“Everything we do today is a seed planted in the
garden of Life”
V4U is committed to the immediate relief of poverty and the implementation of sustainable development.
We raise funds from hosting public events, donations and sponsorships. We manage the use of these funds through a means testing process of the areas and people affected. It is our hope to facilitate the connection of donors and sponsors with relief recipients.
We commit to ensuring that every penny and cent received by V4U through donations and project sponsorships will go directly into providing relief, without administration charges.
“Your penny in our hands is a penny in theirs”
V4U Project, Sri Lanka in 2012
V4U News Update
June 2017 – V4U approves relief requirement for the people in Alankulam in Vanni, Sri Lanka and sets out to raise funds for a Model Village Development Programme for the area.
December 2016 – V4U sponsors building and equipping a Computer Centre for a School in Kanagarajankulam, Vanni, Sri Lanka.
28th February 2016 – V4U Lanka to register Articles of Association and initial Directors (Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, Projects Director)
13th February 2016 – V4U Valentines Day Dinner & Dance at Nakshatra
11th December 2015 – V4U funds 50 families, each to undertake 2 to 3 acres plot paddy cultivation in Mannar
V4U Trustee visits projects being run in the North with V4U local Project Manager and approves Paddy Project
29th December 2015 – V4U Lanka name filed in Sri Lanka – company registration pending.
3rd December 2015 – Acknowledgement of V4U helping 133 Women lead cooperatives since April 2014
6th December 2015 – V4U Badminton & 7-a-side Football Tournaments
oversubscribed and competition standards going up.
10th October 2015 – V4U Board of Trustees approve incorporation of V4U in Sri Lanka (V4U Lanka)
September 2015– Charities consortium, CICO elects V4U Chairman to their Board as Chair.
September 2015– V4U and CICO receive report on success of UK Cooperative College training programmes for Jaffna, Vavuniya, Mullaitheevu, Manner and undertaken by British trainers and Tamil Translators.