It was a great pleasure for all the Trustees, members of the management, staff and well wishers to get together to attend the first Fundraising dinner in Sri lanka. It gave the opportunity for the Founder of SHARE Foundation Mrs. Celine Samarasinhe to give an update...
The Philip King Charitable Trust (U.K.) has joined hands with the SHARE Foundation to help save the lives of patients in the Renal Dialysis Unit at Anuradhapura General Hospital. On the 2nd of February 2010, we held the official launch of our programme in the North...
SHARE in my view, is indeed a highly commendable project, which deserves the unstinted co-operation and support of all right-thinking people around the world.
How You Can Help?
The SHARE Foundation has been set up to fund nursing projects for the poor and disadvantaged in the third world countries. Its purpose is to provide free nursing care for the infirm, elderly and terminally ill in the low-income groups. We have extended our nursing care to the physically and mentally disabled in these underprivileged communities. The object of the project is to support and care for patients in their homes and to promote the prevention of ill health by providing health education to the public.
Our key areas of focus are for the socially disadvantaged: care for the elderly, terminally ill, mentally and physically disabled.