The Moratuwa MJF Kids Talent Show held on the 27th of March 2016, was an enchanting and inspiring evening as the kids showcased their aesthetic talents to the audience, alongside students from the Rainbow Centre for special needs. Members of the audience had tears in their eyes as they watched the children in wheelchairs perform on stage. It was a great display of heartfelt performances coupled with the joy of the performing children. For the families it was a proud day as they watched their children perform, dance and play drums. Later the parents and the children had a fun time dancing together outside in the garden.
The National Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy and Other Developmental Disorders (NCCCPDD) opened its first extension in the hill capital on 23 May as part of Dilmah’s MJF Charitable Foundation’s efforts to strengthen the response to the needs of people with disabilities in the Central Province of Sri Lanka.
A Visit To National Centre For Children With Cerebral Palsy And Other Developmental Disorders
MAITS’ CEO went to visit one of our long-term partners, the National Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy and other Developmental Disorders (NCCCPDD), who we have been working with for a number of years,