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About Gallkissa Lions Club

Galkissa is one of the largest city in the suburb of the capital Colombo, in Western Province, Sri Lanka. It is situated immediately south of the Colombo City.  Galkissa is known as Mount Lavinia and it has a historic background and city name was built up around the original residence of Sir Thomas Maitland who was the Governor of Ceylon from 1805–1811. The City is famous for Mount Lavinia Hotel, St Thomas Collage, Railway Station and beautiful coastal belt.   

Our Story began 28 years back, when twenty young men and women banded together to champion the cause of the less fortunate under the banner of Galkissa. Since then, practicing the personal code of the founder, “You can't get very far until you start doing something for somebody else," the Club has carried out its service mission through numerous humanitarian service efforts to the community. 

Today, we stand proud of the many corridors we have walked, the services we have rendered, the many hearts we have touched over the years, through this beautiful philosophy and miracle that was only a dream many yesterdays ago. 

The Lions Club of Galkissa is one of the oldest and well recognized service organizations in District 306 A1, backed by over 28 years of significant humanitarian efforts   to its credit.The Club was established in 1985 and today the Club boasts of having produced three Governors, the current Second Vice District Governor and 30 Lions and Lion Ladies

Amongst the many community based humanitarian services carried out by us are numerous programmes on poverty alleviation, primary health care and citizenship services enabling people live better lives. Joining the efforts of our global organization of illuminating the world for millions of people who are at risk of vision loss, we provide comprehensive eye care services, and cataract surgeries free of cost to underprivileged patients, sponsored by the club, through the generosity of donors.

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