The Royal-Thomian Golfers Guild have made a donation of an Optiflow Nasal Oxygen Therapy Machine to the Kothalawala Defence Academy University, on the recommendation made by the College of Anesthesiologists & Intensivists.
The annual Fred De Saram Trophy – Royal-Thomian Golf Competition was concluded on Sunday 8th March 2021. This event, which was initiated in 1970, attracted over 80 old boy participants.
Unlike previous years, this year’s tournament was conducted on a specific and focused concept in the styling of PLAY GOLF FOR A PURPOSE. The purpose being, to raise funds for charity.
In line with this, the Royal-Thomian Golfers Guild initiated donations and sponsorship funds that could be provided to a Project directly connected with the Covid pandemic eradication program.
The Charity Committee, under the Chairmanship of Tyeab Akbarally and the three dedicated members representing the Membership of the Guild, namely Shiran de Soysa, Suresh Subhramaniam and Anil Amarasuriya, took up a proposal made by Brigadier Professor Thamasi Makuloluwa, President of the College of Anesthesiologists & Intensivists. The proposal itself entails the donation of the above equipment to the Kothalawala Defence Academy University. This equipment is an urgent requirement of the KDAU in view of the critical conditions faced by them, due to the pandemic.
At the presentation held at the College of Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists premises, the following were present;
Brigadier Professor (Mrs) Thamasi Makuloluwa -President, College of Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists
Dr (Mrs) Chamila Liyanage – Secretary, College of Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists
Dr Gayan Mendis – KDAU Hospital
The Royal Thomian Golfers Guild was represented by;
Shiran de Soysa