Our Vision

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To provide homes for children in poverty, world-wide, offering them not just the basics to survive (food, clothes & food) but also provide a loving, spiritual environment which will look after them as people, personalities, individuals with potential.

Have Faith India

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This is our first project and we are really pleased with it’s progress. We have opened our first Have Faith Home in Nuzvid, India. And we are now responsible for caring for 60 (as at Mar2016) children

The Team

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Neil and Sandra were invited to India by their friends Syam and Shantha. This ‘holiday’ changed many lives forever.

Posts 2013 - 2016

For the all latest 2016 posts, also see Have Faith India Page

  • Thanks to friends recent visit in Feb 2016 which allowed for the completion of a new toilet/shower block for the girls.  Looks fantastic – well done to Syam and the team!

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  • The fund raising monies from the Reading Half Marathon 2015 has already been put to good use.  The drainage has been sorted already, and they’ve just purchased some of the materials to start work to complete the second floor of the building.  Why waste time!!

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  • a HUGE thank you to everyone who sponsored the 4 runners on the 22nd March, 2015, for the Reading Half Marathon.  We were hoping to achieve £5k over the next few months and thanks to the over-whelming generosity of so many people we have hit £5k…and counting.  Wow, wow, wow – thank you, thank you!!  […]

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  • The reason for running was to raise money for the India Project:  target of £5,000.00  We have been so humbled by the generosity of so many people:  all donations from the smallest to the greatest has been a blessing & adding them all together is the only way to hit that £5k number!!

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  • The children loved playing ‘ship-shark’ – stand in a line and jump either left (ship) or right(shark).  Wrong or last and you’re out.  And then the old classic of Simon says …or in these photos, ‘Neil Uncle’ says.  We’re not quite sure who had more fun.

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  • Well, no pressure: the ribbon HAD to cut in one and it was that last little bit, the very edge/end of the blade and the panic when Sandra realised it might not make it …quick prayer and – presto – the blade sharp enough to push through the end without an extra snip!  Phew! Offical […]

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