Columbathurai School for Disadvantaged Tamil Children

A THANK YOU NOTE addressed to MOHAN SAMARASINHE, 27 July 2021

Dear Respected Sir

I would like to extend my sincere thanks for coming forward to establish a Pre-school in our place and begin for the poor and needy. I highly appreciate your great service towards our people especially it is how important to see that a Sinhala  person has come forward to help Tamil  who have suffered so much since 1983. Even though we tried to get help from many people they didnt give us proper reply. Then only I requested Mr.Mohan Samarasingha. You accepted our request without any hesitation to support us to begin the school succesfully. You have already given nearly four hundred thousand rupees to renovate the building. Now the building has come up  yet we have to do little work to finish. So we hope to receive  your support in future too. Once again I extend my sincere thanks to your love and grate service towards us.

Thank you

A MEMO in CLARIFICATION from Mohan in UK, 27 July 2021

My latest project in Colombuthurai for the benefit of 20 children from the poorest families in the village, which Amitha & husband Rajan (English teacher at British Way) will be managing. The focus will be on Spoken English. The children will not be required to pay any fees and I hope to be able to provide them with a free meal.
I have initiated it in memory of my late mother who was a very charitable and kind lady and the school will be named the Bianca Samarasinhe Kindergarden. 
I first came to know Sr Amitha (she was a novice Catholic nun) when our charity SPICE was conducting programmes in the area and she was teaching English in the local school. She left the nuns to get married but continued English tutoring. 
I am not asking you or anyone else for donations. However, your prayers for the success of the school will be much appreciated.
Thank you and blessings, Mohan

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