We’ve been working hard creating a new charity website for HEAL – a fantastic new home for all the news about HEAL, their current projects and most importantly the children of India. We have created a modern looking website with a fully functional CMS (content management system) which allows the volunteers at HEAL to keep […]
We’ve been working hard creating a new charity website for HEAL – a fantastic new home for all the news about HEAL, their current projects and most importantly the children of India.
We have created a modern looking website with a fully functional CMS (content management system) which allows the volunteers at HEAL to keep the website more up to date than they have been able to in the past. There’s also a blog for news stories to be featured enabling HEAL to share with the rest of the world far quicker and easier on what the children of India have been doing.
We have also added an area on the site for people to sign up to their exciting charity bike ride – Cycle India – by using the Sign Up Form.
We hope you enjoy the new website created courtesy of Motionlab Marketing and please feel the urge to ‘Sponsor A Child’ – Child sponsorship is a wonderful way to bring hope and change to a child living in poverty for as little as £7.50 per month.
To view the new HEAL website click: http://www.heal.co.uk
About HEAL – A UK Registered Charity
Now in its 17th year, HEAL – a UK registered charity – is committed to providing shelter, support, education and healthcare for needy children. As a small charity we are committed to ensuring that your donations are not wasted on administrative costs, such as advertising and salaries. HEAL achieve this because they have no administrative office and no paid administrative staff.
All staff involved in the administration of HEAL are volunteers, so all money raised can be used effectively for the benefit of children in need.
HEAL currently has a number of projects including the HEAL Children’s Village in Guntur and our Poverty Trap scheme. Through these projects HEAL is working hard to provide homes, food, education and medical care for over 1,000 orphaned and underprivileged children in Andhra Pradesh, India.
HEAL UK is the fundraising arm of the charity, but the real hard work is undertaken by the trustees and staff of Heal India where all our good work is undertaken. They have also recently added HEAL USA as a further fundraising arm of the organisation.
HEAL are committed to expanding over the coming years with further projects, with the aim of helping up to 10,000 children escape the poverty trap by 2015. the aim is to provide Health and Education for All.