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Browns Hotels and Resorts launches humanitarian relief programme

Suresh Athukorala, General Manager Club Hotel Dolphin serves refreshments at Arunodaya Home for the differently abled.
Suresh Athukorala, General Manager Club Hotel Dolphin serves refreshments at Arunodaya Home for the differently abled.

Browns Hotels and Resorts launched a humanitarian relief effort to uplift the community amidst the economic downturn.

Sri Lanka is currently facing a major economic crisis paving the way for food and fuel shortages. With the current economic conditions, people are struggling to make ends meet. The latest humanitarian programme launched was to provide relief to those who are most affected.

Channa Ekanayake, General Manager Avani Bentota Resort hands over packs of dry rations.

The project includes the distribution of dry ration packs to the most poverty stricken families nominated by the Grama Niladhari of the Divisional Secretariat and for the non-profit establishments such as children homes, elders’ homes and the incapacitated houses nearby. The project was initiated in response to the current situation, in the localities of Dickwella, Mirissa, Bentota, Pasikuda, Sigiriya and Waikkal, where Browns Hotels and Resorts operate in.

Browns Hotels and Resorts Group General Manager Eksath Wijerathne stated, “As a business, we strongly believe that it is important to give back to the community as it is our social responsibility. Browns Hotels has always been a community facilitator in the forefront sustaining the nation through calamities and emergencies”.

Browns Hotels and Resorts unwavering efforts in uplifting tourism and the community in which it operates during the toughest of times, makes it one of the most sought-after hospitality brands in the region and it is a testament to the optimistic outlook the company has on the revival of tourism, as they prepare to welcome travellers from around the globe.

 


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