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Welcome to the Inaugural Edition of VIVAREA’s Newsletter! We are thrilled to present the first edition of our residential newsletter; bringing you the latest updates, events, and happenings within our vibrant condominium community. Stay connected, informed, and engaged as we embark on this exciting journey together.

Welcome to the Inaugural Edition of VIVAREA’s Newsletter!

We are thrilled to present the first edition of our residential newsletter; bringing you the latest updates, events, and happenings within our vibrant condominium community. Stay connected, informed, and engaged as we embark on this exciting journey together.

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NEW

CAMPAIGNS

Great ways for VIVAREA to give back to the wider community

while also promoting a healthy and happy lifestyle within.

Blood Donation

Camp

The blood donation camp held at

VIVAREA's Medical Centre, was

a great success, with many

residents showing their support

for the initiative. It not only

helped to increase awareness

about the importance of blood

donation but also provided an

opportunity for everyone to come

together and support a good

cause. Overall, the blood donation

camp organized by H.N Reliance

Foundation Hospital was a great

example of how a small initiative

can make a big impact.

Shoes Donation

Drive

Goonj, a non-profit

organization that works towards

humanitarian causes, organized

the camp in collaboration with

VIVAREA to collect and

distribute shoe soles to those in

need. The camp was a great

opportunity for residents to give

back to the community and

support a noble cause. It was

heartening to see the enthusiasm

and generosity of the residents,

who came forward to donate

their old shoes for a good cause.

Health Talk

Seminar

A special seminar led by Dr.

Ashish Contractor form H.N

Reliance Foundation Hospital

was held on 9th April at the

MPR, clubhouse. He

emphasized that regular

exercise can help reduce the

risk of hear-related diseases,

stroke and other chronic

diseases. However, he also

highlighted the potential risks

associated with high-intensity

sports, particularly for those

with underlying heart

conditions.

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