Sathkara is a continuous project that is pursued by the Club with great passion to serve the community. The 4th phase of the project was conducted to touch the hearts of the differently abled children of the Ceylon Fellowship of Service Prithipura home. Under the lead of Rtr. Udari de Alwis, club members organized an outing for the children on the 20th of November 2016. The day was one filled with fun and laughter for the kids as well as the Club members, as they engaged in many activities at Colombo Racecourse grounds and toured around Colombo for sightseeing.
The 5th phase of project “Sathkaara” of Rotaract Alumni Mora was organized for the Annual Book Donation for the year 2016. The project served the children who were in need of the stationary items for the New Year. The required donations were collected from the present and the past members of the club.
The project was held in three stages. Talented students in Bandaragama area who had difficulties in fulfilling their school needs for the New Year were selected by the principal of the school in the area. Stationery packs were prepared including exercise books, pencils, pens, colour pastel boxes, water bottles and lunch boxes. A pack of stationery was also gifted to the young Buddhist monk of the Bandaragama temple. The project was chaired by Rtr. Gavithra Udayakumara.
As part of the project, the Club members took measures to donate food items and some stationery to the children of the Ceylon Fellowship of Service Prithipura home, on their request. During the visit to the home to hand over these items, we gifted them the painting done by the children during their tour to Colombo last time.
The 6th phase of the “Sathkara” project took off on the 12th of January 2017, under the leadership of chairpersons Rtr. Dulan Nakandala and Rtr. Sachindra Weerosooriya. The project was organized for the Annual Book Donation for the year 2017 and served the children who were in need of the stationary items for the New Year. The required donations were collected from the present and the past members of the club and the well-wishers.
The project was held in two stages.
On request of the principal of Sri Pagnananda Vidyalaya, Kahapola, packs of stationery were donated to 150 students of grades 6 to 9 of the school, along with a sound system which was a need of the school at the time.
As the 2nd stage of the project, club members took measures to assist the students of the school with the subject matter of Science and Mathematics.
The seventh phase of the project was organized by Rtr. Chathuranga Gallage, to provide donations to the victims of the heavy floods that hit Kaluthara in May 2017.
The club was able to donate Rice and Milk Powder to 40 villagers in Yatawara, thanks to the generosity of past and present club members and well-wishers.