Written by Bella Dalima
29 Aug, 2014 | 7:28 pm
The public response to the programme Sirasa Shakthi Sahana Yathra, organised by the Capital Maharaja Organisation Limited to provide relief for people in drought-stricken areas, has been overwhelming.
Donations are being collected at three drop off points in Colombo, Ratmalana and Depanama. Good samaritans flocked to these premises on Friday as well, bringing in their donations.
People have been arriving in numbers since Friday morning to drop off their donations at the MTV/MBC Head Office at Braybrooke Place, Colombo 02. Donations include bottled water, rice, dhal, milk powder, canned fish and sugar.
An entrepreneur who visited the MTV/MBC Head Office at Braybrooke Place, Colombo 2 on Friday morning, made a cash donation of one million rupees for the Sirasa Shakthi Sahana Yathra programme.
Donors also flocked to the drop off point at the MTV/MBC Studio Complex at Araliya Uyana in Depanama, Pannipitiya. Philanthropists also arrived to the third drop off point at Stein Studios on 2nd Cross Street off Borupana Road in Ratmalana. Arrangements have also been made to collect donations from donors outside Colombo.
You can also help in the Sirasa Shakthi Sahana Yathra drought relief programme by providing transport facilities including lorries and buses required to transport the donations to drought-stricken areas.
For more information on the Sirasa Shathi Sahana Yathra programme, call us on 0114 896 896.
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