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Medical aid for Mrs. N.H. Indika Hettiarachchi
Mrs. N.H. Indika Hettiarachchi is a mother of four children. Her husband Cpl. Gamini Hettiarachchi is disabled with head injuries. Mrs. Hettiarachchi has been diagnosed with Breast Cancer and the doctors have prescribed a very expensive course of injections. Each injection costs LKR 242,000.00 and twelve (12) such injections need to be given twenty days apart.
Cpl. Hettiarachchi has so far managed to find eight injections. Six injections were obtained by Cpl.Hettiarachchi with his pension fund; one was given by the president’s fund and the other by the Ranaviru Seva Authority. Having exhausted all his finances, Cpl. Hettiarachchi is in no position to find the other four injections. We are appealing to all our donors help us fund at least two injections.
|Patient's Name:||N.H. Indika Hettiarachchi (Mother of four children)|
|Details of Children:||Four children between ages 9 and 18|
|Husband’s Details:||Cpl. Gamini Hettiarachchi (Disabled with head injuries)|
|Contact No:||+94 (0)71-1350396|
|Medical Condition:||Breast cancer. Twelve expensive injections have been prescribed. Each injection costs LKR 242,000.00|
Donation Details for the 2nd injection
Following donors contributed towards the 2nd Herceptin treatment.
|Donor Name||Donation GBP (LKR)|
|Sachie Siriwardena||31.25 (6,400.00)|
|JustGiving (via Text Giving)||56.25 (11,530.00)|
|Sanjula Siriwardena||10.00 (2,050.00)|
|Harsha Kaluarachchi||75.00 (15,000.00)|
|Sinhara Prasad Silva||250.00 (50,000.00)|
|Ranganie Gunaratne||50.00 (10,000.00)|
Sri Lanka Flood Appeal
The torrential rains after months of drought has resulted in severe floods in almost 19 administrative districts in Sri Lanka, hampering the lived of thousands. The worst scenario had been the landslides in the mountain regions where still many lives are unaccounted for.
Heavy rains from Thursday 12th May 2016 pounded the central Sri Lankan region where at least three villages have already been swallowed by mountains of mud, forcing soldiers and police to suspend rescue work. At least 18 people are known to have been killed and hundreds are reported missing in the landslides so far.
Talking Watches donated to visually impaired soldiers
Ranaviru Fund is pleased to donate another lot of Radio Controlled Talking Calendar Alarm wrist watches for the benefit of visually impaired soldiers living at Abimansala 3 in Kurunegala. Ranaviru Fund has previously donated a consignment of equipment for the benefit of visually impaired soldiers. It was a timely call that we made with Major Dushyantha Yapa, who himself a person who suffered eye injuries. Dushyantha has been very helpful identifying a common need across all of the soldiers who needed a Talking Watch.
Legal Aid for War Heroes
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Sgt: Sunil Rathnayake has been sentenced to death by a Sri Lankan court on alleged war crime during the war again LTTE terrorists. Sgt: Rathnayake and his team has played a key role in the Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol (LRRP) division in Sri Lanka Army to neutralise key LTTE terrorist rings and leaders.
However, after many years Sgt: Rathnayake and many other soldiers who were actively involved in destroying terrorist targets are now facing legal actions against them. Sgt: Rathnayake is now sentenced to death by the court.
Ranaviru Fund Hosts SLAS Event
Ranaviru Fund has proudly hosted a community event for the first time but with great success. Members and the Trustees of Ranaviru Fund have agreed to host a community event with Sri Lankan Association in Scotland (SLAS) to celebrate the Sri Lankan New Year in April 2015.
Please refer to the SLAS website for the full details of this event.
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