Corporate Partners
Corporate Partners

World Vision Sri Lanka's corporate partners create engaging initiatives to raise awareness of poverty, children's vulnerability and provide financial support to help those in need.

We work with companies of all sizes who share our passion to help children flourish. We create partnership solutions that align with company goals and missions in unique, impactful ways. Together, we work to help communities develop the perfect recipe for sustainable success. Corporations can support our lifechanging work by supporting our programming in one or more of our areas of focus.
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HSBC

HSBC has been partnering with World Vision Lanka since 2014

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A project was launched to increase the financial capability and employability of vulnerable communities. It will continue until 2022 and will benefit 1,500 individuals including unemployed
youth, unemployed women and O/L, A/L Students.

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John Keells Foundation

John Keells Foundation

John Keells has been partnering with World Vision Lanka since 2013 for their Village Adoption Programme to improve life for children and their families.

In 2020, more than 100 fishermen benefitted through a new fisheries community centre in Mullaitivu. More than 230 persons received training including 50 students affected by floods received...

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Ford Motors

Ford Motors

Ford has been partnering with World Vision Lanka since 2016

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In 2020, about 40 families in Kalpitiya received water through a shallow wells project and solar pumped well pilot project.

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Solar empowerment

Solar Empowerment Initiative

Distribute solar lamps to the vulnerable communities who do not have access to electricity. 

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Over 2,000 solar lamps and solar energy kits were distributed among children and schools in Kalpitiya (North West), Delft Island (North), Bibile (South East), and Kiran, Paddipolai, Koralaipattu, Trincomalee and Muttur (East) in the same areas and to Muthur and Vaharai in the East.