The DOT Charitable Foundation has donated a photocopier machine to Sumedha Vidyalya, Kosgama. The school is situated in Avissawella district. There are 1050 students enrolled in this school and most of the children are from low-income families.
The school desperately needed a photocopier machine since teachers have to give copies of textbook extracts, study notes etc. to remote learning students during the COVID 19 lockdown. The cost of the machine is Rs 135,000.00. It was handed over to the principal Prasadini Daluwaththe Liyanage on 25.10.21.
The principal has extended her gratitude towards the DOT Foundation and its members for this invaluable donation.
The DOT Charitable Foundation Ins. has donated RS 50,000.00 worth of 20 dry food parcels to under privileged quarantined families in Puttalam district.
Thank you so much for everyone. Also thank you to Sumudha Matota of Helping Hand Sri Lanka who Coordinated the project.
The DOT Charitable Foundation Inc. has completed the fourth project of its Covid-19 relief program by supply and installation of piped medical gas system with 5 wall oxygen outlets worth of LKR 543,942.00 in the COVID theatre (E) at District General Hospital Gampaha. The project was completed in August 2021.
The Director of the DGH Gampaha has expressed his sincere gratitude to all the donors and stated “our hospital is completed with your donations”.
Thank you for all your generous contributions.
The DOT Charitable Foundation Inc. has completed the third project of its Covid-19 relief program by donating AUD 3,696.50 (LKR 1,200,000.00) worth Fisher & Paykel Airvo2 High Flow Oxygen Delivery Machine to the Bibile Base Hospital on 6th of July 2021.
The DOT Charitable Foundation would like to express its gratitude to donors from all states of Australia for their generous donations.
BIPAP used in the ward
The DOT Charitable Foundation Inc. has completed the second project of its Covid-19 relief program by donating an AUD 7843.15 (LKR 1,200,000.00) worth of Resmed Stellar 100 V1.5 BIPAP machine to Teaching Hospital Karapitiya.
DOT purchased the machine from Medi Technology Pvt Ltd, Sri Lankan agent for Resmed medical products. The machine was handed over to the director of Teaching Hospital Karapitiya, Dr Shelton Perera on 18th June 2021, and now in operation at Covid treatment ward 35.
On behalf of the DOT Charitable Foundation would like to express the gratitude to donors from all over the Australia for their kind donations.