The Commercial Bank of Ceylon conducted a Financial Literacy Programme for paddy and dairy farmers in the Nochchiyagama area recently, in collaboration with the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, bringing the total number of entrepreneurs assisted through such programmes to 7000 within a six year period.

Ebony Holdings, a leader in men’s fashion apparel in Sri Lanka, has successfully completedseveral social responsibility projectsaddressing numerous pressing social issues prevailing in the country.

Huawei Seeds For the Future Program Plan – 2018 was ceremoniously launched at an event recently held at Huawei Sri Lanka CSIC.

The BMICH, Sri Lanka’s most recognizable and iconic landmark, recently organized a Blood Donation campaign in commemoration and honor of its Founders late Prime Minister S.W.R.D. Bandaranaike, late Prime Minister Sirimavo Bandaranaike and of former Cabinet Minister and Speaker of Parliament Anura Bandaranaike on their 59th, 18th and 10th death anniversaries.

Cool Planet, Sri Lanka’s premier retail giant along with one of their renowned in-house brands, Andriana organized a special Children’s Day Celebration at the School for the Deaf in Ratmalana, to commemorate the World Children’s Day on 1st October 2018.

Staff of Tokyo Cement Factory in Trincomalee took part in a Coastal Cleanup Program organized by the Marine Environment Protection Authority (MEPA) on 18th of September.

Celebrating 33 years of exceptional healthcare service to thousands of Sri Lankans, Nawaloka Hospitals conducted a CSR campaign targeting school age children and the general public in Anuradhapura on the 15th of September.

Awareness walk themed ‘Walk for Real Change’ to be organized on the 30th of September 2018 at 3.00pm from Sri Lanka Foundation (SLF).

Jinasena (Pvt) Limited, one of the leading water management systems and solutions providers and the market leader in Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in Sri Lanka, has launched the country’s first-ever Nano Technology Water Purification System with the opening of a brand-new plant in Polonnaruwa as one of their many CSR initiatives.

With the fate of Sri Lanka’s plantation industry continuing to remain as a hot-button issue of debate in the media, numerous views have been aired on the rationale behind the privatization of state plantations in 1992.

Popular GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) brands Panadol and Iodex recently hosted the highly praiseworthy Suwa Sahana initiative in Mihinthale and Katharagama.