The Sri Lanka Signal Corps - Seva Vanitha Branch (SLSC - SVB) on account of the 80th anniversary of the Sri Lanka Signal Corps (SLSC) and World Children’s Day launched a mega welfare project for the benefit of students of SLSC families on Thursday (26 October).
The Sri Lanka Engineers Seva Vanitha Branch (SLE - SVB) took the initiative of organizing the Sappers’ Retro Musical Concert, 'Evergreens of the 70s,' at the Nelum Pokuna Theatre on Saturday (21 October).
The Sri Lanka Corps of Military Police Seva Vanitha Branch (SLCMP - SVB) organized an event on Saturday (21 October) to coincide with the World Children's Day.
Four GCE (A/L) Examination achievers of Gemunu Watch (GW) families were awarded four scholarships, each worth Rs. 25,000/= on Thursday (19 October) at the GW Regimental Centre, Kuruwita following initiatives taken by the GW Seva Vanitha Branch.
Differently able children of Army personnel serving the Sri Lanka Army Service Corps (SLASC) were the recipients of SLASC Seva Vanitha patronized hearing and medical aids, modern wash room accessories, school needs and wheelchairs on 01st October 2023 on account of the World Children's Day.
The 39th Annual General Meeting of the Army Seva Vanitha Unit (ASVU) got underway on Monday (16 October) at Army Headquarters, presided by Mrs. Janaki Liyanage, President, ASVU. Chairpersons of all regimental Seva Vanitha Branches and ASVU senior members attended the occasion which commenced with a two-minute silence in memory of fallen War Heroes. It followed singing of the Seva Vanitha song.
Mrs. Uthpala Hettiarachchi, Chairperson, Sri Lanka Light Infantry Seva Vanitha Branch (SLLI – SVB) following guidelines given by Major General S.R.K Hettiarachchi RWP RSP VSV USP ndu, Colonel of the Regiment of Sri Lanka Light Infantry initiated a scholarship programme to stimulate, honour and support the children of both deceased and serving war heroes of the SLLI.
A novel project, the 'Pahata Pahak' programme, aimed at preparing candidates for the Grade-5 scholarship examination commenced at the Corps of Engineer Services (CES) HQ in Panagoda on Saturday (23 September 2022) led by the CES-Seva Vanitha Branch.
Mrs. Priyanthika De Zoysa, Chairperson of the Sri Lanka Corps of Military Police Seva Vanitha Branch (SLCMP – SVB) with the support of the Provost Marshal of the Sri Lanka Army and Colonel Commandant of the Sri Lanka Corps of Military Police, Major General A.C.A De Zoysa USP Hdmc Lsc, donated a stock of fruits, milk powder, and sanitary items to the Apeksha Hospital at Maharagama on Saturday (14 October 2023).
The Sri Lanka Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Seva Vanitha Branch (SLEME – SVB) on the instructions of Mrs. Nandani Samarakoon provided a much-needed wheelchair to the spouse of a dedicated civil employee of the regiment.