First Awareness Program

The First Awareness Program held in Kandy City Centre on the 14th & 15th of August 2016.

Outreach Camps Service

The main reason to start the outreach camp programs were to reach out to people who are unable to come to CFH for help. The first step was to analyze the geographical spread of the outpatients. We therefore decided to conduct outreach camps out of Kandy. It was not an easy task to explain our approach and convince the people about the process of outreach camps. Our first camp was in Ampara in the year 1999 which was a resounding success. This encouraged us to continue with outreach camps and we have completed a number of them to date.

Australian Artificial Hands Day at the Centre For Handicapped

PDG Terry Daley and Barry Tennent from Australia visited the Centre on the month of April this year to give out hands to the needy.

Fund Raising Event of Thusitha Ganhewa

M/s. Thusitha Ganhewa ran a 100 Klm Ultra Marathon in Queensland  on 11th June 2017 to raise funds for Centre For Handicapped, Kundasale, Sri Lanka.

Mrs. Ayesha Wijeyeratne celebrated her 50th Bithday with a big difference!


Mrs. Ayesha Wijeyeratne, who is a committed social worker in Kandy celebrated her 50th Birthday with a big difference. Her main intention on her Birthday party was to open up a Permanent Fund at Center For Handicapped. Where she informed the invitees if they choose to give a gift that it should be a donation for Centre For Handicapped. We opened up a Preferment Fund in name of 'Ayesha Imbuldeniya Wijeyeratne Family & Friends Permanent Fund'.

She says "It is a dream come true for me and I am truly happy that together with my family an friends, I was able to do this for the Center for Handicapped. May the Center grow from strength to strength and all of you who dedicate your services for the Center, be blessed with good health, wealth, happiness, prosperity and contentment."

Siyatha Miss Sri Lanka 2017 finalist – Miss Wasana Wickramarathna Gunasekara

Miss Wasana Wickramarathna Gunasekara ( Entrepreneur and Civil Engineering Graduate )- Siyatha Miss Sri Lanka 2017 finalist visited the Centre For Handicapped on 11th September 2017 and donated 5 Orthosis devices for kids.

This is what she said,

" The motto of Miss Sri Lanka is ' Beauty with a purpose' where the contestants from over more than 150 countries are required to submit a vidoe or presenatation on their project. The beauty with a purpose project aims to raise awareness of a worthy cause and conduct a community project. 

My project is ' A Walk With A Smile' where i collect donations by raising awareness to help the children in need. The project will continue anually to donate Orthosis devices  and go further to even doante Prosthetics with electronics to enable better movement and comfort. 

I am glad that i was able to help these children to walk again and i am also thankful for the donators to make this project a success."