Donated to the Matthews Free Medical Clinic, a non-profit that provides free quality health care to low income, uninsured patients in Matthews, North Carolina. 2015 
  • Donated the lifesaving medicine ‘Entaliv’ via Solace Foundation to treat underprivileged children suffering with cancer. 2017 
  • Donated urgently needed pharmaceuticals to the Banyan. The Banyan is a non-profit that rehabilitates homeless women with mental health issues 
  • Collaborated with other non-profits to donate 1000 oximeters to underprivileged people in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. 2021 
  • Collaborated with Cochin Shipyard to donate an ambulance to Seva Bharathi. This ambulance will be used to help disadvantaged people in remote villages access hospitals and other emergency care. 2021