About us.

Life is full of uncertainty. It is even more prominent for those who are less privileged, lack resources and are suffering from poor health conditions. And as a result, it is sometimes the people who most need to reach out are the people who are least capable of doing so.

Kindness: A Life of Meaning

Impacting positively on the welfare of others requires a great deal of compassion and sincerity as well as dedication of time. Nevertheless, it is not without rewards as life is essentially more meaningful for those who are willing to lend a helping hand. In fact, those who are more privileged and live in modest circumstances can make a huge change in the lives of those who are less fortunate. Therefore as a human family, we should take care of one another and show our LOVE and KINDNESS.

Sukhitha Relief Fund (SRF), established on on the 17th of September, 2015 in Kandy, Sri Lanka is entirely based on such ideologies. SRF is a non-profitable welfare organization and the ideology of the fund is to seek to improve the quality of life; to promote human dignity and to enhance wellbeing of individuals, families and societies. SRF focuses on the rural areas of Sri Lanka to improve educational, social and economic standards through welfare projects identified by our provincial representatives. Sri Lankans who live in some European countries are the major supporters of SRF. After the establishment of SRF in 2015, the following welfare projects were successfully organized.

Completed Projects
  • Supporting schoolchildren in three schools in Ampara district
  • Providing some needs for disabled individuals in Kandy district
  • Distributing clothes and uniforms to children in refugee camps in Aranayaka after floods and landslides in May 2016 (in collaboration with Buddhist Federation of Norway).
  • Supporting school children with uniforms and clothes in Taldena school, Migahakiula
  • Distributing farming tools for fifty (50) farmer families in Kabithigollawa, Anuradhapura
  • Donating ITI water filters and clothes for 100 farmer families who have been suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease Undetermined cause (CKDu)
  • Distributing books, school bags and other classroom needs for 500 school children from 10 remote schools in Badulla district. This project was launched in collaboration with Badulla central college A/L Media Batch 2018.
  • Supporting 15 students attending Advanced Level (A/L) classes in a few schools in Monaragala district by providing mobile phones
  • Distribution of study materials to school children in Aralaganwila area
  • Donation of school items to kids at Pilimathalawa
  • Supporting 50 families in flood affected areas in Ratnapura