partners with Little Hearts to help save Children’s lives | Daily News partners with Little Hearts to help save Children’s lives has joined the national fundraising project Little Hearts in a bid to save lives of children with heart disease and critical illnesses by helping fund the building of a Cardiac and Critical Care Complex at the Lady Ridgeway Hospital Centre for Children.

As an active partner, hopes to assist Little Hearts achieve its financial target of Rs. 2 billion via means of continuous donations and support from its massive customer-base.

Little Hearts recently launched a range of merchandise on - available for sale to the general public. All proceeds of sales will be donated to Little Hearts to help reach its financial target. CEO of Dr. Nushad Perera said, “We are delighted to join hands with Little Hearts and embark on a shared mission to fulfill a worthy cause.

We will be extending our fullest support to help achieve their goal.”

Dr. Duminda Samarasinghe, Consultant Paediatric Cardiologist (Lady Ridgeway Hospital) and Project Coordinator of the Little Hearts project, stated, “We are very happy over’s decision to partner with Little Hearts.

We believe in a multi-pronged approach that go beyond donations and look into aspects where we can generate the Little Hearts concept of saving lives and cardiac care into the day-to-day needs of individuals; and’s partnership will ensure that.”

Little Hearts is a project organized in collaboration with the Sri Lanka College of Pediatricians in aid of constructing a Cardiac and Critical Care Complex at the Lady Ridgeway Hospital for Children. It is to be a National Centre, with the objective of providing timely, appropriate and the best possible care to all children with heart diseases and critical illnesses in every district of Sri Lanka; irrespective of caste, creed, ethnicity or financial prowess.

Over 10,000 children each year are to be treated at this facility and the lives of more than 1,500 children who would otherwise have left this world before their due time would be saved. Many of the children, who are to receive this care, come from impoverished families that cannot meet the requirements necessary to provide the best possible healthcare to safeguard the lives of their children.

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