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Adam Investments donates Rs. 1 m to President’s Kidney Relief Fund


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President Maithripala Sirisena and Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake in conversation as Adam Investments Chairman Dr. Ali Asger Shabbir Gulamhusein and Director Danushya Madiwake Gulamhusein look on

 

 

Adam Investments PLC Chairman Dr. Ali Asger Shabbir Gulamhusein and Director Danushya Madiwake Gulamhusein donated Rs. 1 million to the President’s Kidney Relief Fund at a function held in Polonnaruwa. 

The fund is intended to help all those suffering from the kidney blight which is plaguing central Sri Lanka. 

The function held in Polonnaruwa, one of the main epicentres of the kidney blight, was attended by President Maithripala Sirisena who received the donation, Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake, Ministry of Finance Secretary MP Azath Saley, National Savings Bank Chairman, HDFC Bank Chairman, Deputy Minister of Tourism and Sports Vasantha Senanayake, Polonnaruwa District MP Peshala Jayarathne and many other dignitaries. 

A spokesperson for the company said: “Adam Investments is passionate about its commitment to our country and its people and this philosophy is spearheaded throughout our Group by the Chairman and the Directors who take this commitment to heart.”


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