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PRINCE SUNCITY – Sri Lanka Charity at Nelum Pokuna

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Datto Sri Ong Kean Swan who is known as prince Suncity was born in Malaysia to a business family. Prince Suncity is in the international real estate and wealth creation business and he has his business ventures spread all around the globe.

Philanthropist Prince Suncity has visited Sri Lanka on several occasions and specially arrived to Sri Lanka on 15th October 2015 for a large scale humanitarian donation programme held at the Kotawa Walipotha Sri Sathbudu Maha Viharaya with the blessings of Hon: Minister Duminda Dissanayake.

On his previous visit to Sri Lanka he donated school items and dry rations each worth of Rs. 15,000/- and Rs. 7,000/- respectively to 1500 children selected from 2000 needy families.

At the invitation of the Executive Protection Solutions Asia [Pvt] Ltd [EPSA] Prince has visited to Sri Lanka again with his team comprising the delegations From China, Singapore, Hong-Kong and Malaysia on 22nd July 2018. 

In order to deliver their gratitude towards Sri Lanka and especially for needy school children, Prince and his delegation has organized a donation program at the Nelumpokuna on the 23rd July 2018. 

We have invited Schooling Children from low income families and has invited them to participate to the event to receive Rs, 8,000/- worth of School items as a donation.

This event is organized with the blessings of Chief incumbentof the Gangarama Temple Ven. Galaboda Gnanissara thero and event will be graced by several honourable ministers representing the government of Sri Lanka. 

We hereby request your fullest co-operation to make this event a success which will be beneficial to every one of us. 


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