The heart of a volunteer is not measured in size, but by the depth of the commitment to make a difference in the lives of others. We, UoM Leos are a one big family with such hearted volunteers that love to help the needed, bear the responsibility for the countries future and seek for opportunities to experience the leadership.

Introducing that platform, Leo Club of University of Moratuwa, to the newest batch of the university and inviting them to join with the Club, was done through Merge’19. It was organized on 16th of January, 2019 at Civil Auditorium of the University from 6.30 onwards.

It was very successfully held throughout the evening with a big gathering full of new brothers and sisters from the most junior batch. The program was started with a brief introduction about Club and Leoism by the current president of Leo Club of University of Moratuwa, Leo Kasun Ramanayake. Then there was a little activity session and new comers were very eager to actively participate in it. During that session, it could be seen that the undergraduates from the newest batch in the university took opportunities with a good confidence and they had wonderful ideas about community projects that can be done for the sake of well-being of the society. There, it was a great pleasure to see such an enthusiasm and an understanding among them about their responsibilities.

At the end of the program, everyone had a clear image about volunteering and the UoM Leo Club. Merge’19 gave us the hope that sooner there would be a set of energetic youngsters to take over this legacy and continue the imperial legend of eminence.


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