MEAL A DAY

MEAL A DAY

Funds to ensure a meal a day to poverty line aged or orphan children.

We did it!

On 11th Jul 2018 we successfully raised £300 with 5 supporters in 56 days

New Hope Rural Community Trust in the United Kingdom supports New Hope Rural Leprosy Trust India. An ongoing priority is to offer meals to some of the poorest and in-need children. Leprosy colonies like historical pictures still exist in real time where our partner organization works. The policy of New Hope UK is to support our partner in India, which believes in an ‘OPEN DOOR’ policy. Orphan children are 'given' to New Hope India by Government Child Care authorities, and Grandparents come with children whose parents died of AIDs, the child having been born HIV+.

Homeless woman in the nearby city of Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh, India depend on New Hope for a better quality of food once a day. Breakfast is the target meal for social and medical reasons.

Homeless woman in the nearby city of Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh, India depend on New Hope for a better quality of food once a day. Breakfast is the target meal for social and medical reasons.

The women in this photograph live in a leprosy colony and without food support would simply have to beg to survive. 

Our UK Charity 1002694 - All Trustees are volunteers, 99% of all funds raised in the UK go to benefices) www.newhopeuk.org. You are welcome to write to newhopeindia@live.com and ask for more specific information on how the funds will be utilized. The UK Trustees have all visited regularly and the Director Eliazar T Rose is well known to many people in Southampton for example and Ashford, Edinburgh, Keele and Swindon.

Your 'Meal' maybe a boiled egg with germinated legumes for a pregnant or lactating Tribal women on the way to Market (Kondh Dongria). 

An orphan born HIV+ child going to school or a challenged young person in our Namaste House at Muniguda, Odisha. A meal may go to a poverty line aged woman who has come for a cataract eye surgery in our Restored Vision project.

Because of our 33 years of working with leprosy affected persons living in leprosy colonies 25% of what we raise will be for aged persons unable to now go begging to survive.

Your help would make a difference to someone living below the poverty line.

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