Paraplegic Rehabilitation Center, Range Hills, Pune, Maharashtra, India

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Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre

Donations

How can you help?

You can extend your help in various ways. Well-wishers have been helping us in kind, through donations or have been volunteering their services-such as training the residents in painting/music, etc. We will be delighted to have you visit us.

Appeal for Assistance

All donations are exempted under section 80-G of Income Tax Act 1961.

The Centre is the only hope for paraplegics from the three defense services. Maintaining the facilities to a standard and enlarging the scope to accommodate the ever-increasing number of paraplegics, a continuous flow of funds is necessary. The Center, therefore, appeals to all charity-minded individuals and organizations. Please donate generously to the PRC and enable us to mitigate the physical and psychological disability of our ex-servicemen.     


Instructions for online transfers:- 

  • Account Name: Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre
  • Account Number: 0278000100174484
  • Bank Name: Punjab National Bank (PNB)
  • Branch Name: Kirkee, Pune 
  • IFSC Code: PUNB0027800


Note: Kindly share with us details of online transfer through email - prckirkee1974@gmail.com.


A crossed cheque/demand draft can be sent in the name of "Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre" and send it to:-


Medical Director

Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre, Park Road

Range Hills, Kirkee, Pune-411020

Maharashtra, India

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Jai Hind Saab,


That's what you hear or greeted with when you meet any resident of the Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre, located in Khadki, Pune.


It gives you Goosebumps!


These are extraordinary men. They joined the Armed forces with a dream to protect the motherland but were unfortunate to suffer accidents while on duty.


Lesser mortals would have been shattered. Legs that climbed the mountains and crossed difficult terrains are now non-functional. Hands that held the guns and were trained to lob grenades are now used to move around on/maneuver wheelchairs.


Their spirits are, however, anything but broken. Their positivity will rub off on you when you chat with them or when you just meet them - "Jai Hind Saab"!


They use their remaining faculties to not just live but to paint, to play music, to exercise, to play sports at a competitive level, to work for a living!


That's the spirit of the Armed Forces! They know how to win ....... Against all odds!


Jai Hind!

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