Hope for Children of April 21 Victims

— Sri Lanka Association Of Greater Washington

Thank you!

Hope for Children of April 21 Victims

— Sri Lanka Association Of Greater Washington

Thank you!

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Did you know...

The terrorist attack on April 21 left many children financially impaired because one or both parents have been lost in the attack.

How you can help

The Sri Lanka Association of Washington, D.C.—together with alumni of Negombo's Maris Stella College want to assist the children with one or both parents lost in the attacks on St. Sebastian's Church in Katuwapitiya by providing them with immediate and long-term living and education expenses. Considering many children left behind, sponsored children are lucky. They receive a second chance in life.

About this nonprofit

Sri Lanka Association of Greater Washington’s (SLAGW) focus is to assist humanitarian and educational programs in Sri Lanka. In addition to this, SLAGW also support natural disaster recovery work and other charitable work.

Check them out at: http://www.slawdc.org

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