KVR Foundation donates for Kerala Flood relief

Hyderabad: KVR Foundation ( Late Kasu Vengala Reddy – Foundation ,Brother of late Kasu Brahmananda Reddy – Former Chief Minister of A.P), the philanthropic wing of Kasu Prasad Reddy – Founder & Co-Chairman of MaxiVision Super Specialty Eye hospitals, has donated 500 kits of Kerala Flood relief material worth of Rs. 10 lakhs for support towards relief and rehabilitation efforts in Kerala. KVR Foundation & MaxiVision Super Specialty Eye hospitals staff has been assisting flood effected people in Kerala providing flood relief kits to the families. The kits have mosquito coils, Bath Soaps, clothes, Bedsheets, Candles, torch lights, tea, sugar, medicines etc.KVR foundation teams have handed over kits to 500 families in Kerala with the help of local volunteers.


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Maxivision Super Specialty Eye Hospitals are renowned for blending traditional hospitality with state-of-the-art ophthalmic care. Offering specialized treatment, we are the first choice of local & international patients and important celebrities alike. Maxivision has been swiftly moving towards its goal of achieving excellence by providing equitable and efficient eye care for everyone.


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o 12 super speciality eye hospitals in 6 cities

o More than 2.4 million patient strong

o More than 0.3 million eye surgeries


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