Ideal Motors presents ambulance to Madura Vithana Foundation | Sunday Observer

Ideal Motors presents ambulance to Madura Vithana Foundation

19 September, 2021
Chairman of Ideal Group, Nalin Welgama presents the Mahindra Ambulance to MP Madura Vithana, MP. Looking on from left:  Kotte Municipal Councilors Denzil Gamage and Nisha Wasanthi,  Head of Sales, Ideal Motors, Dilshan Tennakoon, Deputy General Manager, Ideal First Choice, Lahiru Silva and Product Promotions Manager, Ideal Group, Saranga Paranahewa.
Chairman of Ideal Group, Nalin Welgama presents the Mahindra Ambulance to MP Madura Vithana, MP. Looking on from left:  Kotte Municipal Councilors Denzil Gamage and Nisha Wasanthi,  Head of Sales, Ideal Motors, Dilshan Tennakoon, Deputy General Manager, Ideal First Choice, Lahiru Silva and Product Promotions Manager, Ideal Group, Saranga Paranahewa.

Ideal Motors (Pvt) Ltd donated a Mahindra Ambulance valued at Rs. 10 million to the Madura Vithana Foundation recently.

The fully-equipped ambulance was handed over by  Chairman of Ideal Group, Nalin Welgama to Madura Vithana, MP,  founder of the Foundation. The vehicle was donated primarily to enable the Foundation to support the vaccination of persons over 60 years of age and the disabled in the Colombo district.

The donation also coincided with the company’s Founders’ Day, the birthday of Nalin Welgama, the Founder and Chairman of the Ideal Group which was commemorated on September 5. 

Nalin Welgama said, “Founders Day is a special event in the calendar of our company as September 5th marks the inauguration of our business. Over the years the company has engaged in countless social service programmes, however, we have not sought any publicity for our work. My humble request is to come forward and dutifully work towards the development of the country.”

MP Madura Vithanage said, “Our country is facing a severe shortage of ambulances due to the current corona epidemic. We aim to coordinate with the police and the local authorities and ensure that those over 60  and unable to go to vaccination centers can be visited at home and vaccinated.”

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