The Foundation of Goodness is a holistic rural development model that seeks to bridge the urban-rural divide in Sri Lanka via 10 empowerment divisions across 900+ villages island-wide, and reached over 307,000+ beneficiaries in 2022 alone by way of 15 Empowerment Centres, free of cost.

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September 7, 2022

Essential School Supplies Project 2023

The Foundation of Goodness is delighted to launch our annual essential school supplies project for the year 2023! For the 23rd consecutive year, we aim to […]
September 1, 2022

10,000 essential grocery packs in 2 months

In the midst of electricity outages, crippling fuel shortages and social unrest, thousands of rural families in Sri Lanka have been struggling to eat. Many have […]
August 24, 2022

World Humanitarian Day 2022

World Humanitarian Day highlights the need to grow global appreciation for humanitarian work, so that they can serve those most in need.  With the growing number […]
August 17, 2022

International Youth Day 2022

On International Youth Day, we highlight the myriad of empowerment courses offered free of charge across the island for rural youth to learn new skills and […]
August 10, 2022

Veterans Cricket Victoria Visits

The Foundation of Goodness welcomes sports teams from all over the world to Seenigama, where they test their skills against our team made up of rural […]
August 4, 2022

Food Security Project 2022

Sri Lanka is currently battling a crippling economic crisis which has caused food prices to soar to unaffordable levels to thousands of people. Many in rural […]
July 28, 2022

OYOB Centre of Excellence Graduations & Orientations (June 2022)

Another 6 months has flown by and the OYOB Centre of Excellence is proud to announce that over 200 students from the rural locality have completed […]
July 20, 2022

Feeding the Hungry with Davud Akhundzada

The Foundation of Goodness is delighted to announce the support of Traveller and Digital Creator Davud Akhundzada for our Feed the Hungry (Phase 5) crisis relief […]
July 15, 2022

Jason Warne Visits Seenigama

It has been 18 years since legendary Australian cricketer Shane Warne arrived in a tsunami-battered Seenigama with a slew of international media. He took the time […]