Velaa Private Island Maldives, the beyond-luxury resort in Noonu Atoll once again made a donation totaling MVR 750,000 to 3 non-profit/non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Malé 2 March 2022, as part of the resort’s yearly donation plan and in celebration of a great start to the year.
Care Society, Cancer Society of Maldives and Maldivian Thalassemia Society will each receive MVR 250,000 as a part of Velaa’s charity program and the support of these 3 health care organisations commenced in 2018 – in conjunction with the resort’s 5th Anniversary.
“Five years ago, when we started working with these organisations, the world was a very different place and often in these difficult times it is the non-profit organisations that struggles the most and are the ones that needs the most support. You may be rest assured, that our contribution and support will remain for these great NGOs and their initiatives, and we are very proud and privileged to be able to share our support for these wonderful causes.” said Wayne Milgate, General Manager, Velaa Private Island Maldives.
About Care Society
Care Society was founded on 9 November 1998 in the Maldives, is the largest non-profit organisation in the Maldives. Since its inception, it has served in various fields of humanitarian work. Care also played a key role in post-tsunami relief operations in the Maldives. In 2004, Care introduced community-based rehabilitation programs with the main objective of enhancing the livelihood of disable people through empowering local communities.
About Cancer Society of Maldives
Cancer Society of Maldives (CSM) is a national community based (non-profit/non-governmental) organisation formed for the purpose of reducing the incidence and impact of cancer in the Maldives. CSM contributes by creating awareness about cancer, providing support and circulating information and resources so as to enhance the experience of people fighting against cancer.
About Maldivian Thalassemia Society
Maldives Thalassaemia Society (MTS) was inaugurated in 1994 with the sole purpose of improving and enhancing the quality of lives of thalassaemics in Maldives.
MTS is run by an executive committee consisting of members who are parents, patients and volunteers. The organisation is supported by volunteers and members who are both parents and patients.