Executive Summary

“Sanasumata Maga” or “Way To Comfort” is one of the largest Non Governmental Organizations established in Sri Lanka with an unblemished record under the registration number of 147916. We are a development, relief, advocacy and rehabilitation organization. We cater to mega infrastructural and socioeconomic development projects. We work with all communities regardless of their religion, cast, gender or ethnicity. Founded by Rev. Dr. W. Nissanka who has been serving the community bringing peace harmony and unity among different ethnic and religious groups since 1972.

Way To Comfort NGO has been carrying out rehabilitation, social, economic, spiritual, mental well being and charity activities island wide. Multitudes of people have been blessed through this organization.


Mr. Tharindu Wijenayake (Vice Chairman)




+94 777 884388, +94 718 695516,
+94 718 432064, +94 112 501119


30/7A Charles Place, Rawattawatta
Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.


Empowered Society | Helping to create an empowered society in Sri Lanka irrespective of religion, cast, gender or ethnicity through a variety of developmental projects spanning the entire island.

Facilitating Sustainable Development Goals | taking leadership in providing socioeconomic and infrastructural development, spiritual and mental wellness, relief for destitute, disaster victims and rehabilitation by facilitating sustainable development goals of the United Nations.


Provide inspirational leadership in relief, rehabilitation, developmental and advocacy issues undertaking major developmental projects to shape the future of our citizens by preserving our heritage, discovering new knowledge, and transforming local communities through technological, spiritual and inspirational interventions.

These dreams are being fulfilled because they are inspired by God!

More About Us

“Sanasumata Maga (Way to Comfort)” NGO was founded in 2012, by formalizing the many long years of community service performed by a dedicated group of people such as Professor Lakshman Madurasinghe Lawyer and Behavioural Scientist, Dr Anoma Wijenayake Weeraratne International director of women’s empowerment  AUGP USA, Mr Tharindu Wijenayake International President of UNGDO USA lead by Rev.Dr. W. Nissanka who is also the founder and Chairman of the organization.

Before the official incorporation of the organization, when Sri Lanka was hit by the Tsunami of 2004 we mobilized ourselves immediately providing food and shelter for nearly 500 families and looked after their health and sanitary requirements, till they were able to regain their livelihoods. Presently we conduct many Health Camps around needy areas of the Island. During these camps, various medical services are provided with a view of upgrading the living conditions of these communities. Way to Comfort NGO is also instrumental in constructing buildings to schools with less infrastructural facilities. We are also instrumental in raising donations internally and externally to construct houses for many needy families. All houses are complete with all basic needs which will enable healthy and happy living conditions for the beneficiaries. We are sponsors for a large number of low income families and victims of the thirty year long civil war and we ensure all of their day to day requirements are met, while education for all children and safety of women is ensured. We also gradually train them in some life skills allowing them to be independent in years to come by promoting and educating them based on the Sustainable development goals of the United Nations.

Brainchild by the Wijenayake family

“Sanasumata Maga (Way to Comfort)” NGO   is brainchild by the Wijenayake family to carry on generations of social services done by them. The Wijenayake family having come from the Gem City in Southern region of Sri Lanka, hail from generations of patron of social service done with their own will and funds for the Sri Lankan Society. Notable services of the Wijenayake family includes a complete ward constructed to the Rathnapura General Hospital at a much needed time, access roads to remote villages, houses for the needy families, construction of schools, places of worship and donations of medical, health care supplies and distribution of stationary to school children.