District project for the Inner Wheel Clubs of Colombo, Colombo Nawa Udana , Anuradhapura and Jaffna was completed. Medication and syringes where handed over to Cancer Hospital children’s ward.
Supported a courageous mother, Rukshika, in her small-scale catering venture by donating a rice cooker, 2 large saucepans, a steamer and a gas cylinder. The owner of “Ruk’s Kitchen”, Rukshika is using the proceeds of her business to put her three daughters through school. It is truly a family affair as her husband supports the…
Donated urgently requested medicines as well as an umbrella, a wall fan, four packs of adult diapers and a box of milk biscuits to the residents at Cheshire Home, a home for the differently abled. This is the oldest and longest-running project of the club.
Donated cancer medications for Leukemia to the Apeksha Hospital Paediatric Unit in Maharagama.
Donated a wheelchair to the Indira Cancer Trust in Maharagama.
Donated beautiful pre-loved children’s books to the Children of Joy Home in celebration of Literacy Month. The children were also gifted biscuits and chocolates by the club.
The club conducted an Environmental Education and Conservation project in two schools in the Hambantota District. 200 plus children in junior and secondary grades benefited from this program in the collaboration with the dynamic youthwing @wnpssl.org. The children were interactively taught about the effects of the environment and human elephant conflict, and we conducted a…
Donated 100 English and Sinhala books from various genres, including fiction, non-fiction, literature and educational texts which were gifted by the Asia Foundation in celebration of World Literacy Day to Rajagaha Ela Junior School in Pallapitiya, Gampola.
Collaborated with Nazia Yakoob to host a special day of yummy goodness for the children at Suwa Arana, Indira Cancer Trust. Since September is “Childhood Cancer Month”, The session was a wonderful form of relaxation therapy where the little patients turned into little master chefs. The tiny tots had a blast mixing batter, waiting impatiently…
Celebrated International Literacy Day with a special guest author Ameena Hussein. Ameena shared her experiences that went into researching her best-selling book, “Chasing Tall Tales and Mystics: Ibn Battuta in Sri Lanka”. Food and fellowship were enjoyed by all after Ameena’s riveting lecture.