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

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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