Posted by: The I AM Foundation | April 27, 2009

A Message from Sri Lankan Consul General Jeff M. Goonewardena


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My Dear Family and Friends,

Within two days after arriving from my native Sri Lanka I once again had the privilege of going on a Book Gifting Mission with The I AM Foundation. On Friday, April 17th, 2009, I assisted them and their sponsor Aero  Financial with gifting The I AM! Affirmation Book: Discovering The Value of Who You Are to the orphans in need at Rancho de Sus Ninos Orphanage in Tecate, Mexico.  My special thanks to all of   you who support The I AM Foundation in the many ways that you do. Remember, anything you do for this foundation you do for the vulnerable and needy kids of the world.

I am proud to be part of The I AM Foundation for the last four years. I am helping them with their vision that builds the self-esteem and literacy in millions of children around the world.

Very truly yours,

Jeff M. Goonewardena
Consul General of Sri Lanka and Senior Advisor to His Excellency, President Mahinda Rajapaksa.
Honorary Mayor of Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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  1. I’m trying to get in touch with a Jeff Goonewardena of Sri Lanka that I once knew from 1984-1985 in Newport Beach. Please forward my number (310) 614-0814.
    Thank you.
    Kind regards,
    Kimberlee Bradford

    • Hi Kimberlee, You need to contact his office, 1.213.387.0214
      Keep in mind this is Sri Lanka Independence Day Week, and they are extremely busy with a big event for tomorrow night, thanks, Steve


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