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DABAL LUNCHEON - Monday, 12th December 2016
At The Liberal Club, 1 Whitehal Place, London


A Day To Remember – DABAL No1123487

The founders day celebration of DABAL (UK registered charity no 1123487) took place on Monday 12th December at the National Liberal Club No 1 Whitehall Place SW1 of Victorian splendour in London.

The guests were warmly welcomed into the magnificent smoking room with the fire place inviting guests to enjoy the atmosphere meeting and greeting with pleasure and enjoy the barman’s cocktails.

As the guests settle down to some serious food and drink in the elegant setting of the Lady Violet’s Room, Priya Welikala welcomed all the founders members and past and present trustees who had contributed enormously the efforts of Deaf and Blind Aid Lanka for the past twelve years.

Beulah Mendis read out the letter of apology from the Mayor of London Mr Sadique Khan who commended DABALS efforts as ‘remarkable work with all Sri Lankans irrespective of religion’ sited on his blog aided DABAL to secure the charity status in the second year of its existence.

Sarath Weerasinghe very eloquently gave a short synopsis of DABALS ongoing work of its very worthy cause.

Lord Low of Dalston the patron of DABAL, Mr Ranjith Chandrasena president of Wesley College OBU in the UK  and first corporate member of the Charity, Mr K Yoganaadan Counsellor Sri Lankan High Commission representing the Sri Lankan High Commissioner in the UK, Amari Wijewardene also spoke.

The gusts enjoyed a delicious and sumptuous clubs Christmas menu served in the festive setting reminiscing the humble beginnings of DABAL’s achievements for the past twelve years and continuing the good work with the kindness and generosity of the British public.