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Cloudnine - Make A Wish Foundation

December 3, 2020


  • Cloudnine Children’s day carnival was open to all moms and children in Bangalore
  • Children’s day Carnival witnessed more than 100 moms coming and over 125 children participated in the fun-filled siesta
  • Mums and kids participated attending music session, photographed themselves in imaginative props and imaginative balloon tricks
  • Three wishes of children chosen to make a wish foundation to be fulfilled

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November 14, 2011: Cloudnine, the premier birthing centre, having been crowned the best maternity & Newborn Care Hospital in Karnataka recently by Brands Academy organized a gala session of Cloudnine Children’s day carnival to commemorate Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s birth anniversary and also contribute towards the needy.

The initiative was organized with the objective to have moms contribute for a good cause where the amount collected was doubled and donated to the well known social organization ‘Make a Wish Foundation’ that fulfils wishes of children from age 3-18 with life-threatening diseases.

Three wishes of children including a Bicycle, handheld videogame and a dress was chosen among the wish list to be fulfilled. The event saw more than 100 enthusiastic moms coming and over 50 children participating in the fun and social event.

To make the carnival interesting and informative, the Carnival had a host of events lined up for mums and children including a talk on Toddler discipline by Dr Kishore Kumar, senior Neonatologist and CEO of Cloudnine hospitals.

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Other initiatives included a musical performance by jazz and Children’s music entertainer Mr Savio Noranha, Innovative Balloon tricks by Mr Bob and an impressive photo studio for children using butterfly, chicken and crown props by Meri Yadeein.

Talking about the Cloudnine Children’s day Carnival, Dr Kishore Kumar, CEO, Cloudnine hospital said,

We being a premier birthing centre obviously deal with lots of children and doing anything that interests them or moms is something close to our heart and we are happy with the response.

Also this time we have managed to collect a sizeable amount for Children’s day Carnival and more than happy to double that amount to give it to an innovative social organization like ‘Make a Wish Foundation’ that touches needy children’s hearts through the fulfilment of their wishes.

It was also touching to see nearby schools sending their children who had loads of fun for this fun children’s day at Cloudnine”.

About Cloudnine

Cloudnine has the distinction of delivering more than 7500 babies in Bangalore since its inception in 2007 with globally best in class morbidity and mortality outcomes – ZERO percent maternal mortality and 99.83% survival for babies despite them saving lot of babies as small as 500 gms and born as early as 24 weeks – similar to many developed countries.

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Apart from maternal care, Cloudnine also ranks as the premier institute for gynaecology and neonatal care services in the city. Cloudnine has pioneered the concept of “celebrating” the entire journey of pregnancy and beyond by introducing several innovations in which the mother and newborn are treated as “NORMAL people” rather than “patients”.

Currently based in Bangalore in Jaynagar the company is soon going operational at Old Airport Road, Malleshwaram and an annexe centre at Jaynagar. Cloudnine hospitals will soon be coming to other cities and metros and as their motto – they are here to REVOLUTIONISE maternal and neonatal care in India.

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