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42nd Regional Convention – Sri Lanka Region held at Grand Oriental Hotel, Colombo 1 on 27th June 2017.

The Inaugural ceremony of the 42ndt Regional Convention commenced by Welcoming the Chief Guest Asia Area President Dr. Hsiao, and Guest of Honour, Mr. Nirmal De Fonseka, President of National Council of YMCA by Y’s Youth Natasha Balthazaar by pinning flowers, followed by lighting of floating by RD Prasantha De Silva, Asia Area President Dr. Tung Ming Hsiao , Guest of Honour, Mr. Nirmal De Fonseka, RDE Ranarajah Seresinhe, IPRD Sarojini Nagendran, RS Suranganie Francis, RT Fredrick Mohanraj, PAP Rita Hettiarachi, DG South Western, Errol Gibson, DG Central Eastern Sarath Ariyarathne and ASD Dushyanthi Latino.

The lighting of candles was followed by the Flag Ceremony, where the club flags were carried by the respective club representatives to the call of MC. Thereafter the National Anthem was sung by all followed by the Y's Men's pledge & prayer, with a moments silence observed for those of other faiths, followed by a minute's silence observed for deceased members. Special Mention was made of Dr. Paul Perera , a former member of Kurunegala Club who died 03 days before the Convention. Thereafter, the Bible reading was done by RS Suranganie Francis followed by the traditional presentation of the Bible by RS to Regional Director Prasantha De Silva.

YL Suranganie Francis of Young Moratuwa Club was re-appointed as Convention Scribe, while YM Chinthan De Silva of Colombo club was appointed as the Y’s Guy. RD Prasantha, extended a warm welcome to all who gathered for the 42nd Convention. Specially, he welcomed Area President, Dr. Tung Ming Hsiao for consenting to be our Chief Guest amongst his busy schedule of work. He said that he is very impressed with the large gathering, when compared to the previous conventions , thus encouraging him to continue as the Regional Director for the 2nd term of Office from July 2017 and work more conscientiously to the betterment of Y’s dom. He pledged that he will work very hard to achieve the goals of extending more clubs and few youth clubs during the year. He said his Theme will be the same as last year i.e. “United we Stand together, Divided we Fall”. In keeping with this Theme, he sought the fullest support and co-operation from members to carry the Organization forward whilst helping the Community at large, following in the footsteps of Jesus Christ.

Thereafter, PAP Rita Hettiarachchi introduced the Chief Guest, AP Dr. Tung Ming Hsiao from Taiwan. He is an Entomologist by profession. He had studied at National Chung Hsing University and a specialist of Malaria Control in Bolivia , Secretary General of Taipei City, Health Dept., Director General of Food Safety Bureau, Taiwan Govt. and a Director of Health Dept. Taipei Representative Office in EU and Belgium. He is well known in Taiwan for his services in controlling Malaria and fondly known as Dr. Mosquito.

He is affiliated to Taipei Alpha Y’s Men Club which was chartered in March 1955. He has joined this Club in July 1998 and was Club President in 2003/04. He was the RSD Community Services in Taiwan Region from 2006 to 2008 and was the RSD Travel Coordinator in 2008/09. He became the RD in Taiwan Region in 2013/14 and presently he is the Asia Area President and assumed duties as Area President from 1st July 2016.

Chief Guest, Dr. Hsiao first explained about his career which earned him the name of Dr. Mosquito. He said, during his career, he was aiding and responsible for the Mosquito control in Taiwan and afterwards he was sent to South Africa and Bolivia to assist them to eradicate mosquitos.

He said he is honored to be the Chief Guest at this 42nd Regional Convention and congratulated RD Prasantha for doing a very successful job during his term including Membership Conservation, Extension, Cooperate with YMCA and Community Services. He also said that RD Prasantha had given good leadership to Sri Lanka Region and Y’s Men family has grown and Sri Lanka Region had engaged in many Community services. Sri Lanka too should grow more and more and do many more community services.

PRD Godfrey Francis introduced the Keynote Speaker, Mr. Geoffrey Alagaratnam, President’s Councel. He said, Geoffrey J.T. Alagaratnam, President’s Counsel and Immediate Past President of the Bar Association of Sri Lanka for 2015/2016 and 2016/2017, was admitted to the Bar having passed his final examination at the Sri Lanka Law College with First Class Honours. He holds an Honours Degree in Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Colombo. He counts over Thirty Five years in legal practice. Mr. Geoffrey Alagaratnam possesses a management background as well having also followed a global Leadership Program conducted by INSEAD in collaboration with Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka. He is a Director in the Law and Society Trust and is also advisor to Church Organizations and Schools on a range of legal issues. He has examined and lectured at the Faculty of Law of the University of Colombo.



Mr. Geoffrey Alagaratnam in his speech said Y’s Men Organization share an affinity to the YMCA and is not restricted to Christians, but persons of all faith, founded on teachings of Christ which are of universal values. The commandment of Love. Service – Yes the responsibility of service. You have committed to serve society, you have broken barriers of Race, Caste, Language or Religion in maintaining membership is open to all. Service is the key word in any profession. Why service – To feel good. Do we give our excess or like the widow in scriptures from her limited means? So are we in service for mere titles, honour, praise or as a stepping stone to fulfill our personal designs or ambitions or are we in it with a solid goal and objective or to serve because we owe a duty to society. He said Technology has broken barriers and international boundaries bringing us closer. What matters is the survival of humanity and the increase of brotherhood and not nationhood or sovereignity.

Service is not merely handouts and financial assistance given without destroying the dignity of the receiver, nor expecting the receiver to crawl after us. As Chinese proverb says, You give a man a fish you feed him for the day. You teach a man to fish you feed him for life. Our service also needs to be more lasting. Do we realize that inequality whether financial, material or otherwise partly arises from injustice or partly due to inability to strive to break barriers. How effective are we in Society? Are we the salt of the earth or the heaven? – or the mustard seed grows to be a big tree as in the Bible.

Financial and material assistance is needed as there will be the disadvantaged always. Giving is a part of the long term need for equality and justice. He said how often have we shrunk from our real responsibility to our society or country? His ultimate message is that we strive to achieve equality and Justice in Society through our Service. After the Keynote address, the Principles of Partnership was re-affirmed and duly signed by Heads of both YMCA & Y's Men.

Mr. Nirmal De Fonseka , President of National Council of YMCAs too addressed the gathering and said that this is the 2nd time he is attending the Y’s Men Convention. He said Sri Lanka had been facing disasters one after another recently and he could visualize the future of Y’s Men Club again. He said when Dr. Hsiao was talking about Mosquitos, he thought of DENGUE in our country. Dengue had come to a level where it cannot be handled, and the public and private hospitals are full. It had come to a stage where the Govt. has to declare emergency specially in areas where schools have been affected and they have to be converted temporarily into offices for emergency services to attend to patients of Dengue of about 65000. Some expertise knowledge is necessary to eradicate this menace at this point.

He said YMCA and Y’s Men have to work together, since both organizations are service oriented. Where there are no YMCAs in an area Y’s Men Club could be of assistance and vice versaFinally, he invited all to work with them in partnership to have a better tomorrow and a better society.

Before the conclusion of Business Session 1, under any other business, membership was called to ratify the 2nd period of Office of RD and RDE as approved by the Regional Board of Sri Lanka. After much discussion and exchange of opinions, the majority of club delegates voted for the 2nd Term of Office of the RD Prasantha De Silva and RDE Ranarajah Seresinhe for the year 2017/18 and thereby ratified their Continuation in Office as RD and RDE as approved by the Regional Board in accordance with the Regional Constitution of Sri Lanka.

Thereafter RD announced the names of RDE and DGEs for Y’s year 2017/18. RDE – YM Ranarajah Seresinhe, DGE/SW- YM Shane Balthazaar and DGE/CE - YM Ranjith Dayaratne. RD Prasantha De Silva then addressed the gathering once again. He said that it is a great pleasure to be appointed as Regional Director of Sri Lanka for a Second Term. He said it is overwhelming to note the confidence placed in him to lead the Organization for a 2nd term. He said he would do everything to improve the activities of the Region with his new Regional Team. The Major task will be to increase the membership by establishing new clubs, specially in Central Eastern District and to establish two youth clubs in Sri Lanka. He said this could be achieved only through the support of the members and requested each and every club in the Region to extend their cooperation by participating in Regional and District Activities.

He said that during his first term of Office, we managed to sustain the membership and have the inactive clubs to work with the Region . He said it is his humble request from all members and Club Officers to reach out and increase the clubs to be of “Clubs of Good Standing” by having at least 15 members, specially those clubs which require only one or two members. Finally he assured that he will work to the best of his ability and invited everyone to work in harmony as a Christian Organization to bring in the Glory we once had in our Region.

Then RD Prasantha announced his Regional Team for the year 2016/17. After presentation of Regional Awards, the Convention was concluded, followed by fellowship, dinner with music and dancing.

 
KURUNEGALA CLUB ORGANIZED BREAKFAST TO WARD NOS. 48, 49 AND 50 OF "AYU BO WEWA" CANCER UNIT AT GENERAL HOSPITAL KURUNEGALA ON 11 APRIL 2018.
       
 
Marking the Sinhala andTAMILNew Year​ ​on 17 April 2018, the Y's Menettes Club of Bandarawela treated 14 Elders and 4 staff of the Elders' Home at Hali Ella, with a special New Year lunch. They also donated a gift pack to each elderly person.
       
 
           
 
Y's Men Club of Young Moratuwa donated 7 folding mattresses and 7 pillows to deserving poor people of our community on 11th March 2018.
               
 
Y's Men's Club of Dehiwela conducted another special Lenten charity project at Deraniyagala Estate on 17th March 2018 and donated Clothes, School Books ,Stationary, Reading Glasses and eatables to 30 estate workers and children of the estate workers.
       
 
               
 
LENTEN CHARITY PROJECT DONE BY THE Y's MENETTES CLUB OF BANDARAWELA at the DEV SUWA SEVANA Elders home Hali Ella near Bandarawela. The 14 elders and 4 staff of this Elders'home at Hali Ella were donated bed sheets, linen and toiletries like soap, toothpaste and tooth brushes valued at Rs 30,000/-on the 26th March 2018.
       
 
           
 
Y's Men Club of Young Moratuwa built and donated a Recreation Room for the inmates of the David Jayasundera Home for Elders - Panadura.
               
 
The Y's Men's Club of Dehiwela distributed warm clothing Hoodies, Shorts, Tee shirts and Reading glasses to 20 Estate Tea Pluckers and their families at a tea Estate off Nawalapitiya and 09 persons at the "Boys Town Nawalapitiya" in the upcountry of Sri Lanka to mark LENT 2018.
       
 
Young Moratuwa club Christmas donations to the children at the Blessing care Children's home. December 2017
       
 
           
 
YOUNG MORATUWA CLUB'S CHRISTMAS PROJECTS FOR Bethany home for Street Children,Sarvodaya Home for the abandoned Children and Blessing home for children of (single parents"-2017 DECEMBER
       
 
       
 
               
 
Y's Men's Club Moratuwa had an evening with the Elders of the Methodist Women's Home in Moratumulla Moratuwa on Wednesday 6th December 2017 with carols and dinner. All the elders,Matron & staff were presented with gift packs of toiletries.
         
 
Y's Men's Club of Dehiwela at Yasa Elder's Home Nugegoda in September 2017 where clothes were donated to the 20 elders including their staff.
       
                 
               
 
YM STEFAN OF THE DEHIWELA CLUB GIVES 2 NEEDY CHILDREN WHO LOST THEIR MOTHER AN UNFORGETTABLE CHRISTMAS 2017
       
 
               
 
Tree Planting Project by Kurunegala Club at Wegolla Primary School 0n 7th December 2017
       
 
       
 
Young Moratuwa club donated a Height & Weight Scale for the Ayurvedic Hospital in Lunawa, Moratuwa
             
 
Annual Day Of Sunshine on 1st December 2017 for the Differently abled inmates of the Katukurunda Home Moratuwa at the Hotel Randiya, Katukurunda Moratuwa​
       
                 
               
 
Annual treat to Lourdes Home Children 2017
       
 
             
 
Young Moratuwa Club donated coconut rafters to repair a needy person’s roof of her house.
             
 
Kurunegala club members taking part in 'Green Activites' by planting trees
           
 
On 27th of August 2017 Y's  Menettes  of Bandarawela gave a sumptuous breakfast and tea rations separately to all the elders and staff at Bandarawela Ascension Home for Elders. The Elders also received English and Sinhalese books for reading
         
 
Kurunegala club president donating a go-cart to a needy person August 2017.
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KURUNEGALA CLUB DONATED PANADOL, SOAP, TOOTHPASTE, TOOTH BRUSHES BOTTLES OF WATER TO fLOOD VICTIMS
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Misses Elizabeth and Magarath Halvorsen visited Moratuwa Club project at the Mentally Retarded Girls Home in Katukurunda  Moratuwa. A joint contribution from their Brother club Aars in Denmark, on this occasion they presented the Home with 2 brand new electric sewing machines which they them selves purchased from Singer Sri Lanka and sewing cloth materials to stitch pillow cases and other garments by the  inmates themselves to  the value over Rs 60,000/- (3rd April 2017)

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Elizabeth and Margartthe of  Y's Men Club of Norway visited Young Moratuwa members at their monthly meeting, visited  Bethany Home, YMCA Moratuwa and  Blessings Child Care Centre – Indibedda, Moratuwa. (April 2017)

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Kurunegala Club donated crutches to a person who met with an accident.

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Lenten Project by Dehiwela Club to the Salvation Army Children’s Home Dehiwela-March 2017
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Dehiwela club donates plastic chairs to RC Church in Hingurakgoda near Minneriya as a Lenten Period Project-March 2017
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Y's Men Club of Young Moratuwa on 5th March 2017 donated Rs.30,000/- to Regional Treasurer to subsidize the cost of members’ registration fees for the 2017 Regional Convention.
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Y’s Men’s Club of Young Moratuwa donated 500 exercise books to the Parish Priest of St.Mary's Church, Seeduwa
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Young Moratuwa Club donated 7 frocks and 11 suits to the children of the Sarvodaya Orphanage and treated them with dinner on 23rd December 2016.
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Young Moratuwa club held a Christmas Party at the Blessings Child Care Centre, Indibedda, Moratuwa on 17th December. Donated socks, shoes and toys to the children.
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Held a Bargain Sale on 3rd December to support the poorest of the poor to buy clothes and miscellaneous items at a very nominal rate. Proceeds used to help the poor in the community.
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Young Moratuwa club held a Christmas Party at the Bethany Home Orphanage on 18th December. Donated 12 school bags and dry rations. Santa gave away the gifts to the children.
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Young Moratuwa club taking part in the December 2016 Moratuwa YMCA carol service.
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Young Moratuwa club members attended the Inaugural Meeting of the proposed Menettes Club of Bandarawela along with DGE and Vice President of the Dehiwala Club on 1st December 2016.

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23 Members of Y's Men Club of Young Moratuwa and 12 Members of Y's Men Club of Moratuwa held a Joint Meeting on 25th November 2016 at the YMCA Moratuwa
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Y’s Men’s Club Moratuwa  donated 143 Clothes Boxes and 5 Water Filters 
together with toiletries to the “HALF WAY HOME” HIMBUTANA MULLERIYAWA which is aligned to the hospital for Mental Health on Saturday 22nd October 2016  to assist the Women’s section consisting 143 inmates.
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Awareness on eradication of Dengue- Project by Y's men”s Club of Negombo held on the 16th and 17th August 2016
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Eye camp by Negombo Y's Men's club jointly held with Lions Club at Sinhakuliya in August 2016
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Dehiwela Y's Men's club in action at Dolosbage off Nawalapitiya when estate Tamil people were displaced  due to the Land slides threat off Nawalapitiya at Dolosbage ;which is about 3000 Feet above Sea level. Donation of 25 hampers containing dry rations Milo, Milk Powder, Nestomalt , Rice, Dhal ,Salmon, Flour ,Sugar, Soaps ,Toothpaste, washing soap and clothes  to persons who were affected.
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Kurunegala club donated Canulas worth Rs. 18,500/- to the Thalassaemia ward at the Gen. Hospital Kurunegala on 31.05.2016
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Kurunegala club donating rice , dhal, Sugar, Milk powder, spices, Tea , and 50 bottle of water, (parcels)for 200 displaced families in Aranayaka.
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Moratuwa Club singing carols with the Moratumulla Elders' Home inmates
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Moratuwa Club - "Annual day of Sunshine held on the 6th of December for the inmates of the Katukurunda HMRG at the Hotel Randiya"
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Dehiwela Club supplies water supply, electric water pumps, Pipe lines done, showers and taps all fixed in the The Vandaramulai Village Batticoloa on 24th and 25th Oct 2015. They also provided a meal and some books after the project.

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Young Moratuwa club donated 4 benches and repaired swings to the Mentally retarded home in Katukurunda.
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Kurunegala Club donating a walker to retired sisters home METH SEVANA in Wennappuwa July 2015
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Kurunegala Club held a MEDICAL /  DENTAL AND EYE CAMP ON 21ST MARCH 2015 AT KATUKENDA ESTATE FOR THE VILLAGES OF MAKULPOTHA, HUNUPOLA AND DEBATAWALA. TOTAL NUMBER ATTENDEES- 412 .  8  Doctors,12 nurses  and 2 pharmacists attended to the patients

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Installation of the new Office bearers (2015/16) of the Young Moratuwa Club

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2015/16 - Young Moratuwa Club donates a wheel chair
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Donation of English books to 25 families in and around Diyatalawa on 12th July 2015 at the church in Bandarawela.
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Y's Men's and Menetes​'​ Clubs of Dehiwela combine and do a
Community Service project at the Elders home in Kotte - June 2015.
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Mnt Jeyam Kandiah of the Dehiwela Mnts club, provides cooked meals for the elders at the Madapatha Elders Home Piliyandala in May 2015

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Dehiwala Club takes its Tamil New Year Community Service Project to Eravur! 20 deserving children get a cooked meal and 20 parcels of dry rations!
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Dehiwela club members members donated English books to 16 children from Badulla and Bandarawela. Venue: Roman catholic church UVA.
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Dehiwala club members donates gifts of clothes, caps ballons and bags to the children at The Supum NIVASA Children's Home Maharagama
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Dehiwela Club donates clothes to Elders during LENT (2015) at Yasa Elders Home Boralesgamuwa
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Colombo Club Treasurer handing over Rs. 10,000/= towards the snack for  grade 10 & 11 students of Kumara Udhayam School in Kirulapona, Colombo, and students having a protein snack after school prior to their extra classes
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Roll back malaria and assistance to drought victims in NP Project of Dehiwela club
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DONATION OF A SUM OF RS. 10,000/- TO A NEEDY PERSON BY YOUNG MORATUWA CLUB
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Dehiwela club donates Linen to the sick room of the Blind school Ratmalana
Rations to Yasa elders home Boralesgamuwa,
lunch parcels from KFC ​to under priviledged boys at Maharagama children's home​
a wheel chair donated to Yasa Elders Home Boralesgamuwa;
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Negombo Club - Project for Christmas - Donation of Dry Rations to deserving families on 24.12.2013
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Kurunegala club-Donation of dry rations and clothes to Mahamukalanyaya Elders' Home
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Project of Wellawatte Club- Distribution of 185 pairs of school shoes
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A pair of crutches to an inmate of Kurunegala hospital and a walker to an inmate of Mother Theresa's home Wellawa - Kurunegala Club
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3 of the sponsored Children at the annual Christmas party of Lankadhara Infants/Girls Home - organized by Wellawatte Club
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Entrance gate and fence built by Kurunegala Club at Primary School in the village Siyabalangamuwa.
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Donating crutches and a walker to 9 disabled persons by PRD Lakshman Perera of Kurunegala Club
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Donation of baby gifts to under privileged expectant mothers in Bellanwila area to mark the 83rd club anniversary of Colombo Club - 3rd December 2013
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Christmas donations from Young Moratuwa Club
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Donation of a wheel chair to a disabled lady at Morontuduwa, Wadduwa   Christmas party held at Bethany Home - Moratuwa   Gifts of clothes, vouchers to buy school bags and shoes        
 
Demonstration to the mothers in Dabare Mawatha area. - How to prepare soya milk in their homes.- Colombo Club Project
         
 
 
Educating the advanced level students at GrandpassBalikaVidyalayahow to prepare soya milk. This was the first attempt in that area. –Colombo Club Project-
       
 
               
 
 
 
Donation of bed linen and towels to the inmates of David jayasundare Home for Elders Walane, Panadura - Young Moratuwa Club
           
 
 
A day with the differently abled youth at Thanamalwila -Negombo Club Project
         
 
 
Distribution of Dry Rations on 24 December 2012 at Negombo YMCA - By Negombo Y's Men's Club
       
 
             
 
 
Moragolla Village Development Project
         
 
 

Facilities provided for St. Helen'sGirls' Home in Batticoloa by the Sri Lanka Regional Board

   
       
   
         







Current Club Ongoing Projects
NAME OF CLUB PROJECT 1 PROJECT 2 PROJECT 3 PROJECT 4 PROJECT 5
Colombo Soup Kitchen for 75 children and elderly Educational sponsorship given to 09 children through various organizations Meals for 55 childrenatBadowita centre duringtheirstudy time in the afternoon 3 daysamonth. Monthly Financial assistance to VocationalTraining Centre of Matara YMCA -
Dehiwela Home for Mentally retarded children, Maharagama

St. Joseph’s Elders’ Home, Madapatha
Elders’ Home, Kotte

Clarendon Home, Mt. Lavinia

Blind School Ratmalana Freedom Home, Colombo
Wellawatte Lankadhara Girls/infants Home Wellawatte Methodist Elders’ Home Weelawatte Brohier Men’s Home Social Action League Wellawatte

Seeduwa Blind Colony

Kotte Contributions monthly to Bethlehem Crèche Visit to Madiwela Elders Home   - -
Kurunegala Season tickets given monthly to children of Lourdes Girls Home 05 students receive tuition fees from Norway Sri Lanka Bursary Fund Tuition fees for 1 student contribution from club members Sewing classes conducted for 7 girls -
Moratuwa Donation of 50kg bag of rice to Suhada Home by Menettes - - - -
Nuwara Eliya - - - - -
Young Moratuwa Daily breakfast sponsored for under privileged at Convent of Our Lady of Victories Monthly financial help for A/Level student - - -
Negombo Foster Parent Schemefor poor girl - - - -
Mahanuwara

 

Support for single parent families in poor village Providing 43 inmates of the Geli Oya Home a meal once a month –This month's meal was given on the 30th of August 2012. The total cost for this was Rs.6,600 Once in every three months a medical clinic to assess the inmate's general health is being carried out at Geli Oya Home. Two doctors from the Peradeniya Teaching Hospital headed by DG C/E Dr. Shavindra Dias examine the inmates. Approximately Rs.1, 500.00 is spent on medicine for the inmates. - -
Y Service Club of Cinnamon Gardens Home for incurables Belihuloya St. Mary’s Sunday School Foster Children’s care - -

NEWS ARCHIVE


Area President Rita Hettiarachchi concludes an extremely fruitful & noteworthy year in office as at 30th June 2009 as Area President 2008/09 - Asia Area ! !

Rita Hettiarachchi

She still serves the Area as the Area Executive Officer in AP Troika! ! During her period in office , affairs in the Region were conducted in an extremely efficient & exemplary manner . The culmination of events of her tenure was the very successful Asia Area Convention 2009 & the Youth Conference 2009 which was hosted by Sri Lanka Region & held in Colombo from 31st July; 2009 to 2nd August 2009. She played a major role along with the Host Convention Committee in organising same & its grand success , encountering many obstacles in organising same . Congratulations & Well done AP Rita and wish you aspire to greater heights in Y's dom for its betterment in the years ahead.
IPRD Nihal Peiris



 
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