See our therapist Madushi speak about the advantages of using the disABILITY Screening app on a popular daily talk show last week. An adaptation as a result of the pandemic, the app was developed with our partner @MillieniumITESP to support teletherapy and tele-education to meet the needs of children with disability who have poor access to hospitals and treatment. The Foundation and NCCCPDD’s therapists support about 250 children monthly solely via the app.
Asela, a former MJF Kid, shone bright at the Culinary Art Food Expo 2023!
Asela, a former student at the MJF Kids Centre now turned talented Commis Chef, secured an impressive 2nd Place in the Live Cooking Seafood Challenge - B4 Category, held from 9th -11th June 2023. Today, his mother works with us at the MJF Kids Centre as a staff member and his elder brother visits our Rainbow Centre for therapy and education. His journey exemplifies perseverance and determination, having overcome setbacks and finding his passion for the culinary arts.
Despite the heavy rains, it was a joyous evening of fun-filled activities with the participants of the 75th Edition of the Dilmah School of Tea at our MJF Centre in Moratuwa! This is how every cup of Dilmah Tea supports our numerous community empowerment efforts at the MJF Foundation....
Caxton College, Spain – Supporting Wheelchair Camps in Sri Lanka
It’s wonderful to see the year 5 students from Caxton College in Spain, walking to raise funds to support wheelchair camps conducted by the MJF Charitable Foundation for differently abled children in Sri Lanka
The Cricket Live Foundation (CLF) successfully completed its Cricket Live Premier league for the 9th consecutive year. Hundreds of school girls and boys from rural schools in Moratuwa and Siyambalanduwa areas joined us in the competition.