We are very pleased to inform that our youth group had a very successful drink stall on 1st of January at Keysborough temple. We served cool fruit juices and kids juice boxes as well as cool water bottle to more than 1500 temple devotees on that day. Our youth members were received many appreciations and thanks from parents and temple devotees for their generous act. They really admired that youths come forward to organise such great meritorious event. It was an excellent beginning of our Dhammasarana youth group.
It is with deepest sorrow that we inform you of the death of Mrs. Leela Rajapaksa who was closely associated with our Temple and was the loving mother of Lalith, late Devika, Ramya and Champika. As per the wishes of Mrs. Rajapakse, her body was donated to Melbourne University. Due to the prevailing Covid-19 restrictions the Dayaka Sabhawa will plan a suitable occasion in the future to accrue merits for the departed. We take this opportunity to convey our deepest sympathies to the family members . May she attain the supreme bliss of Nibbana.
Donation of non re-breather masks to Ragama Teaching Hospital was presented from the BSAV funds and funds from another source through AUSLMAT. Many blessings to all who contributed.
DR Erosha Premaratne /AUSTRALIA SRI-LANKA MEDICAL AID TEAM The Airvo donated by BSAV has been handed over to Dr. Mallawarachchi at Chilaw Hospital as per the document below. The balance of (AUD $ 312) donated by BSAV was spent on non-re-breather masks which were urgently required by Kalubowila and Ragama hospitals last week, as there were major issues of oxygenating patients who were nursed in hospital corridors etc.... as you may have seen on the Sri-Lankan news.
Dhamma Sarana Vihara donations were delivered to Dehattkandiya hospital Through AUSLMAT Doctors at the hospital with donated equipment. We thank our members and devotees for their generous contributions Theruwan Sarani