Taking children out of poverty and giving them hope

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Welcome to HEAL - a UK registered charity formed in 1992 - which is committed to providing shelter, support, education and healthcare for well over 1,000 children in India.

HEAL currently has a number of projects including the HEAL Children's Village in Guntur, HEAL Paradise Village, currently under construction in Thotapally, and various other projects in Andhra Pradesh, India. Through these projects HEAL is working hard to provide homes, food, education and medical care to 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. We have also recently added Heal USA as a further fundraising arm of the organisation.

We are committed to expanding over the coming years with further projects, and a target of providing education and healthcare to 10,000 children by 2020. Our aim is to provide Health and Education for All.

Latest News and Articles

  • Party time as exams are a piece of cake for HEAL children

    There is a festive atmosphere at the HEAL Children's Village in Guntur where staff and students have been celebrating more exam success. Once again, the true value of sponsoring a child's education through HEAL has been highlighted by the latest results, which have been warmly … Read more...

  • Young Colts sport HEAL logo with pride

    A team of young footballers have been helping to spread the word about HEAL's good work in providing education for disadvantaged children in India by wearing the charity's logo on their shirts. Playing in the Lincolnshire Co-Op Mid Lincs County Youth League, Wyberton Colts 12A … Read more...

  • India trip is an eye-opener for fundraiser Paul

    A British police officer has spoken from the heart about the highs and lows of his first visit to India, including an emotional first meeting with the young girl he sponsors at a school in Bhadrachalam, Andhra Pradesh. Sergeant Paul Harris, based at Whittlesey, near Peterboro … Read more...