Find below a list of funds for supporting projects in Sri Lanka.
Children’s Fund for Peace
Children's Fund for Peace (CFP) seeks to improve the lives of children affected by civil conflict in South Asia. To this end, we enhance regional partnerships and provide resources to protect families, ensure safety, and increase education of arts and rights, so that children will witness peace. Learn more and donate.
Kristi Anderson Tsunami Women and Children’s Fund
This memorial Fund was created in memory of Kristi Anderson, a woman from California who perished in the tsunami while vacationing in Sri Lanka. Learn more and donate.
National Childrens Village — Sri Lanka
Funding for National Childrens Village makes possible scholarships, schools and education resources for children in Hapugalle, Sri Lanka affected by the 2004 tsunami. Learn more and donate.
OLPC Lanka Foundation
OLPC (One Laptop per Child) Lanka Foundation is a charitable Trust created with one of its primary objectives being to fund the development of multi-lingual academic and educational content to encourage critical thinking and developing learning skills in children. Learn more and donate.
Paynter Home Children’s Fund
The Paynter Home provides shelter for children who have been orphaned, deserted, or those who come from under-privileged, single parent homes or broken homes . Learn more and donate.
PPSRI Fund (Physical/Psycho-Social Rehabilitation Institute – Sri Lanka)
The Physical/Psycho-Social Rehabilitation Institutes – Sri Lanka (PPSRI) is an initiative that aims to address the needs of the Sri Lankan population in the wake of a brutal civil war and the tsunami natural disaster. Learn more and donate.
This fund has been established to support Trinity College in Kandy, Sri Lanka. Learn more and donate.
Tsunami Renewal Fund
Established by Mike Rea, Mayra Padilla and the TsunamiPlus10 team for those wishing to commit to the philanthropic opportunity and need in Sri Lanka, Aceh, and other communities affected by the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami. How have communities recovered, especially hard hit Aceh and Sri Lanka? And what of the world's philanthropy -- starting with the $4M I helped allocate on behalf of contributors to Give2Asia? Our 2 1/2 year journey stops first in Sri Lanka, August 2012. Learn more and donate.