Who We Are

About Us


The legacy left behind by Rosina Nanayakkara of loving and humble service to the poor, the needy and the voiceless inspired us, her immediate family, colleagues and close friends to continue Rosina Nanayakkara's vision and services. The Rosina Nanayakkara Charitable Trust Fund (RNTCF) was set up as the medium through which our work would be carried out.

 



The Trust was set up in Sri Lanka on December 29, 2011 under the provisions of the Trusts Ordinance No. 9 of 1917 for purposes which include the following:



Our Mission

 

Assist and empower the disadvantaged and the voiceless so that society recognizes and treats them with the love and respect they deserve. 

 

Rosina Nanayakkara’s love and care for others was universal. She did not discriminate by race, religion, or belief, and was respectful of all religions.  The Trust will continue this philosophy of serving all Sri Lankans that meet our mandate. 



Our Mandate


Rosina Nanayakkara dedicated all her mental, spiritual and physical resources to the service of those who needed them.  The impact she has had on all those around her prompted us to define our mandate to carry on to the best of our own ability the service she rendered to Sri Lankans in educating the young and being of service to others, especially to the voiceless.





Our Objectives

 

The Trust was created for the following purposes:

To provide financial assistance for needy Sri Lankan students with their education and related expenses:
  • to assist the 2004 Tsunami orphans till the male students reach 19 years of age and the female students complete their tertiary education;
  • to assist any needy deserving Sri Lankan students between 5 and 21 years of age;
  • to carry out a social media campaign to educate and counsel the beneficiaries of the Trust Fund and their parents and caretakers about the importance of appropriate usage of the resources made available to them through the Trust Fund.

To provide financial assistance to identified  institutions that house young mentally challenged individuals with special needs:
  • to assist in the day to day management of the residential cottages for the young mentally challenged special needs individuals;
  • to carry out social media campaigns to raise awareness about the cause of the young mentally challenged individuals with special needs in Sri Lanka and to educate and offer counseling to the parents and other caretakers of these individuals with special needs.

Our Trustees

Our Board of Trustees constitute the following persons:

     Ethel Indrani Nanayakkara – Chairperson 

     Indika Joy Rankothge - President

     Jinadasa Rankothge – Treasurer

     Hemamala Nandanee Dissanayake – Advisor,
                                                          beneficiaries


     Nirmala Agnes Claudina Liyanage – Accountant

     Manjula Dissanayake – Public Relations Advisor

     Meriam Anushani Welikala Bibile - Trust Member

    
    
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