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 28,000 beneficiaries annually, free of cost.
Environment, Rural Welfare and Development
The sustainability of the rural environment is fundamental to the development of the village as part of a global community.
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
Rural Welfare and Development
The Foundation of Goodness is committed to improving the living conditions of rural families including the provision of main water supply, connection to the sewerage system, electricity supply and providing essential support to complete their homes, monthly groceries and with healthcare needs.
After the tsunami, we have been able to provide housing, complete with modern amenities, essential household items and private gardens.
Welfare is provided according to the availability of funds to support the many requests that flood in every week, from individuals seeking help.
Baranasooriya Boys’ Home
Anula Wijerama Girls’ Home
Good Shepherd Girls’ Home – Mankulam
Elders’ Care Homes
Wellawatte Elders’ Home
Madampagama Elders’ Home
Hikkaduwa Elders’ Home
Healthcare, Welfare & Sanitation
Water & Electricity
Elders’ Care Homes
The Foundation of Goodness is expanding its activities by assisting differently abled and special needs communities across the island in partnership with other organisations (Serendip, CIMA Students Society) and overseas donors and volunteers including benchmarking and developing special needs units at rural school, assisting special needs teacher training and providing specialised equipment.
FoG also supports the Methsewa Special Needs Home in Moneragala. Weekly dance classes for special needs students take place at the MCC Centre of Excellence in Seenigama and the Sports Academy Pool is made available for disabled individuals for their use as part of their physiotherapy regime.
Methsewa Special Needs Home
Special Needs Units