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Request Letter For Dispensary Donation

You can write to different individuals in authority to ask them open a dispensary in an area where medical facilities are not present and people suffer. These Sample letters can show you how to. Letter to The Editor about The Need of Opening A Dispensary You can easily modify these to use these according to your desired purpose and reason.

Request Letter For Dispensary Donation

To,

The Commissioner,

Municipal Corporation,

Darbhanga, Bihar.

Subject: Request to open a Dispensary.

Respected Sir,

I am Arjun Mishra, I am a resident of Village Berhampur, Bihar. I am writing you this representing all the Berhampur residents and on behalf of them, I am requesting you to open a dispensary here. We people are in a dire need of a dispensary and doctors here. We have reached to authorities multiple times but no action has been taken for it. I am writing you this after losing our people to normal diseases which could have been treated with medicines if were present and if doctors were near and have reached on time. The nearest clinic we have is 6 km away. So in any case of emergency we locals face problems.

Kindly consider my request and send your team for inspection for the need and lack of basic facilities here. Your duty is to take care of this that’s why I am requesting you to send a medical team here for our people so we can access medicines on time when needed. I will be waiting for instant actions to protect our people from your side, Sir.

Thanks,

Arjun Mishra,

Berhampur, Bihar.

Sample Request Letter for Dispensary Donation

To,

The Commissioner,

Municipal Corporation,

 Hisar.

Subject: Request Letter for Dispensary Donation.

Respected Sir,

I am writing you this from Banbhori Hisar to draw your attention towards the lack of facilities be it of any kind in our village. Our small village has 1750 people living in it at the moment and no basic facilities are present to our people. But the most important is the lack of medical facilities here. We have no clinic in our locality. To get any kind of medical treatment or only to get medicines for simple fever our residents have to travel to the nearby village’s small clinic which takes a 1.5-hour worth drive only to go there. In case of an emergency we most of the time are unable to rush our critical patients there and unfortunately, some people have lost their precious family members only because help couldn’t arrive in time. This is the government’s duty to take care of people and ensure their safety. Therefore I am requesting you to assign a medical team here in our village and open up a pharmacy along with a dispensary with doctors available here as soon as possible. I will be hoping for instant action from your side.

Thanks,

Anand Singh.

Request Letter for Clinic Donation

To,

The Deputy Commissioner,

Ambala.

Subject: Request to open a Dispensary.

Respected Sir,

I am writing you this representing my villagers, our village is near Ahmad Pur it is a small village with a population of 1000 people. You being in the direct authority to take actions for the public, I decided to let you know about the lack of essential facilities in our area. Sadly, the government always talks about ensuring the safety of the people but we see no real actions being taken, I have tried contacting multiple authorities about this but no one is showing concern for the health issues we face for survival.  we have no dispensary and doctors available in our area. We have lost our kids and people. Especially pregnant women can not survive in this situation because every time in case of any emergency the situation goes way worse because of the lack of help arriving in time. The nearest hospital is at a distance of 15 km. No dispensary is present that’s why I am requesting you to send a medical team as soon as possible for us and open up a municipal dispensary in our village for your people. I will be waiting for instant action from your side believing that you are actually trying to perform your duties.

Hopeful,

Rahul Kundra.