‘Mindions’ so grateful for support in building HEAL science lab in Hoshil’s name

THREE intrepid adventurers, Nishma Parekh, Nikhil Lalsodagar and Avel Shah, collectively known as The Mindions, have said a massive thank-you to the hundreds of people who helped them raise more than £28.5k for HEAL. The Mindions undertook the daunting challenge to drive an auto-rickshaw from Cochin to the ‘golden city’ of Jaisalmer in a span […]

Fundraisers help HEAL to continue good work in India

TWO major fundraisers were held in the UK recently, helping to raise thousands of pounds towards HEAL’s health and education projects in India. HEAL India Night is an annual event which brings together hundreds of HEAL supporters for an evening of colour, music and excellent Indian cuisine. Organiser Helen Rome said: “It was another fantastic […]

Emotional visit to HEAL Paradise as ‘Mindions’ prepare for India adventure

The family of Hoshil Mehta, who are sponsoring a science laboratory at Paradise Village in his name, paid an emotional visit to HEAL’s flagship project on Christmas Eve. They were greeted by excited children from Paradise’s primary school, who always love receiving visitors, staff and members of HEAL India and the charity’s founder Dr Satya […]

‘Mindions’ prepare to cross India by rickshaw in memory of Hoshil

A grieving family have spoken about how devising a charity challenge and being welcomed into the HEAL family has given them the strength to cope with the recent loss of a loved one. Hoshil Mehta, a BPharm + MBA in Pharmtech student from Mumbai, passed away in September, leaving family members in both the UK […]

Become a HEAL hero and let your support live on

HEAL legacy

At HEAL, we are constantly surprised and delighted at the lengths our supporters will go to in order to raise money for our cause – everything from climbing the highest mountains and running marathons to sponsored bike rides like our very own Cycle India. Each and every one of them is a hero in our […]

HEAL cyclists are keeping it in the family

THIS year’s Cycle India bike ride from Mumbai to Goa turned out to be not only a global event – with riders coming from the United States, Australia, Kenya, India, England and Wales to take part – but also something of a family affair. To coincide with the formation of HEAL Australia, Cycle India welcomed […]