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One of Sri Lanka’s premier tertiary children’s hospitals that provides free surgery and care, needs our assistance. It requires a the newly built operating theatre in the Orthopedic unit to be equipped with state-of-the art modern equipment. Although this new theatre was built to cater for the continuously increasing demand, it has not been equipped due to shortage of funds.
Whilst the services and care at this hospital are available to all Sri Lankan children, those who will benefit most are children from impoverished backgrounds to whom appropriate surgical care is unattainable.
So let’s join hands this festive season and help raise requisite funds. We are reaching out to you and inviting you to be part of this worthwhile cause.
Christmas is a time for giving…… So open your hearts, dig deep and give generously to assist these children overcome their challenges giving them opportunities available to children from all walks of life. Together let’s get these little feet on the ground, walking, playing, running like they should!
In Sri Lanka 70% out of 48,000 annual admissions to this hospital relate to trauma.
This premier hospital is the ultimate referral center for Pediatric Orthopedics in Sri Lanka and facilitates all such complicated Pediatric Orthopedic surgeries at no cost to patients.
The new theatre was built to accommodate these expanded Orthopedic care and services. However, due to lack of funding the necessary medical and surgical equipment and implants have not been procured to-date. Innocent children who suffer in silence in waiting lists to be schedule for surgery.
The objective of Tarana Foundations “Restore Hope” project is to equip the newly built operating theatre and enable Pediatric Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery to treat the full spectrum of children with these conditions.
This will allow all children, including children from low socio-economic backgrounds whose parents do not have the financial capacity access to treatment in order to manage/rectify the situation. The children and their families will receive the treatment, care and support they deserve by qualified personnel. These children will be given the best chance in life to lead a normal/improved life and dream of a future like any other normal child……
The project will help our Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeons at this premier tertiary care children’s hospital in Sri Lanka to help more children with deformities and disorders in a timely manner with minimal delay. It will result in supporting children and their families, to whom appropriate surgical care would either be unattainable or non-existent, to lead a long, healthy, and a productive life. So your support will give these children the opportunity to reach their full potential and be contributing citizens.
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Yes we are registered as a Non-Profit Foundation under the Companies Act No 7 of 2007 of Sri Lanka as a Company Limited by Guarantee (the registration format used by charities).
We are governed by the Articles of Association which is the Constitution of the Charity and the Companies Act No 7 of 2007 in our charitable operations. Decisions are made by the Board of Trustees under the guidance, advice and agreement of the Members of the Charity. We are required by law to file Audited Accounts as such we ensure that all the money donated is accounted for and spent for the purpose for which it is donated ensuring maximum transparency and accountability. Neither the Board nor the Members are paid any salary for the services they render in running this charitable organization.
We rely mainly on donations made by the public, corporate donors and other donations from other charities to do the work we do.
We focus on three Key areas which were highlighted as Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) to be achieved by 2030 for a more sustainable world.
The Governing Body was formed in March 2018 and our first major project was to provide 2700 rural students in remote schools islandwide (such as Anuradhapura, Jaffna, Bakamuna, Vauniya, Padavisirpura and Mathugama) their school requirements. The project cost was Rupees 4.2 million.
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Yes you are welcome to attend the handing over. Please let us know when you donate if you wish to attend.
You can make a fund transfer to our bank account and let us know by email that you have done, and for which project you wish for us to use the funds for if it is for a specific project or donate on our website through the payment gateway by selecting the project you like or as a general donation.
Yes you are more than welcome to fully or partially undertake any CSR project and showcase the work done by your organization for corporate reporting purposes in Annual Reports, etc. You can either assist us through a financial donation after looking at estimated costs for the project or donate materials required for the project purchased by your organization. We will issue you a receipt acknowledging the said donation. We will inform you in advance of the date of handover so that your employees and staff are welcome to attend the handing over of the completed project; and hence personally feel the satisfaction and joy of giving back to society.
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Yes you most certainly can, we are always ready to assist. Please contact Suranjani on 0777281750 or email us your queries to EMAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org