A holistic approach to bridging the gap between the urban and rural sector in Sri Lanka, empowering over 35,000 lives in 200+ villages via 30 sectors in action, monthly, free of cost .

In pursuance of future Olympians the National Olympic Committee

joins hands with the Foundation of Goodness

Foundation of Goodness (FoG) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Olympic Committee (NOC) to harness and enhance training and development of rural talent. The signing took place at the Olympic House on 5th December 2018.

FoG has provided training, exposure and facilities to rural athletes from the all parts of provincial Sri Lanka. The skipper of the National Deaf Cricket Team, G.L. Malkam that brought home the Deaf-ICC T20 World Cup (DICC) this November, Lakruwan Wijesiri who achieved the historic feet of being the first Sri Lankan Triathlete at the 2018 Asian Games, 17 year old Kaveesha Dilhari; the youngest member of the National Women’s T20 Cricket team and Sri Lanka Youth Netball Team captain, Mandira Charuni are some of the athletes who are a part of the Foundation of Goodness sports family, having trained with FoG for many years. The Foundation also scouts for upcoming talent to nurture: their latest protégé being South Asian Junior Athletic Championship 2018, Gold Medallist, Amasha de Silva









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