In the year 2014 Bhavna took the initiative to start the very challenging task of setting up the deceased organ donation and transplant program in Rajasthan. An NGO was set up with the partnership of MOHAN Foundation and Jaipur Citizen Forum called MFJCF. Bhavna has always been a crusader for various causes in Jaipur. During her 3rd pregnancy, Bhavna lost her vision due to a drug reaction. Miraculously the vision returned after a month. However the experience changed her. Believing that there is a purpose in everything, Bhavna founded the Eye Bank Society of Rajasthan (EBSR) along with Late Shri M. L. Mehta in 2002. The primary objective of EBSR was cornea collection. Since its inception, more than 4000 people have got vision as a result of efforts by the EBSR.
MFJCF is working closely with the Rajasthan government to set protocols & guidelines, enable training of the medical staff and to create awareness on organ donation. The MFJCF staff sensitively counsels families of brain dead persons in SMS government hospital to encourage them to donate their loved ones organs to save the lives of other people needing organs. A start, even if modest, has been made in deceased organ donation in Rajasthan, both in public and private hospitals and 12 multi organ donations have taken place since MFJCF was formed generating 38 organs.
MFJCF was also instrumental in setting up the RNOS (Rajasthan Network of Organ Sharing). This online secure registry is to enable a fair and equitable distribution of organs to recipients waiting for organ transplantation from various hospitals in the state of Rajasthan.