• Helping Hills - Volunteers in Sri Lanka

    Helping Hills

    Helping Hills is a Volunteering Program established in Badulla area in Sri Lanka.

  • Helping Hills - Volunteers in Sri Lanka

    Helping Hills Introduction

    The helping Hills project is coordinate by Harsha Buddhadasa the project Manager to encourage volunteers to come to Sri Lanka and help poor people in the hill country.

  • Helping Hills - Volunteers in Sri Lanka

    Helping Hills Introduction

    The helping Hills project is coordinate by Harsha Buddhadasa the project Manager to encourage volunteers to come to Sri Lanka and help poor people in the hill country.

  • Helping Hills - Volunteers in Sri Lanka

    Helping Hills Introduction

    The helping Hills project is coordinate by Harsha Buddhadasa the project Manager to encourage volunteers to come to Sri Lanka and help poor people in the hill country.

  • Helping Hills - Volunteers in Sri Lanka

    Helping Hills Introduction

    The helping Hills project is coordinate by Harsha Buddhadasa the project Manager to encourage volunteers to come to Sri Lanka and help poor people in the hill country.

  • Helping Hills - Volunteers in Sri Lanka

    Helping Hills Introduction

    The helping Hills project is coordinate by Harsha Buddhadasa the project Manager to encourage volunteers to come to Sri Lanka and help poor people in the hill country.

Helping Hills Introduction


Do you want to be of service?

Come be a volunteer……….


Do you want to lend a helping hand to the poor in the hills? Harsha Buddhadasa as Project Manager encourages volunteers to come and lend a helping hand to run a programme in the Badulla district in the Uva province.

Badulla is located on the southeast of Kandy, almost encircled by the Badulu Oya River, about 680 meters (2200 ft.) above sea level and is surrounded by tea plantations. The city is overshadowed by the Namunukula range of mountains (highest peak 2,016 meters above sea level). It was a base of a pre-colonial Sinhalese local prince (regional king) who ruled the area under the main King in Kandy before it became part of the British Empire. Later, it became one of the provincial administrative hubs of the British rulers. The city was the end point of upcountry railway line built by the British in order to take mainly tea plantation products to Colombo.

Badulla is about 230 km away from Colombo towards the eastern slopes of the central hills of Sri Lanka. There are multiple routes to Badulla from Colombo, Kandy and Galle. From Colombo, one can travel via Ratnapura, Balangoda, Haputale, Bandarawela and HaliEla along A4 and A16 to Badulla which may take about 5–6 hours. From Kandy there are two routes. Either via "Victoria-Randenigala Raja Mawatha" or via Nuwara Eliya (route A5). From Galle, the best route is via Matara, Hambantota, Wellawaya, Ella, Demodara and HaliEla (route A2). All routes are scenic and one can get splendid views of geography which changes while travelling. Badulla and surroundings are highly recommended for eco-tourists as Horton Plains National Park and the Knuckles mountains are few hours away.

Our Mission

Having identified that everyone has a talent to give… .more to give and more to gain. To cultivate positive attitudes, enhance knowledge, share experience and provide opportunities to explore into different life styles......

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Fundraising

We encourage Funds/Donations. Harsha uses his professional contacts to organize fund raising programmes to meet the objectives the programme. The family of Harsha, his college friends and professional friends have tied together..........

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