In addition to the support given by the Sri Lankan associations in Qatar by providing refreshments and a gift pack for donors, community members, Byrne Equipment Rental Company, Qatar Industrial Equipment Company, Sunrise Engineering and Maintenance WLL and Al Sayed Cleaning Company contributed immensely towards the noble cause, SLCC president Lenny Cramer said.
What does SLA stand for?
SLA stands for Sri Lankan Association
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Samples in periodicals archive:
And Daisy Lowe, of the Sri Lankan Association of South Wales, and pupils from Ysgol Pencae, Llandaff, Cardiff, who raised money for the relief effort, will be among the first visitors.
Medical equipment, warm clothes, blankets and powdered milk were collected by the Sri Lankan Association of Merseyside after an appeal in the ECHO.
The Sri Lankan Association of Merseyside is asking for donations of canned and dried food, clothing and medical supplies which can be transported to the disaster zone.
Organised by the Sri Lankan Association of South Wales, the aid will be handed out to the communities hardest hit by the disaster.
Hundreds of people responded to the Sri Lankan Association Of South Wales' appeal to help the victims of the Asian tsunami.
Paul Perera, appeals co-ordinator for the Sri Lankan Association of South Wales, said he is appalled by the theft.
Daisy Lowe, from the Sri Lankan Association of South Wales, based in Heath, Cardiff, said people were doing what they could to help.