Monday, July 22, 2024

Quintus Andradi, Global Goodwill Ambassador of GGA of Sri Lanka




Agape Love, Love Is Here Ministry


Is Pleased to Welcome 

Quintus Andradi, 

A Global Goodwill Ambassador of Sri Lanka

As A Partner and Allie of The Voice of Agape Love To Humanity



Quintus is a wonderful Voice of Agape Love to so many in Sri Lanka and Beyond

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka


Sri Lanka

Country in South Asia
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka, officially the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, is an island country in South Asia, located in the Indian Ocean to the southwest of the Bay of Bengal and to the southeast of the Arabian Sea. The island is geographically separated from the Indian subcontinent by the Gulf of Mannar and the Palk Strait. The legislative capital, Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, is a suburb of the commercial capital and largest city, Colombo.

A Wonderful Land of People and an Ancient Nation


Sri Lanka

A Land Of Many People and Faiths


A Land of Ancient Civilizations From Days of Antiquity

To Learn More About Sri Lanka go to

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Quintus Andradi can be found at his Linked In Profile at

And Also at His Blog Posting


Quintus can also be found on Facebook at

and at 

Sri Lanka Ex-Servicemen’s Association Veteran’s Home

and at

Loyola Campus at Trincomalee



Quintus Andradi

Speaks Both English and Sinhalese

His Heart Is For Prison Ministries and Homes For Veterans

is Secretary to the Veterans Home Committee and the Lands and Housing Committee at Sri Lanka Ex Servicemen’s Association (SLESA). He has been tirelessly seeking support from government and private sector institutions to collect the needed resources for the construction of appropriate housing for Sri Lankan veterans.

The first home of SLESA was opened in 1987 to provide residence for veterans of World War II and post-war ex-servicemen. The house itself was an offering from a generous late Sri Lankan who had been residing in the United Kingdom. Since then onward, various associations and well-wishers have been providing financial support to expand the residential capacity of the house and provide it with vital services like a daily supply of multiple meals, medical care and transportation vehicles.

The heroes who committed their youth to protect their land and its people are worthy of more than a few nods of respect and words of appreciation. They have been warriors in the streets and fields of battle, but their fights did not cease with war. Many elderly veterans struggle with homelessness, financial and health incapability, and psychological traumas. They need their people to stand by them and preserve the honor and respect they had gained throughout their years of service. The torch of warriors will always burn; it is light to carry through youth, but gets heavier with old age. It is up to nations to recognize their elderly warriors, take the torches out of their hands and hang them at the entrances of thankful homes.

Quintus has been too modest to speak of himself. Instead, he spoke of several ongoing projects that require all the support the association can get from interested organizations and well-wishers.

In his own words, he wrote:

“Lt.Cdr.(Rtd) Marty Somasundaram, a resident of Australia, has been there for us very much. In fact, he is just starting a project in the war torn North of our country to build four dormitories for elderly citizens, both male and female, to be run by the Apostolic Carmel Nuns. He has asked me to do the project for him and we are awaiting the permission of the Mother General of their Order in India, and also the Bishop of Jaffna (the Diocese where it would be done).

We hope to have many ongoing projects:

(1) An Elders Home in a place called Kalpitiya on a two-acres land and a rehabilitation center as well for the less able personnel after the war
(2) Construction of buildings for an Elders Home for Women on a block of land we purchased lately
(3) Rebuild a house that was donated in Kandy, in the central part of our country, by a Commander presently serving in the Navy.

I would like to send globally that anyone or organization that would be there for us will be blessed abundantly. Any help in the smallest way will be very much appreciated; if they can be personally involved it will be still better.”

SLESA dreams of establishing a home for veterans in every major city in Sri Lanka. In fact, it was able to open its second home for veterans in February 2017 after a tremendously generous donation by a Commander of the Naval Camp in Bossa, a city in the south of Sri Lanka. This house and property was presented to him a while ago by his aunt and uncle. However, and regardless of having children of his own, he selflessly donated the house for the better service of those who had served the country before him.

We believe in Quintus, in SLESA and in their dream. We stand by them and the many forgotten veterans, and we wish to extend their efforts to seek those who are willing to participate in the creation of a safe haven for the honorable warriors of an overlooked country. Let us not be bound by the size of the gesture, but by the size of the heart that holds it. Let us spread the word for this cause and invite the world to acts of kindness.

Contact Details:
President K. Gnanaweera: [email protected] Number: +94 777 760179Address:
Sri Lanka Ex-Servicemen’s Association 29/1/1, Bristol Street Colombo 01Phone Number: 0112445682Fax Number: 0112472891If you are someone doing good in the world, Eltanin Thuban Draconis is here to vouch for your merit. Contact us directly if you feel like your work needs to see the light of day. Our persons of merit are decided by a unanimous vote, every member must agree to it and every member must support it indefinitely.

The Heart and Voice Of Agape Love At Work In Sri Lanka

Thank You So Very Much To 

Quintus Andradi

And To All The Other Voices and Hearts For Humanity













Awards and Recognitions Of A Special Heart





Well Deserved and Signs of The Heart and Voice of Agape Love Shinning Out To Others



Partners and Allies as Voices of Agape Love, Strong and Sure For Others To Hear and See

That Agape Love Has No Boundaries, No Borders, No Limits and Is For All Humanity Everywhere

Partners and Allies Reaching Out With Hope and Life, Agape Love At It’s Best

Partners and Allies Strong Companions Against the Spiritual Enemies of Humanity

Agape Love On The Move, Nation By Nation, One Heart At A Time, Always At Work For It’s Hearts Desire

The Hearts of Humanity

Thank You Quintus Andradi For Shinning Out the Rays of Agape Love Around The World To All



Love Always and Forever

Pastor Deborah

A Global Goodwill Ambassador of America for GGA

Agape Love, Love Is Here Ministry

A Global Ministry of Agape Love To Humanity


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