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CMA organises ‘Mega Blood Donation Camp’

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A ‘Mega Blood Donation Camp’ was organised by The Institute of Certified Management Accountants of Sri Lanka (CMA) in association with Sri Lanka Police Bambalapitiya on 17 May, for the third occasion at the ‘Sri Vajirarama Viharasthanaya, Bambalapitiya’ under the genial and astute leadership of Professor Lakshman R. Watawala, President CMA Sri Lanka and former Chairman People’s Bank, and Vice-President, H.M. Hennayake Bandara, Member of Council, Adrian Perera, Chief Executive Officer, Kanishka Jayasinghe, Head of Finance, Dilhani Jayasinghe, together with CMA staff and the Bambalapitiya Police was represented by the Station OIC, who marshalled troops from the Police Officer In charge Community Service S.K.S.K. Samarasinghe, Police Constable Dissanayake and officers assisted the large number of participants with the noble act of donating blood in an organised manner. 

Prior to the commencement of the mega blood donation camp the chanting of ‘Addressing of five precepts by a most Venerable Ghanaseha Thero representing the ‘Sri Vajirarama Viharasthanaya, Bambalapitiya’. Many representatives from corporate companies, schools and several organisations in the vicinity and surroundings of the Bambalapitiya area participated and donated blood to ensure a successful blood donation camp. The officers and representatives from the National Blood Bank who were in attendance to collect the blood donated, commented that CMA Sri Lanka President and the Executive Committee, together with the Police Officers of the Bambalapitiya Police under the guidance of the Station Officer-in-Charge, should be highly commended for the extremely successful conduct of the Mega Blood Donation Camp.

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