Heal Kids Foundation

Heal Kids Foundation

Charity information

Heal Kids Foundation

Heal Kids Foundation supports children who have been orphaned, abandoned or are living with disabilities in South East Asia.

Founded 2008

  • Mission statement

    Heal Kids Foundation supports orphaned and disadvantaged children in south east Asia, primarily Myanmar (Burma). We are involved in a number of projects, some of which are completed and others which require further funding.
    We support orphanages, have built 22 schools and provide food, health care and education for thousands of children. We have built 4 clinics and a care centre for disabled children. We have also funded over 100life saving operations.

  • Aims

    Heal Kids Foundation aims to:

    • Education- providing orphaned, abandoned and disabled children with access to education by building schools in particularly impoverished and underfunded regions.
    • Medical treatment - funding life-saving operations for children whose families are unable to afford their operations
    • General health care and sanitation- providing medicines to clinics we support. Also, installing wells and toilets for access to cleaner and safer water.
    • Supporting orphanages
    • Care of disabled children-running our centre for disabled children with physical and mental disabilities as well as care in the community particularly for children with cerebral palsy.
  • Overview

    Established: June 2008

    Registered Charity Number: 1124575

    Board members: 6

    Full time staff: 60

    Phone number: 02087701809

    Address: Heal Kids Foundation Centre Management Suite St. Nicholas Shopping Centre St. Nicholas Way Sutton Surrey SM1 1AY

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  • Primary education for children in Burma (Myanmar)

    Burma (Myanmar) is one of the poorest countries in the world. It ranks fifth lowest in the... More
  • Building schools for the Palaung Hill tribe people

    The Palaung people live in the hills of Shan state in Burma [Myanmar]. The majority are il... More