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Kanrich Finance helps Dhamma School in Kahatapitiya Viharaya

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Kanrich Finance has launched a movement, the primary aim of which, is to assist Buddhist  Institutions. 

Titled “Sasunata Diriyak” (Helping Buddha Sasana), this Progarmme has come into being in terms of a concept of Shiran Wirasinghe, CEO, Kanrich Finance.
This Organization has consistently prioritized religious and spiritual services. These activities have won the trust and the admiration of a wide clientele, for Kanrich Finance, for over four decades, placing the institution in the ranks of leading indigenous finance organizations.

The latest act of merit in this programme, was the donation of a wash room complex for the use of the students of Sri Sangaraja Dhamma school, associated with the Rajamaha Viharaya, Kahatapitiya, Weralla.

The patron of this Dhamma School is Ven. Ihalagama Pangnadassi Thero. This complex was officially inaugurated by  Aloka Wahalawatte, General Manager, Kanrich Finance. The Management and the staff of Kanrich Finance, Kurunagala branch participated in this inauguration ceremony.

Kanrich Finance  is distinguished  by its dedication to beneficial spiritual and social welfare activities that ensure  the well-being of  people. These activities go beyond business goals.

Buddhist monks, teachers of the Dhamma School, students and devotees were present at the ceremonial inauguration.

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