BRIGHTER FUTURE INTERNATIONAL TRUST
Registered Charity 1110823
Brighter Future International Trust works with children and adults affected by leprosy, HIV, disability, and extreme poverty in India.
CONTACT US Head Office 1 Charlies Yard, Dyke, Bourne, PE10 0GQ Telephone 01778 422701 Email info@brighterfutureinternationaltrust.co.uk
© 2018 Brighter Future International Trust
Website by Jack Slater 
UK Registered Charity  1110823
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER Pickford Memorial Hospice, located at our Shanti Nivas campus in Gotlam, provides care and comfort to many who become unwell from different problems, but also to some who may be facing end of life support. Read the report on this lady, Devi Potta, and give her your support and prayer as she struggles with having recently found out she was HIV positive.
Your donations, child sponsorship, widow food parcel sponsoring and fundraising, allows us to continue to invest in these children and adults, giving them the education and skills that they need to become self supporting, which is our aim for them, and their aims for themselves.
What a difference you can make
This was Ramadevi when she came to us …
Just look at her now …
You give these young people hope, a future, and A NEW LIFE THIS IS WHY YOU SPONSOR
We are trying to fund bicycles for some of the older children to use to go to school, this will give them a small amount of freedom, and also responsibility. If you would like to find out more about how you can help, CLICK HERE
New Rainbow House extension. (click)
Rambabu running the Tuck Shop at Shanti Nivas
Rambabu is a young man of 20 years who came into our Hospice at Shanti Nivas Campus some months ago suffering with severe TB, Rambabu also has HIV, and was very ill, but not any more, just look at him now running the new tuck shop. Well all those sweets look tempting!
Brand New School Bus
Shanti Nivas now have their very own, brand new bus to take the children to school, and on outings. The Brighter Future International Trust trustees approved the purchase earlier this year and the bus has now been delivered, the children love it, and it makes the task of getting the children to school so much easier for everyone, and don’t the children look great in their school uniforms.
Leprosy and Filaria
A large part of the work done by Brighter Future in India centres on several leprosy colonies, bringing many services to the residents. Here you can see 65 year old Korilliboina Simhachalam being treated for both Leprosy and Filaria, Korilliboina lives in the Sriramanagar Colony, Anakapalli, a suburb of Visakhapatnam. Filaria is a parasitic disease caused by an infection with roundworms, spread by blood-feeding black flies and mosquitoes.
Korilliboina is also given a food package to improve her nutrition and food intake while she fights the disease.
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