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Kingsley CEO Daya Thayan and Sumi Thayan continued their charity work during their recent visit to Sri Lanka.

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Kingsley CEO Daya Thayan and Sumi Thayan continued their charity work during their recent visit to Sri Lanka. More than 100 people benefited from a medical camp arranged by them at the Velummyilum Foundation. Daya and Sumi also enjoyed spending a day with children supported by their UK based charity, Lotus Children’s Foundation, at a new facility in Mullaitheevu, in the north of Sri Lanka.

Daya said: “It was a very humbling experience. The kids have gone through so much yet they are happy and making huge progress with life and study. They remain my inspiration.”

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