University of Moratuwa, Katubedda, Sri Lanka.

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sustainable project

Theme for the year 2022-23

Thriving towards Excellence through Fellowship

Proudly honouring the 10 glorious years of volunteerism, empowerment and philanthropy, providing real social bonding and contributing to the creation of an inclusive and more resilient society, while thriving towards excellence through fellowship.

Bond to save a Kidney Bond to save a Life

Be a part of Kindred Kidneys

Aiming to help the patients suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), by funding the SLKPA (Samastha Lanka Kidney Patients Association) for their Dialysis treatment
and medications for kidney patients

About US

Rotaract Club of Alumni of the University of Moratuwa was chartered in 2013 under the Rotaract District 3220, Sri Lanka and the Maldives. It is a community-based Rotaract Club sponsored by the Rotary Club of Colombo West.





Why Volunteering

Volunteering increases self-confidence.

Volunteering can provide a healthy boost to your self-confidence, self-esteem, and life satisfaction. You are doing good for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride and identity. And the better you feel about yourself, the more likely you are to have a positive view of your life and future goals.

Volunteering combats depression.

Reducing the risk of depression is another important benefit of volunteering. A key risk factor for depression is social isolation. Volunteering keeps you in regular contact with others and helps you develop a solid support system, which in turn protects you against stress and depression when you’re going through challenging times. Working with pets and other animals has also been shown to improve mood and reduce stress and anxiety.

Volunteering helps you stay physically healthy.

Volunteering is good for your health at any age, but it’s especially beneficial in older adults. Studies have found that those who volunteer have a lower mortality rate than those who do not, even when considering factors like the health of the participants. Volunteering has also been shown to lessen symptoms of chronic pain or heart disease.

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