Musical extravaganza enthralled audience at St. John’s auditorium on Sunday
Bengaluru, April 26: There may be an end to cure, but there’s no end to care. Through the power of music, Swaranubhuthi brings people together to make every moment count for families battling serious life limiting diseases and disorders.
The Fifth edition of – Swaraanubhuthi- a musical charitable extravaganza was organised under the aegis of Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement (SVYM) to build awareness about Palliative Care Programme on Sunday at St. John’s auditorium, Koramangala.
The program helps raise funds to enable serving those in dire need.
SVYM’s Palliative Care Program is a holistic, specialized medical care, provided free of cost, for people suffering from life-limiting conditions like cancer, HIV, Stroke, Kidney failure, etc. It aims to alleviate suffering and provide relief from pain. The goal of palliative care is to improve the quality of life for the patient and their families through physical, emotional, social, economic and spiritual needs.
SVYM has been organizing Swaranubuthi since 2015. Funds raised during Swaraanubhuthi helped us serve many people in different locations including Mysuru, Saragur, Hassan and Dharwad. We were also able to rise to the emerging challenges of the recent pandemic and have included tele-counseling to those in need. We have served over 6000 families through institutional and home-based care so far and are in the process of spreading our reach further.
Esteemed singers Rajesh Krishnan along with Manasa Holla, Nadeera Banu and his musical team lent their golden voice for the noble cause.
M/s MSSV & Co., Varadarajan, Dr. C. N. Jagadish and B.V. Kulkarni were honored for their outstanding service, guidance and constant support since inception of SVYM’s Palliative care program.
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