Dream Harvest College London Supports Sri Lankan Tsunami Victims
The London based Dream Harvest College urged students to support the tsunami victims in Sri Lanka. The appeal was launched at the first Open Evening of 2005,held at the college, based in East London.
Over one hundred students from the United Kingdom and around the world heard an appeal from Dream Harvest College, in Stratford, London, for humanitarian assistance for the tsunami victims on the island of Sri Lanka.The students were attending a highly successful Open Evening held at the East London Centre in Stratford.
Dream Harvest College London are working in partnership with the Autism Awareness Campaign in Sri Lanka and the respected international organisation - the Rotary Club Colombo Regency,to raise funds and urgent dry rations, medicine and equipment for the people of Sri Lanka - particularly on the east and south coasts of the island.
Dream Harvest College is one of the leading minority ethnic educational institutions in the United Kingdom. Hundreds of students from the UK and around the world are enrolling on the teacher adapation course and other courses offered by the college.
'The tsunami has devastated parts of the Asia Pacific region. We have many students from the island of Sri Lanka. We have seen the terrible devastation on our television screens. Dream Harvest College have urged students to support the tsunami victims of Sri Lanka,' said Obeng de Lawrence, Director of the College.
People who wish to support the appeal could donate online by accessing the Autism Awareness Campaign Sri Lanka website: http://members.tripod.com/autism_srilanka
The Autism Awareness Campaign in Sri Lanka are not collecting funds themselves but are working in partnership with Rotary Club Colombo Regency. People who would like to purchase dry food rations and medicine can do so online through www.lankafood.com
For further information on Dream Harvest College London:
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