A holistic rural community development model seeking to bridge the gap between the urban and rural communities via 10 empowerment divisions across 400+ villages island-wide reaching over 31,500 beneficiaries annually, free of cost.
The sustainability of the rural environment is fundamental to the development of the village as part of a global community.
Our activities include community and beach cleanups to reduce plastic, garbage and pollution, tree planting programmes and ocean care initiatives to remove pollutants as well as to help restore our depleted coral reefs.
The Foundation of Goodness has also developed Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Plants in rural farming communities afflicted with severely contaminated water sources resulting in Chronic Kidney Disease. Currently, we have established R. O. Plants in:
Unchilakaddy (Vavuniya District)
Alapathgama (Anuradhapura District)
Mihintale (Anuradhapura District)
Dehiattakandiya (Ampara Dsitrict)
Mullekumbura (Moneragala District)
Galnewa (Anuradhapura District)
Bakamuna (Polonnaruwa District)
Habarawatta (Anuradhapura District)
Reverse Osmosis Water Purification
Community Clean Ups
Environmental Protection & Awareness
Coral Reef Restoration
Planting and Reforestation