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NOLIMIT refurbishes Seewali Grounds, Ratnapura


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Understanding the importance of the wellbeing of our people and being in the forefront of undertaking CSR projects that are vital and beneficial to the society, NOLIMIT has launched several programs, particularly healthcare development projects by providing vital facilities to hospital wards in Colombo and other parts of Sri Lanka.



Continuing in its efforts to put resources toward the development of the community and taking into account of promoting sports activities through increasing sport opportunities for youngsters, improving community sport environments, and enhancing international competitiveness of athletes, NOLIMIT recently concluded the refurbishment of the Seewali Grounds in Ratnapura, the capital of the Sabragamuwa Province.

Whilst undertaking the full maintenance of the grounds, the company provided extra facilities by refurbishing the entire grounds and the pavilion at a cost of Rs. 1 million along with a donation of a brand new riding lawn mower worth Rs. 500,000.


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