ALERT (Amenity Lifeline Emergency Response Team) is a volunteer driven NGO, that empowers a common man in case of an emergency to ensure ‘Right to Life’ a reality in India!
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No partner gets benefited from transactions, they get benefited by dividends, in this case for ALERT’s sponsors, the lives saved.
99% to VoICEs and 1% score go to the hospital to save a life.
The government cannot work on its own, it needs the help of NGOs like ALERT
ALERT is an NGO that trains people in First Aid and life-saving techniques in real-life situations. ALERT is driven by a few individuals who are passionate about their cause with a high level of dedication and determination.
We thank you very much for your association with our team for more than a year to provide voluntary training on "FIRST AID"...
Every child should be empowered in first aid.
You can save a life. It is easy to learn Life Saving Techniques. Join ALERT
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If all of us have this attitude and helping nature, then no pandemic can do anything
“I look forward to being part of ALERT’s noble mission to save lives”
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Listen from real heroes
- I had just then attended a First responder’s training at ALERT an hour ago, and I had come back home for lunch. All of a sudden, I heard a loud sound.
- Today morning I was on the way to my office near Ambattur estate signal on the opposite side. Inside the road there was a group of people seeing that I crossed them without noticing the victim.
- கண்ணீர் மல்க முதல் உதவி செய்த தருணம். வியாழன் (06/09/2018) மாலை நான்கு மணி நானும் என் நண்பனும் வேலை முடித்து வீடு திரும்பும் நேரம் ஒரகடம் சந்திப்பில் ஒரு பெரிய கூட்டம் (சுமார் 50 பேர் இருந்திருப்பார்கள்).
- I have been a First Responder for the Metro Rail Pilot project. I was returning home from my night shift duty and was crossing the Padi flyover when I saw an accident on the way.