ආයුබෝවන්! රණවිරු අරමුදලේ අන්තර්ජාල අඩවියට පිවිසුන ඔබව සාදරයෙන් පිළිගනිමු.

The Ranaviru Fund (English meaning War Heroes' Fund) was established in May 2008 to support disabled and wounded soldiers in Sri Lanka by providing Medical & Rehabilitation aid. Ranaviru Fund was granted the Registered Charity status in May 2010 from the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR).

The charity was founded by a group of like minded people to support those who are less fortunate than the most. Charity's main fund raising arm is operational in the United Kingdom and Sri Lanka while there are several other volunteers operating from other parts of the world. All of our volunteers are working tirelessly to meet the objectives of the charity. We do not employ any paid staff and operate a cost free working model to ensure that 100% of receivable donations are directed to the intended cause.

"To provide medical, rehabilitation, welfare and social assistance for the fallen, missing, disabled and wounded Army, Navy, Air Force, Police and Civil Defence Forces members (hereinafter referred as the "Soldier" or "Soldiers") and their immediate family members in Sri Lanka".

... for Heroes of Our Time!
... අපේ කාලයේ විරුවන් වෙනුවෙන්!

 

'When the sun goes down and in the morning we will remember them! - හිරු බසින සැන්දෑවේත් හිරු නැගෙන උදෑසනත් අපි ඔබ සිහිකරන්නෙමු!'


 

Medical aid for Mrs. N.H. Indika Hettiarachchi

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Annual Accounts for FY 2014/2015 Published

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Legal Aid for War Heroes

Legal Aid for War Heroes…

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