SDB bank joined hands with Trail 2016 as a sponsor on the last day of the 28-day walk which was from Point Pedro to Dondra Head.

The Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) launched an exclusive Global Mobility Networking Chapter in Sri Lanka with Sarrah Sammoon of Sri Lanka Relocation Services – A. S. & Associates Resources Co. as Chapter Lead.

SriLanka’s No.1roofing sheets producer, Rhino Roofing Products Ltd. recently engaged in various Corporate Social Responsibility projects through its CSR Unit.

Thousands of walkers reached the finishing point as Trail’s 28-day journey from Point Pedro in the North to Dondra in the South of Sri Lanka came to an end.

Lanka IOC PLC, one of the major and premier private oil companies to have ever been set up in the country, has embarked on the organization’s next Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) stance by giving a generous donation towards the TRAIL Walk initiative which took place in October this year.

The ranks of the Otara Foundation’s ‘Animal Defenders’ were strengthened with another batch of young disciples, this time aged 11 to 16, when the Foundation conducted its second event for children earlier this month.

On October 13th, the whole world commemorated World Sight Day which saw several campaigns and projects happening around the world to increase awareness about the importance of donating eyes to the needy, after we no longer need ours.

A project to bring ‘Thimbiri’ back to Thimbirigasyaya has been launched by the Otara Foundation in partnership with the Colombo Municipal Council (CMC).

The seminar -“Path to Your Real Success” recently organized by PACE Institute at Pannipitiya concluded very successfully and the key objective of the event is to mould youths from an early age by getting them to focus on job-oriented education and training and use their innate talent & strengths to lead a successful life when they grow up.

Although being known as two of Sri Lanka’s most innovative music personalities of this generation, Bathiya & Santhush, who have now gained their fair share of fame and popularity, still remain true to their roots.

With a continuous drive and increasing passion towards enhancing knowledge amongst students about what’s next after school, Fashion Bug, one of Sri Lanka’s leading retail clothing chains with over 16 outlets island-wide, held their signature career guidance programmes at Tangalle and Kurunegala- Maliyadewa Boys School drawing a participation of over 3,000 and 400 students respectively.

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