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hemasoutreach_christmas
We have selected 500 kids between the ages of 3-5 years from the resettled villages of Mulativue and Kilinochchi to share the joy of this season.

These little children are not fortunate as you and I. They are still coming to terms with the trauma they experienced and trying hard to build their lives. You have an opportunity to make them smile with a little gift during this festive season.

We will be setting up an Angel Christmas tree at the lobby by mid-November in order to collect the gifts in advance as we plan to dispatch them by 6th December 2012. The value of your gift can range from Rs. 500/- to Rs. 1000/- .

Details to follow…

Please join us to make this effort a success and give them back the smile they deserve.

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hemasoutreach_cards
A variety of hand-made cards by the differently-abled children from the Hambantota “Ape Patawnta Piyawarak” school will now be on sale at Hemas House. Each card is priced at Rs. 45/-. Extend your support and help us integrate these children into mainstream society. Proceeds from the sale of these cards will be sent directly to the school.
Please contact : Mihirani on 4731731 ext 1166 or email her at e: mihirani@hemas.com

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hemasoutreach_exhibition
Held on 23rd May 2012 at Hemas House
Dear All,

The exhibition and sale organized by the Hemas Outreach Foundation yesterday was a huge success. The chief guest was Mrs. Neloufer Anverally, Managing Director of Cotton Collection, while several other VIPS also attended the event.

A big Thank You to all Hemas Staff who supported our initiative and helped us in making it a success!

Our sincere appreciation to the Hotels Sector for their contribution in sponsoring the meals for the visiting children, caregivers and for providing individual gifts to all 44 differently abled-children.

I’m proud to say that due to the endeavours of the Hemas Outreach Foundation and Piyawara we have been able to change the image the villagers have had of these children. There IS hope that they will be gradually integrated into mainstream society.

Thank you for making a difference in the lives of these “special” children.

We hope to have more such events and look forward to your participation.

Shiromi

NB : Six paintings were left behind. Please contact me if you are interested.

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