Thank you for supporting our essential work! Bridging Lanka is a public benevolent institution with the following endorsements:
Name: Bridging Lanka Ltd
Bank: Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Account No.: 11837067
Account Name: Bridging Lanka (Guarantee) Limited
Bank: Hatton National Bank MANNAR Branch
Account No: 020010014651
Swift Code: HBLILKLX
Bank code: 7083
Branch Code: 020
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We hugely appreciate any donations we receive however, to adequately plan and implement our important development work, we need a reliable financial base. Your weekly/monthly/annual pledge through the Bridging Lanka Circle enables us to build a sustainable operation which can respond quickly and flexibly to human need in a dynamic and ever-changing context.
“Vision, energy and love drive Jeremy Liyanage and Bridging Lanka’s responsive, purposeful projects. Having volunteered twice, I appreciate the incredible resourcefulness and struggle behind actions, people and photos showcased in BL reports. With minimal funds and deep humanity, Bridging Lanka is building strong minds, hearts, bodies, job skills and community leadership of young people, sustainable agriculture, animal welfare, relief from poverty and peaceful resolution of conflict.”
Jan Gillies, Gold Coast, Australia
“We support Bridging Lanka with a monthly donation because we can see the difference it makes to the lives of poor people and families. Regular donations are value for money because Bridging Lanka has low overhead costs, works with volunteers, and receives co-contributions from the Australian Government. Bridging Lanka’s grassroots projects help young people find purpose, support women’s livelihood and gender equality, and create ongoing employment opportunities for the local community.”
Steve & Ellen Dunn, Melbourne, Australia
“We support Bridging Lanka for many reasons. We believe its flexible, grassroots approach to community development and long-term commitment to embed in Mannar provides the most meaningful and sustainable results. We like how each project area ticks so many boxes in terms of positive social outcomes and flow-on effects. BL’s practice framework is grounded and ethical, and its commitment to Mannar and Sri Lanka is genuine. Much is achieved on a very tight budget.”
Nigel & Patricia Sloss, Brisbane, Australia
Your pledge to Bridging Lanka goes directly to supporting vulnerable communities in Mannar District, Northern Sri Lanka with: