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.


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!
The two sisters of the ‘’Foundation of Goodness’’ invite you to join them for an interesting cooking experience with Plates of Goodness. Rangi the older sister who is also the coordinator at the Women’s Empowerment sector has been with the Foundation of Goodness over a decade. Chami the younger sibling works as a Pre-school teacher at our Pre-school, also counts over 10 years with the organization. Rangi & Chami share a great passion for cooking and together, they present to you this one of a kind cooking experience; preparing healthy and nutritious Sri Lankan vegetarian and non-veg meals. Support a worthy cause with an unforgettable experience!!

What we’ll do

Upon arrival at the Foundation of Goodness premises in Seenigama, you’ll be given a brief introduction. We’d love to take you on a short tour of our empowerment sectors and the story behind it as Sri Lanka’s only one of a kind holistic rural model to empower disadvantaged communities! You’ll head towards our Sports Academy or the Village Heartbeat Empowerment sector, both of which are closely located to our main premises.
Then you’ll man the cooking station and learn to cook traditional village rice & curry with me. You have the option to get assistance in preparing dishes if you would like to do so, or you can sit back and enjoy the lessons. At the end of the session, you’ll enjoy prepared lunch in a relaxed outdoor setting. A recipe leaflet will be provided, to try it out back home with your loved ones. Duration of the cooking class would be 2-3 hours.