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Donate to a Build

From living in this...
... to this. 

A Gift that Lasts

With your donations, we have been able to fund building projects such as homes, wells, community centres, orphanages and schools — the aim being to break the cycle of poverty, transform communities, and awaken hope for children and families there.


A sturdy, safe home provides an essential base for children to grow up in a nurturing environment, free from fear and the threat of intruders and the harsh elements of Sri Lanka.  That stability ripples into every area of their growth and sense of promise for the future.

'The great use of life is to spend it for something that outlasts it.'

William James

Build a home for Ramesh & Premila

Ramesh and Premila own a small piece of land thanks to funds raised by Dust Project. They are currently living on this land in a home made of wooden panels, tin and sari cloth. When it rains the land is flooded - including inside the house - and often the wooden panels are lost in the winds and water […]

Build a home for Raja & Kowshi

Rajah, Kowshi, and their three children (Abishek, 12, Angel, 9, and Jerom, 8) own their own property— on which they have a small home, which consists of a single bedroom, a hall and small kitchen […]

Build a home for Thavanesan & Rathy

Rathy and Thavanesan have two children— a joyful little girl named Beulah, age 7, and son Dilaxshan, who was born with special needs, being mentally slow and blind in both eyes. Dilaxshan sadly suffers from fits, and is […]

Build a home for Thavanesan & Jasotha

Jasotha and Thavanesan live on their own land in a small hut made from tin and bricks mixed together with shells and clay. In the rainy season their house is flooded and they have to move to another area to stay. They have 3 children; Sherin aged 11, Delson aged […]


If you decide to cover the complete cost of a project, whether it is a community building, a well or a home, we will arrange for a plaque with your name or business to be displayed on the construction. Alternatively, you might like the plaque to be made in memory of a loved one.

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