Sustainable Clean Sri Lanka

Sustainable Lanka’s education aid initiative for underprivileged children in Sri Lanka aims to provide access to quality education to children who are in need and may not have the resources to pursue their dreams. Education is a fundamental right, and we believe that every child should have the opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of their background.

In Sri Lanka, many children face barriers to education due to poverty, lack of infrastructure, and social inequality. These children often do not have access to basic educational resources such as books, stationery, and technology, which can significantly impact their learning and future opportunities. By providing education aid, we can help bridge this gap and empower children to reach their full potential.

We believe that education is a powerful tool for social change and economic development. By providing education aid to underprivileged children in Sri Lanka, we can create a more equitable and just society where every child has the opportunity to learn and grow. Join us today in making a difference in the lives of these children and the future of Sri Lanka.


Our goals for this initiative include:

How it works:

Our education aid initiative works by partnering with local schools and communities to identify children who need support. We provide educational resources such as books, stationery, and technology to help these children excel in their studies. We also cover school fees and related expenses to ensure that children can continue their education without financial burden. Additionally, we organize educational programs and workshops to promote learning and development, as well as mentorship programs to support children in achieving their goals.

How to get involved:

There are many ways to get involved in our education aid initiative. You can donate to support our cause, volunteer your time and expertise, or partner with us to support children in need. Together, we can create a brighter future for underprivileged children in Sri Lanka.