According to the "Global Coastal Index" Sri Lanka is ranked as the 5th out of the 20 countries that continue to dump polythene and plastic to the oceans. This year on World Environment Day, Dilmah Conservation and MJF Foundation - The Merrill J. Fernando Charitable Foundation takes Dilmah’s #NoPlastic campaign a further step ahead with a beach cleanup, to encourage proper management and restoration of ecosystems degraded by plastic and creating awareness on the urgency of eliminating single-use plastic.
**Participation open only to registered individuals. More information on the event to be updated soon.
Come celebrate World Down Syndrome Day with us on the 30 of March at MJF Centre, Moratuwa. Let's make it a day to value our differences, our abilities, and our worth! Have fun and help raise awareness.
The opening of Empower Culinary and Hospitality School at MJF Centre, East
The Empower Culinary & Hospitality School in Kalkudah will provide practical and professional competency training in all aspects of culinary practice, replicating the services offered at its counterpart in Moratuwa.
Disability Awareness Programme for Community Social Workers and Midwives
The National Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy and Other Developmental Disorders, in partnership with MAITS (UK is organising a training programme - in Tamil medium to assist Community Social Workers and Midwives from Northern and Eastern provinces of Sri Lanka to manage children with disabilities.
This year's Celebrating Differences will stay true to its name by having children from MJF Kids programmes across Sri Lanka performing on stage - showcasing their many talents as Dilmah celebrates 30 years of taste, goodness and purpose.