in Sri Lanka is a group of dozens that free up time every day to help rejected and abandoned children in our program. Professional teachers, women that raised their children, experienced coaches and men that do chores, from many local Churches.
Because of what they do, these local volunteers stand out which in Sri Lanka means they are constantly aware of being the subject of anger and violence from extremist nationalist Buddhists.
In the Netherlands enthusiastic volunteers share about the work we together, the Yworks foundation, do at work, school, their sports club and in Church.
Besides this, they partake in and organize fundraisers, organize dinners and inform people about our work at events.
Without all these people supporting us, our work wouldn’t be possible. We are very grateful to and for them!
It started with
As a child, Rasika had a longing to go back to the country she was adopted from.
After surviving horrors, being discouraged about Sri Lanka by life and society and illness, she was healed and received a new passion for Sri Lanka.
Rasika wrote “Curry met hagelslag” which is an autobiography and testimony. The first six chapters of the English version are available for proof reading and Dutch books are available. Just contact us or start supporting our work as described below.
This episode of the Dutch TV show ‘De Verandering‘ translating to ‘The Change’ (EO, NPO2, February 27th, 2021) is about how God changed Rasika’s llife.
This is a trailer of the Dutch New Faith Network interview about Rasika’s book, the gripping testimony of her’s life, making clear how much God wants to heal what’s broken.
When you support our work by support adopting a child with your monthly donation of at least €33, we give you the book ‘Curry met hagelslag’ (Curry and chocolate sprinkles).
Together, in the Yworks foundation, we believe that we received our vision from God and that spreading His love is our calling.
By helping abandoned and rejected children, we give them a future and, child by child, help shape a new world.