Kids Art talent to uncover at ATL’s Adhyapana Plus Art Competition

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Amana Takaful Life PLC (ATL) has renewed its commitment to the future of its policyholders’ children through “Adhyapana Plus”, a distinct child education plan that provides comprehensive insurance cover for both the parent/guardian and the child. It assures long-term protection, savings and investment to help finance the child's higher education while also offering a comprehensive hospitalisation cover during the term of the plan. Furthermore, the unique plan guarantees an uninterrupted investment plan for your child, in an event the family is faced with the unfortunate demise of the insurer.

With the aim of fostering the creative talents of our children, the company is organizing the ATL “Adhyapana Plus” Art Competition 2019. The competition will provide a platform for their children to win exciting prizes by showcasing their artistic abilities. It will also encourage them to express themselves using art, while providing parents the opportunity to nurture the creative talents in their children.

In today’s competitive world, the cost of quality education continues to increase, which means parents have to plan ahead and build up savings for their children’s education. They have to work extra hard and put in long hours in their efforts to guarantee a brighter future for their child. Unfortunately, this results in them spending less time with their children and leads to a drastic drop in quality family time. Encouraging children to take part in extra curricular activities such as art is a good way to engage with them to build closer bonds. The simple act of drawing or painting during free time will help children explore new ways of expressing themselves and discover more about their hidden talents. It helps them gain confidence and look at the world in a more positive light, an important aspect in producing balanced individuals.

ATL’s “Adhyapana Plus” Art Competition 2019 will be open to all of its policyholder’s island wide and is one of several new initiatives to reward their loyal policyholders. The competition will be conducted under three age categories with a different theme for each category. The theme for the 3 to 6 year age category is “My Family”, 7 to 12 year category is “What I want to be when I grow up” and 13 to 15 year category is “We are all Sri Lankans”. Contestants have the freedom to choose any colouring material of their choice to demonstrate their creativity on an unfolded white A4 sheet. An expert panel consisting of leading artists will pick the winners who will be felicitated in Colombo in October. The winners across all 3 categories will be presented with exciting prizes, including bicycles and other giveaways.

Expressing his views, Gehan Rajapakse – Chief Executive Officer ATL Life stated, “ATL believes in fostering the talents of all children. In today's fast-paced world, children rarely have the time to sit and express themselves through art. This competition will help parents to encourage their children to reveal their artistic side and in the process hopefully win a prize for their efforts." He added that “Adhyapana Plus” would ensure that your child's dreams are fulfilled. "If by any chance, the policyholder passes away, ATL will step in to take over the payments to ensure that the child's financial requirements are met at the end of the term of the plan so that the your child has the best chance of succeeding in life," he concluded.

All entries should be marked “ATL Life Art Competition” on the top left corner of the envelope and sent via register post to, The Manager - Life Insurance, Amana Takaful Life PLC, No.660-1/1, Galle Road, Colombo 3; to reach on or before 23rd August 2019. Entries can also be handed over to the nearest ATL branch. Further information about the competition can be obtained by calling the ATL Help Desk on 011-750-1063 during office hours.

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