Altair continues support to Little Sisters of the Poor

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Pradeep Moraes, Director of Indocean Developers presents Altair’s donation to Rev. Mother Rose, Superior of the Home in the presence of (from left) Sisters Irene and Margret of the Little Sisters of the Poor and Samney Seneviratne, Administrator and Velani Mendis Sales Administration Officer of Indocean Developers

In a gesture of good corporate citizenship, Indocean Developers, the promoter of the trailblazing Altair luxury condominium development in Colombo, has further enhanced its support to an elders’ home in the city.


The company has undertaken to provide 150 meals a day for an entire year for the 100 resident senior citizens, the 17 nuns of the Little Sisters of the Poor and the 33 staff of the St. Mary’s Home for the Aged at T. B. Jayah Mawatha, Colombo 10.
Altair has also funded the purchase of an Oxygenator, a life support device which will be of immense benefit to the elderly and infirm residents of the home.

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