A holistic rural community development model seeking to bridge the gap between the urban and rural communities via 10 empowerment divisions across 500+ villages island-wide reaching over 35,000 beneficiaries annually, free of cost.


The Foundation of Goodness is a registered NGO operating in Sri Lanka with decades of experience in transforming rural lives through a holistic approach which includes a Sports Development programme which plays a key role in empowering rural lives. 



Goodness Sports Tours

The Foundation of Goodness Sports Academy is located in the beautiful coastal village of Seenigama, in Southern Sri Lanka and offers free of charge training to children and youth in the local community. We are able to facilitate sporting activities across the island via our Village Heartbeat Empowerment Centres.

FoG offers the enriching opportunity for School, University, Club and Veteran level teams from around the world to travel to Sri Lanka and engage with our sportsmen and women through friendly games and training sessions.




We also offer the incredible opportunity for the visiting teams to engage with our beneficiaries and contribute in a meaningful way towards the community, through special outreach activities.

Sports at FoG


Team Donations

The Goodness Sports Tours are a life enriching experience that begins long before the visit takes place, and lasts long after you have left our beautiful island.

We provide information packs to be utilized by teams to build awareness and create fundraising projects ahead of their visit to Seenigama.

Funds raised by the team members go directly towards supporting beneficiaries through numerous community development initiatives.


A team donation of USD 10,000/-
sponsors 200 beneficiaries every year,
at USD 50 per beneficiary.


If you would like to bring your team to visit the Foundation of Goodness or would like more information please contact our Director Sports: Anura De Silva on anura@foguc.org

*FoG’s Sasith Nipun, featured in this image, won the prestigious Asian Youth Chess Tournament to become the 2018 Under-16 Asian Champion