• BloodConnect started in Delhi in 2010. In 4 years, the Delhi chapter has grown to include over 100 volunteers from different colleges of Delhi-NCR. The team has also led expansion to the various chapters in Kanpur, Lucknow, Punjab, Chandigarh and Jodhpur. The current heads responsible for various aspects of BloodConnect are mentioned below:

    Delhi Team Heads

    Nachiketa Goyal
    President, BloodConnect Delhi
    He served as the Media and Marketing Head (2012-13) in BloodConnect. A graduate in Law, he describes his journey in BloodConnect so far as very close to his heart. In addition to being a sports enthusiast, he loves travelling and exploring new places.

    Shivani Garg
    Vice President - Camps, BloodConnect Delhi
    Pursuing Chemical Engineering from IIT-Delhi, she has been a part of BloodConnect since a year. Besides excelling in academics and extra-curricular activities, she loves watching sports, playing basketball and has a keen interest in fine arts as well.

    Prashant Babber
    Vice President - Helpline, BloodConnect Delhi
    Pursuing Electrical Communication Engineering from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, he has been a part of the BloodConnect team since 2013 and has been a vital force behind the strengthening and improving of the helpline system.

    Srikar Chakilam
    Vice President - Awareness, BloodConnect Delhi
    Pursuing Electrical Engineering from IIT-Delhi, he has been a part of BloodConnect since 2013 and attributes a lot of leadership skills to the organization. He has served as the marketing and public relations executive for a few esteemed organizations.

    P. Vamshidhar Reddy
    IIT Delhi Team Head, BloodConnect Delhi
    Pursuing Electrical Engineering from IIT-Delhi, he has been a part of the BloodConnect team since the past one year and is constantly motivated towards the cause. Extremely hard-working, he is also serving as a Secretary in the NSS unit of IIT Delhi.

    Nisha Todi
    Jesus and Mary Team Head, BloodConnect Delhi
    Pursuing B.Com from Jesus and Mary College, she joined BloodConnect in February 2013 and says that learning new things has been a part of her journey in the organization. Her interests include dancing, listening to music, watching television and travelling.

    Rajshree Sharma
    Lady Shri Ram College Team Head, BloodConnect Delhi
    Pursuing English (Hons.) from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, she describes BloodConnect as an amazing platform for individuals who are driven with a zeal to make a difference. She is also a member of the SPIC MACAY, LSR Chapter.

    Stuti Uppal
    Gargi College Team Head, BloodConnect Delhi
    Pursuing B.Com (Hons.), she has been an active member of the BloodConnect team since her first year. Besides being an achiever in academics, she likes reading fiction, playing badminton and dancing.

    Shakti Prajapati
    Venkateswara College Team Head, BloodConnect Delhi
    Pursuing B.Sc in Life Sciences, he feels fortunate to be a part of BloodConnect and attributes his new found confidence to interacting with different kinds of people while working for the noble cause. A wildlife enthusiast, he is a part of the Wildlife Society of his college.

  • BloodConnect is participating in Gudville Ripple Rewards competition. In this contest we are required to use the Ripple Campaign platform to secure support for our cause from as many individuals as possible. Every month, the organization with the biggest supporter base gets awarded cash prize. We hope to slowly increase our supporter base to win the competition every few months (4-6 months). If you like what we do, and want to help us save more lives, please support us on the below mentioned link.

    Support Us



    Blood donation is the easiest and the most powerful way to make an impact. With each unit you give, you can save up to 4 lives!
    Want to know if you are eligible to donate blood? Click here to know more about various eligibility critera

    There are multiple ways in which you can save lives:
    • Register with us: We will contact you when there is an emergency blood request. Click here to register
    • Donate blood/ platelets at your nearest hospital: Contact us & we will help you here
  • Organizing blood donation camps is the perfect way to cater to the demand of blood. Everyone wants to contribute towards the society and save lives. You, as a camp organizer, are giving everyone a chance to do so. Organize these camps regularly and bring smiles to many faces.

    To organize a camp with us, fill up this form

    The BloodConnect team, consisting of passionate students, has been organizing blood donation camps for more than 3 years. It has experience of organizing these camps in various locations. Our team is there to help you through all the steps of organizing the blood donation camp. Find below, a step by step process:

    Contact us:

    We are there to ensure, you organize a successful blood donation camp. Fill up this form to contact us or send us an email.

    Finalize a venue:

    We can organize the camp in a college, corporate office and residential area. If you cannot find a properly ventilated location inside the building, we can also help you organize a camp outside in a bus/van.

    Confirm a date:

    Finalize a date 2-3 weeks in advance. We contact the various blood banks on your behalf and it usually takes 2-4 days to finalize the blood bank. After that, we should leave 2 weeks time for the publicity of the camp. 


    We need to publicize the camp in all ways possible- online mailing, posters and standees. We have a collection of posters, which will help you out in this process. We can also organize an awareness session if required.

    Camp Day:

    Our volunteers are there before the start to help you out in arranging the venue. They will plan out the decorations such that the donor feels special while donating blood at the camp. There are also certain requirements on camp day such as water, electricity supply, tables, etc., which we will inform you beforehand.

    Post Camp work:

    We send out mails to all donors thanking them for donating blood and asking them for the feedback on the camp. Based on that, we judge how successful the camp was and what all needs to be worked upon for future blood donation camps.

    Which blood bank do we call for the camp?

    We only organize blood donation camps with government blood banks. We believe that in the government blood banks/govt. hospitals, majority of the blood is used to help out the underprivileged. It goes in-line with our objective to help those who are in dire need and those who cannot get help by any other means. We finalize the blood bank based on 3 factors: Shortage in blood bank at that time, the distance of the venue from the blood bank and your preference.

  • BloodConnect team has grown from a size of 4-5 to a team of 100+ students. With our expansion to different cities going at a fast pace, we are always looking for more volunteers to join our cause. We have a very flexible structure and hope our volunteers learn about all aspects of our organization. However if you do have an expertise in any specific aspect of an organization's functioning, you are certainly welcome to help us in that.
    The kind of work that our team members do right now:

    • Handle helpline: Talk to people who need blood; Arrange donors to help them
    • Organize blood donation camps: Contact colleges, corporates, RWAs; Help organize a successful camp
    • Be creative, help in publicity: Design posters; Make videos; Write articles; Help us in our online publicity
    • Get media support, sponsors: Contact newspapers, radio channels; Publicize the cause; Get us funds
    • Support Expansion: After gaining the expertise in various aspects, help us expand our work in different cities

    • To volunteer with us, please fill the form given below.

      Bring smiles to many faces by being the link between the blood requester and the donor. Join BloodConnect and be a life-saver.