What We Do

We conceive, design, plan, implement and support initiatives that benefit the disadvantaged, underprivileged, marginalised and socially isolated people in our communities, regardless of race, religion, gender, ethnicity, age or ability.

Noble Friends Drug Rehabilitation Centre

A modern drug rehabilitation centre providing highly effective and pragmatic Buddhist counselling based sustainable rehabilitation with proven results, to empower drug users to confidently choose an alternative, fulfilling and rewarding life, permanently free from drug dependency.

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Youth Academy

An institution to provide free world-class international education founded in an ethos of instilling noble values, virtues and exemplary manners in the minds of its up to one hundred young students aged between 14 and 16.

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Noble Hearts

A state-registered children’s home and child development centre to develop and enrich the lives of up to one hundred orphaned children.

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Future Projects

International Centre

Centre will be focusing to convey the Buddhist philosophy throughout the world by conducting dhamma sessions, meditation retreats and Buddhist phycological consultation for the foreigners visiting Sri Lanka. It will be an ideal place for foreigners to practice Buddhist philosophy while residing in the Centre for couple of days. Centre will conduct sessions in different languages.

Vocational Training

We aim to enable youth, whose academic and vocational development has been impaired by drug dependence, to complete their education, acquire vocational skills and return to the job market to engage in gainful employment and contribute productively to the national economy.

Language Centre

We offer students the opportunity to excel and enjoy a fun and positive approach to language learning through our customized programmes. All courses delivered and evaluated according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) standards.

Elders’ Home

An eldercare home to enhance physical and mental wellbeing of lay parents of Buddhist monks through the provision of food, shelter and medical aid in addition to regular spiritual development programmes to uplift their quality of life.