US Doctors Association Gives away $110,000 To NGO’s

by Medindia Content Team on  August 1, 2005 at 9:17 PM General Health News
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US Doctors Association Gives away  $110,000 To NGO’s
The Association of Tamilnadu Medical Graduates (ATMG) of the US has given $110,000 in aid to five NGOs for social causes in Tamil Nadu.

The ATMG-run Charitable Foundation collected the money from about 5,000 doctor members in the US.

The Voluntary Health Services received $50,000 to be spent on tsunami relief. The other NGOs are the YWCA, Mary Clubwala Girls High School, the Kumarasamy Health Centre in Kanyakumari and Serve The Helpless.

( Source: IANS)

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