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Raju family donates $50,000 dollars to BC Children’s Hospital

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 24 Jul, 2020
  • Raju family donates $50,000 dollars to BC Children’s Hospital

A generous act of philanthropy from a South Asian family in the community. There couldn't be a better way to celebrate the birth of a newborn child than a generous donation to those children who need it the most.

The grandparents of the Raju family made a pledge that when their grandchild would be born they would make a substantial donation to the BC Children’s Hospital. The Raju family has followed through with their promise.

The family has been blessed with a granddaughter and on Amari’s first birthday the family has made a $50,000 dollar donation to the hospital.

A huge congratulations to you on the birth of your granddaughter. 

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