CHSGA CSR project at Gangodawila Balika children’s home | Sunday Observer

CHSGA CSR project at Gangodawila Balika children’s home

Members of the CHSGA PR  and  Media Sub Committee
Members of the CHSGA PR and Media Sub Committee

The Ceylon Hotel School Graduates Association (CGSGA) CSR Committee leadership team delighted children at the Gangodawila Balika Children’s Home when they organised a tea party for them. Sixty children attended the party which was organised as part of CGSGA’s social responsibility (CSR) initiative. It was followed by the donation of individual packs of books to these children. It was the first CSR project organised by the CHSGA for 2020 and is the first of many to follow.

This valuable initiative, which was undertaken with the funds collected from CHSGA’s 2019 Christmas Party, was spearheaded by Geethanjalie Holland, Head of CHSGA CSR Organising Committee. These contributions are vital for the children’s home, which relies heavily on charitable donations. Hence, CHSGA’s donations will help transform the lives of these children.

“It was a wonderful experience to meet the children and care-givers at the Gangodawila Balika Children’s Home , said CHSGA’s President Priyal Perera. “We are delighted to be able to improve the facilities at this institution through our donations. But the most satisfying part of the visit was spending time with the children.”

“Initiatives like this help to remind us about the things in life that truly matter. Taking responsibility for our children is a core part of CHSGA’s philosophy and we are fully committed to supporting local social undertakings,” stated Geethanjalie Holland.

The Ceylon Hotel School Graduates Association (CHSGA), established in 1971 (incorporated by the Parliament Act No: 21 of 1984), takes pride in being the pioneering Hospitality Professional Association in SL. With an alumni of over 1500 members, CHSGA members hold significant senior managerial and leadership positions in the industry, both in Sri Lanka and I the international markets. CHSGA members have significantly contributed to the growth of tourism in Sri Lanka. 

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