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Deen Brothers Imports donetes school books and equipment

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The annual donation ceremony of school books and necessary equipment organised by Deen Brothers Imports Ltd. was successfully held recently. This social welfare program had been arranged by Najeeb Deen Foundation laid with full financial initiative by Deen Brothers Imports Ltd. Managing Director/Chief Executive Deshamanya Dr. Najeeb Deen and especially, the movement was guided by Jaya Guna Foundation, Seenigama with the prime objective of supporting the education of the children in the locality. 

These presents were distributed by Najeeb Deen among all the children of the staff of the company, 300 children of underpaid families around Matara and 400 children who make part of Najeeb Deen Foundation. Addressing the audience, Najeeb Deen made a particular remark that he had always been driven by the utmost desire and alacrity to be involved in such social welfare activities irrespective of race and religion of the recipients. Amongst his many initiations are the annual distribution of books and school equipment, Vesak Bath Dansal, the development of religious places, the contribution to sports and the development of public places. This kind of institutions which blends in social welfare activities without focusing only on one’s own business is a great example to all other businessmen.


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