The AMCB Foundation provided medical treatment in the villages in Bangladesh in April 2022
Starting in April 2022, The AMCB Foundation will be providing monthly medical clinics at its medical facility and distribution center in Bikrampur Khilgaon in the Munshiganj District in Central Bangladesh for those villagers who can’t afford medical care.
The first clinic occured on April 11, 2022. At that clinic, The AMCB Foundation provided eye treatment to over 60 patients at its facility in Bikrampur Khilgaon. This medical clinic was conducted in collaboration with the Asia Digital Eye Hospital of Dhaka City. Patients came from Bikrampur Khilgaon and several surrounding villages. The doctors treated a wide variety of eye ailments. In several cases they recommended follow up care, including preparing several patients for eye surgery. Volunteers are working on setting up further care for these patients.
Please take a look at some of the photos below. If you wish to help us provide medical care and other essentials (such as blankets, food, clothing, and school supplies) to those in need, please donate. Every little bit helps.
AMCB Foundation Distributes More Than 400 Blankets in the Munshiganj District of Bangladesh
During the first week of December 2021, the AMCB Foundation distributed more than 400 blankets in the village Bikrampur Khilgaon and some surrounding villages in Munshiganj District, Bangladesh. The event received coverage in both the newspaper and television. Check out below for some photos of the event.
This event is part of our regular distribution program in rural Bangladesh. During these events, we will hold medical clinics at our rural medical facility in Bikrampur Khilgaon and distribute necessities such as food, clothing, blankets, and related items in different surrounding villages. Some of these events are done with the help of other charitable organizations.
We are planning additional events for the next few months. If you are interested in helping out the rural poor and needy people, click here.
During the first week of September 2021, AMCB Foundation Bangladesh, in coordination with the Munshiganj District branch of Bangladesh Human Rights Development Commission, worked to reduce the mosquito population in Bikrampur Khilgaon and surrounding villages.
In the last few months, Bangladesh suffered an endemic of Dengu Fever. Dengu Fever is carried by mosquitoes and can lead to serious illness or death. A large number of people in Bangladesh were infected with Dengu Fever, which led to many deaths.
As part of the larger efforts to combat Dengu Fever, AMCB Foundation Bangladesh and the Mushiganj District Branch of the Bangladesh Human Rights Development Commission sprayed several villages to help control the mosquito population. Please click here for more information about the efforts and see below for some photos.
If you are interested in helping us improve the public health of people in need in Bangladesh, please click here. Thank you for your support!
During the first week of June, 2021 (June 2, 2021) we focused on our beloved city of San Antonio to help fight COVID-19. We donated $450 to the Center for Refugee Services to help legally settled refugees, many who lost their minimum wage jobs due to the effects of COVID-19.
If you are interested in helping us provide more aid to those affected by COVID-19 in San Antonio and/or Bangladesh, please donate today! Every little bit helps those in need.
The AMCB Foundation Bangladesh treated over 600 patients at a free medical clinic in the Munshiganj district
On April 3, 2021, AMCB Foundation Bangladesh conducted a free medical clinic. During this event, more than 600 poor and needy patients from more than 12 villages were provided free medical treatment and free medicine.
This free medical clinic was held in collaboration with both the Munshiganj district branch of the Bangladesh Human Rights Development Commission and the Ichhapura Government Model High School. The medical clinic was conducted in the medical facility and distribution center of AMCB Foundation Bangladesh in the village Bikrampur Khilgaon, Munshiganj district in Central Bangladesh.
Please check out some photos from the medical clinic below. If you wish to help us provide more free medical care for those in need, please donate! Every little bit helps.
Help us support Deshfest!
We are announcing Deshfest, which is a virtual fundraiser held on March 26 to support charities working in Bangladesh. Our goal is to increase awareness for the charitable works done by these participating organizations.
Right now, the following organizations are participating in Deshfest:
We can use your help! The more people we reach, the more we can raise awareness for our causes and partner organizations.
How can you help?
If you are interested in helping out further or joining Deshfest, email us at email@example.com. To learn more about Deshfest and the charities involved, visit our website at www.deshfest.org. We hope to hear from you soon!
Join us on March 26 for Deshfest!
We are announcing Deshfest, a virtual fundraising event on March 26, 2021 (Bangladesh Independence Day). This is the first time we're doing this and we hope to make it a regular fundraising event.
Our goal is to bring together charities and social groups to help the poor and needy in Bangladesh. On March 26, we will advertising these groups. We are hoping you will donate to the different charities and/or help publicize this event on social media.
To learn more, visit our website at www.deshfest.org. If you are interested in joining, helping out, or learning more, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The AMCB Foundation participates in an 11,000 blanket distribution event in Bangladesh
On January 21, 2021, AMCB Foundation Bangladesh (the Bangladesh entity of the AMCB Foundation), collaborated with the Munshiganj district branch of the Bangladesh Human Rights Development Commission, a Bangladesh charitable organization, to distribute blankets to the rural poor and needy people of more than 8 villages. The distribution was conducted in the Ichhapura Model High School playground in the Munshiganj district in Central Bangladesh. During the event, which was conducted using social distancing protocols, 11,000 blankets were distributed. AMCB Foundation Bangladesh provided and distributed 200 of those blankets. Check out below for some photos and a television news report about the event.
This event is part of AMCB Foundation Bangladesh’s regular distribution program, which occurs in rural Bangladesh and occasionally in Dhaka city. During these events, we will hold medical clinics at our rural medical facility and distribute necessary items such as food, clothing, blankets, sanitary items, and school supplies. Some of these events will be done together with other charitable organizations.
We are planning additional events for the next few months. All future relief efforts will take all necessary precautions related to Coronavirus and will follow the Bangladesh Government’s Coronavirus related restrictions.
If you are interested in helping out, click here.
Also - check out video from the event!
The AMCB Foundation to be featured on the Big Give SA's livestream on September 10, 2020!
On September 10, 2020, during the Big Give SA, the AMCB Foundation will be featured on the Big Give SA's livestream from 11:10 a.m. to 11:20 a.m. (Central Time). This is a great chance to learn more about the AMCB Foundation and how you can help out.
The Big Give SA is a one-day fundraiser for charities that work in Greater San Antonio, such as the AMCB Foundation. To view the livestream on September 10 at 11:10 a.m., please visit the Big Give SA's website or their Facebook page.
To donate to the AMCB Foundation for the Big Give SA, click here. Also, help us spread the word about the Big Give SA by sharing this post!
We're annoucing that we will participate in the Big Give SA fundraising drive on September 10, 2020. We are raising money to help those affected by COVID-19 in Greater San Antonio. To learn more or to donate, click here.
For more information about the Big Give SA, click here.
AMCB Foundation Staff