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CIPM Sri Lanka upgrades park for children with special needs

The CIPM team at the Park for Children with Special Needs
The CIPM team at the Park for Children with Special Needs

CIPM Sri Lanka – the Nation’s leader in human resources management teamed up with the Enable the Disabled (ETD) Foundation to upgrade the Children’s Park at the BRC Grounds – Park Road in Colombo 5 on Wednesday 10th December 2019 to cater to the special requirements of differently-able children.

A large number of delegates including CIPM Sri Lanka President – Dhammika Fernando, Ken Vijayakumar – Hony. Treasurer, Director CIPM Business School – Chris Obeysekera, Chief Executive Officer CIPM Sri Lanka – P. G. Tennakoon, CIPM Sri Lanka Council Members, members of the faculty and staff of CIPM Sri Lanka together with the Chairperson – Jezaayar Hassendeen, Enable the Disable Foundation, members of the Foundation and the children and their parents and well wishers were present at the handing over ceremony.

“As responsible corporate citizens it is our obligation and our duty to ensure inclusivity for the differently-able to join the mainstream of life. This newly upgraded Children’s Park with special equipment caters to the special needs of special children will go a long way in providing opportunities for recreation which is an essential ingredient in leading a healthy life” said Dhammika Fernando – President, CIPM Sri Lanka addressing the gathering.

“Experiencing the joy of seeing their faces light up today is our justification for CIPM Sri Lanka’s mega CSR initiative in inclusivity,” he added.

The project was organized and coordinated by the Standing Committee on Member Services & Related Events of CIPM Sri Lanka. The effort to raise the required funds to meet the expenses was started with the “CIPM Great HR Charity Walk & Carnival” on 26th January 2019. This was a charity walk from the CIPM Sri Lanka Head Office at “HR House”, Colombo 5 to Campbell Park, Borella which was followed by a mini-carnival.

All the funds collected at this event was channeled to procure the necessary equipment to upgrade the park to provide inclusivity to the differently-able children. This was the main fund raising event held on to generate the necessary funds for this project.


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