More than 3,000 people were provided free access to doctors, underwent health checks and received medical advice on diagnosed conditions in 2019 under a potentially life-saving country-wide community initiative of Ceylinco Life.

Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT), successfully conducted a special corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme at Primary School, Anamaduwa, Ralapanawa, recently.

Iconic Sri Lankan diversified conglomerate Hayleys PLC’s leading tea export brand, Mabroc Teas, announced the recent completion of a the refurbishment of the Men’s Ward at the Kiribathgoda Base Hospital.

Supporting the government’s initiative to conserve the environment, Hayleys Group subsidiary Dipped Products PLC provided a stock of 10,000 pairs of rubber hand gloves to the Police Environment Protection Division (PEPD) recently.

The Commercial Bank of Ceylon recently conducted ‘WomEntrepreneur,’ the first programme by the Bank in collaboration with the Women’s Chamber of Industry & Commerce (WCIC) exclusively for women entrepreneurs engaged in small and medium enterprises (SMEs), with emphasis on steering a ‘vision towards sustainable business.’

BAM Green, the most reputed Solar and renewable energy Company in Sri Lanka, in operation for more than nine [09] years, wholly committed to developing and providing renewable energy related services for Sri Lanka, donated 2,000 Mee Trees to the Homagama Green City project as a joint pro-ject with The Bamunuarachchi Foundation.

The Commercial Bank of Ceylon recently donated 21 laptop computers to visually-handicapped university students, in response to a request by the ‘Centre for Sight’ of the Kandy Teaching Hospital’s Department of Ophthalmology, the institution that handles ophthalmic disorders and helps visually handicapped students to gain admissions to universities in Sri Lanka.

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale this year made headway in full swing and attracted hordes of book enthusiasts from every part of the country throughout the 11-day Sale.

In today’s day and age, the disparity among the generations are broader with latest trends and developments in the technological world.

In a recent initiative to support the Sri Lanka Export Development Board’s (EDB) National program to develop 2,000 new exporters by the year 2020, Sampath Bank collaborated with the EDB to host a number of valuable Business Planning Sessions for export ready entrepreneurs.

BMICH – Sri Lanka’s iconic landmark spearheaded its “Go-Green” initiative with a comprehensive programme for recycling waste and planting saplings to create an “Urban Forest” concept.

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