Skip to main content

Free Cardiology clinic & Donation of equipment

Fundraisers Banner image
Fundraisers Profile image

Assist RR UK & SL

Fundraiser - To hold free echocardiogram & cardiology clinic in Vanni & to donate medical equipment for use in Northern Province, Sri Lanka.

Raising money for
Assist Resettlement & Renaissance

Assist Resettlement & Renaissance Charity Logo

View charity profile

Total raised



Donations accepted until 16-02-2019

Donations closed

View donation summary


ABOUT ASSIST RR: Assist Rehabilitation and Renaissance (Assist RR) is a registered charity in the United Kingdom and a registered Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) in Sri Lanka. It was formed in December 2012 to help raise funds for war-affected individuals in the Northern and Eastern Provinces of Sri Lanka. Amongst its various humanitarian projects (, it has implemented notable healthcare ventures, including that of building three medical wards (male, female & pediatric) in Puthukidiyurupu Hospital in Mullaitivu district and funding more than 2200 cataract surgeries in Sri Lanka, mainly in the north and east of Sri Lanka. ABOUT ME: I am a cardiology registrar in the final year of my training in UK. On a recent trip to Sri Lanka, I met up with the health officials and have identified this project as viable and believe this will make a definite impact on the local population's healthcare. We had conducted four clinics since June 2017 and have helped 836 patients. We seek your help to perform this every 4 months. 

Fundraising as part of a team, view team page.

Event details

Free echocardiogram & cardiology clinic Sri Lanka

After a successful clinic in June 2017, we have been to Mannar 4 more times. We have helped 836 patients would otherwise have had to wait months for an appointment and travel 100s of kilometres to see a cardiac specialist, often involving an overnight admission to Mannar hospital and inter-hospital transport the next morning. Patients with heart conditions were given follow up appointments with a general medical physician in Mannar District General Hospital. Others were referred to the nearest paediatric cardiologist, interventional cardiologist and cardiothoracic surgeon for further evaluation of their symptoms with view to an interventional procedure or surgery.

Assist RR also raised funds to support this project and also for the purchase of 2 new cardiac exercise treadmill machines to be used in Mannar Hospital and Killinochi Hosptal. 1000s of patients will benefit from this every year. Please visit
Assist RR guarantees that 100% of donations will be used for the project and not for any administrative costs. 

Event date

12-November-2018 08:00  - 
16-November-2018 17:00

Event type

Free Cardiology clinic Sri Lanka

Event is completed


Sri Lanka


Donation by Sarah Sanderson
on 08-11-2018
Towards running cardiology clinics in Vanni in Nov 2018
Donation by Soundara
on 05-11-2018
£12.50 gift aid
Donation by Richard Sanderson
on 01-11-2018
Good luck with your work
Donation by Rajeswary Kesavan
on 10-08-2018
£37.50 gift aid
Towards the running of clinic in Mannar in June 2018 where my 16 year old daughter Vinuthy volunteered for a week. We thank Assist RR for their good work and allowing VInuthy to participate.
Donation by Mr V Vijayakaandeepan
on 03-07-2018
£12.50 gift aid
Well done my tamil brother from another mother
Donation by Goki
on 03-07-2018
£12.50 gift aid
Keep up the good work.God's blessings on all the health workers involved in this project.
Donation by Pushpam Yoanathan
on 20-06-2018
£0.00 gift aid
For the most marginalised districts of Sri Lanka.
Donation by Wimal
on 14-05-2018
£1,250.00 gift aid
Thank you for your good work Dr. மயூரன். We need people like you. Keep it up. நன்றி.
Donation by Raj
on 14-05-2018
£25.00 gift aid
Keep it up daddy
Donation by Swetha
on 22-03-2018
£6.25 gift aid

Donation summary

Online Donations: £8,693.00
Offline Donations: £3,250.00
Total Raised: £11,943.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:    £13,841.25

Donations closed

MyDonate is not responsible for the content fundraisers post on their pages, but if you see something you feel is offensive or inappropriate, please let us know