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Corporate Responsibilities

Giving back to our community:

In a context of a growing concern for CSR and search for a sustainable and harmonious development in our home country, we at hSenid have worked throughout the past few years to build a strong relationship with our community. As a decade has rolled by since our inception we jointly fulfill this commitment with our employees, at all levels of the company, by getting involved together to help build stronger communities and conserve natural resources.

hSenid cares about the communities in which we live and work. We are dedicated to effective corporate citizenship, leading the way in charitable giving, and a commitment to the environment. Our mission and our goals are to help make a difference as one team. In doing so we believe that we could bring about change in our mother land.

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Little Angels Project:

The Little Angels Project was launched on the 6th of December 2007. The charity raffle was one of hSenid’s many efforts to raise funds for the 4 charitable homes it supported mainly for underprivileged children. The 4 charitable organizations are:

  1. Ranasiri Adikari children's home
  2. Imbulana Sri Sena Maha Vidyalaya, Ruwanwella
  3. Cancer Hospital children’s Ward
  4. Mathugama rural hospital children’s ward

  5. The 4 lucky winners are:

    1st Prize lucky winner is Ticket No. 10309 - Yasoma Jayasinghe

    2nd Prize lucky winner is Ticket No. 12379 - Manel Gunarane

    3rd Prize lucky winner is Ticket No. 12330 - D P G K Thilakarathne

    4th Prize lucky winner is Ticket No. 11062 - Channa Senevirathne

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Mathugama rural hospital children’s ward:

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Confidence in Water :

In 2007 hSenid sponsored a “learn to swim” campaign conducted by Swim Lanka and the Rainbow swimming academy. The Swim Lanka Shallow Water Training Pool has a target course size of 108 children between the ages of 6 and 12. Swim Lanka is concerned with all tsunami affected children in the coastal areas of Sri Lanka, including displaced persons from the political situation and disabled children. The project builds their confidence to overcome their fear of water, through Trauma Confrontation, by giving water therapy.

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Tsunami Relief Effort:

On December 26th 2004 the bright and beautiful sandy beaches of Sri Lanka were destroyed by a thirty foot Tsunami wave. Not only did the wave take the lives of thousands of people but it destroyed thousands of buildings, livelihood and the entire infrastructure the coastal regions of the island.

More than 40,000 people have been reported dead in Sri Lanka. Most of them were in the eastern district of Batticaloa. Thousands were missing and more than a half million displaced. hSenid together with “Red Cross” visited “Valachchenai” a tsunami affected area and donated, as well as helped out with the relief aid workers. hSenid not only donated majority of the essential items needed for some villagers but also helped out in building shelters for the affected citizens.