managed by A. O Connor (Communication)
The sole purpose of the project is to bring volunteers from around the world to come help the poor people of Sri Lanka. It is a non-discriminatory and non-religious organisation. People with almost every skill you can think of are welcome! Whatever your skills, they can be used to alleviate suffering, improve learning, health, living conditions and the ability to earn a living, to enable children, some of whom are orphans, to have fun and bring comfort to the sick and lonely. The Volunteer Sri Lanka Project offers the opportunity for volunteers to work with children and adults in many different settings.
Volunteers have the opportunity to work with orphans, with children needing help with home work after school and at weekends at the Tsunami Memorial Library, to run sports activities, to teach at local schools, at a school with hearing impaired children, children with learning difficulties, in nursery schools, to care for the elderly, work at the teaching hospital, at the Nurses Training School, an orphanage, do DIY or building work at the Library and the Buddhist Temple, – according to each volunteer’s preference and skills.
Visit www.volunteersrilanka.net to find out more!
Good news from Janaka de Silva, VSI's Project Director. The first round of young women to take part in the Bakery School Project are doing great and are well on their way to finding jobs. Fantastic to see the project coming to life!
A donation amount of €70.00 was requested for the following needs:Equipment for The Bakery School Project part 4 €70.00