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.
A longstanding friend of FoG, Inosha Campion hosted an innovative fundraiser for the Foundation at her home in Australia. Inspired by our Sustainable Income Generation Initiative ‘Plates of Goodness’, Inosha organised a sumptuous Sri Lankan meal, where each guest’s contribution went towards supporting beneficiaries from the FoG Women’s Empowerment Sector for the period of one year, with the purchase of their ticket priced at AUD 60.
The ladies at Inosha’s table were delighted to have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal while helping their less privileged sisters across the ocean. Inosha raised Rs. 70,440.77 through her wonderful initiative on behalf of the Foundation of Goodness. 8 ladies, from our Women’s Empowerment Centre are currently being sponsored for the duration of July – December, 2019 through these funds.
The kind gesture made by Inosha and her guests is greatly appreciated by the Foundation of Goodness for impacting the lives of rural disadvantaged women, as well as for supporting community care and development programmes organised by us via 10 empowerment divisions in operation to benefit 28,000+ villagers annually, free of cost.
To date 4,500+ women from 146 villages have graduated from 8 livelihood courses through the Foundation of Goodness.
Plates of Goodness is an incredible opportunity to learn how to cook a delicious Sri Lankan meal from scratch and contribute towards an amazing cause!
Asiri is the in-house Head Chef at the Foundation of Goodness where he teaches General Cookery for students at the Women’s Enterprise and Empowerment Centre which provides free of charge training to rural women to help them set up their own cottage industries. Previously, Asiri worked as Chef at Sri Lanka’s renowned Galadari Hotel for 10 years.
You will have the opportunity to prepare lunch with Chef Asiri in the rural coastal village of Seenigama-Hikkaduwa, support a worthy cause and it would be an unforgettable experience during your vacation in Sri Lanka!