International Scholar (ISES) celebrates 12th Anniversary at Cancer hospital

International Scholar Educational Services (Pvt) Ltd (ISES), celebrated 12 years of services to the students by extending a valuable service to another deserving section of the community. To mark the 12th Anniversary of its successful journey, everybody at ISES along with some family and associates joined hands to paint furniture and beds in Ward 7 at the Cancer hospital, Maharagama.

ISES was established in 1999 and provides free career guidance and consultancy services for students wishing to pursue their higher education. Over the last 12 years ISES has helped nearly 2000 students to find suitable career choices and reputed overseas education destinations which enabled many young persons to brighten their futures.

It is a tradition of ISES to undertake a CSR project to celebrate her milestones. As part of the anniversary celebrations ISES has undertaken projects to help deserving students from less advantaged backgrounds and projects aimed at animal welfare such as releasing cattle destined for slaughter in the past.

This year the staff at ISES decided to celebrate the occasion by getting involved physically in a project in addition to the monetary contribution made towards the project. This was the reasoning to choose the painting of furniture and distribution of sanitary items to the patients in a ward at the cancer hospital. ISES was directed by the donation unit of the cancer hospital to undertake this activity in Ward No 7.

The Furniture and beds appeared distinctively more attractive once the painting was completed. It was a very happy and fulfilling event for the staff at ISES. This donation was aimed at demonstrating that ISES cares about the less fortunate persons in the community and to wish them a speedy recovery.

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