Elephant House donates PPEs to Homagama Hospital | Sunday Observer

Elephant House donates PPEs to Homagama Hospital

Elephant House presented Personal Protection Equipment (PPEs) to the Homagama Base Hospital recently. This project was an extension of the John Keells Praja Shakthi CSR initiative in Ranala – a collaboration with community empowerment between Elephant House and John Keells Foundation.

The John Keells Foundation, the CSR division of the Group that is spearheading many such initiatives, collaborated with Ceylon Cold Stores (Elephant House) in identifying and donating PPE needs to the Homagama Base Hospital.

Elephant House together with Keells Supermarkets and John Keells Foundation previously distributed over 10,500 packs of essential provisions free of charge to families in the Western Province, supporting the Government’s initiative of ensuring that Sri Lankans have access to daily essentials during these difficult times.

Ceylon Cold Stores PLC is a subsidiary of John Keells Holdings PLC (JKH), Sri Lanka’s largest listed company in the Colombo Stock Exchange operating over 70 companies in seven diverse industry sectors. In 2020, John Keells Group celebrates 150 years of being in business and contributing to the Sri Lankan economy and development of the country.