The MJF Kids Programme provides underprivileged children from low income families in surrounding areas of Moratuwa and Peliyagoda, with education, life skills/vocational training required to overcome the challenges faced by them due to extreme poverty and ensuing social issues.
Our Rainbow Centre initiative provides holistic development for children with special needs through education and therapy for those with Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and Autism.
MJF Centre’s Youth Programme supports youth between the ages of 17 and 30. The Centre focuses on school dropouts, particularly following the Ordinary Level exam, and provides vocational training for girls in sewing, cookery and handicraft. Similarly, the boys programme trains young boys in carpentry, farming and agriculture, as well as linking them to the Curtiss Centre for Graphic Design and the Empower Culinary and Hospitality School.
A joint initiative between MJF Charitable Foundation and cricket Live Foundation New Zealand, the programme provides cricket coaching for underprivileged children to provide a pathway for the future through cricket.