Felsted Aid for Deprived Children was formed in 2001 and became a registered charity in October 2003. In 2009 the charity took the working
The founders are Alan Hilliar and Pauline Craven.
On April 26, 1986, the world witnessed the costliest accident in history.
Today, in 2012, thousands of children are still affected with cancers, tumours, leukaemia, cerebral palsy, neurological problems and many hereditary diseases.
The Revival Centre in Chernigov Ukraine
Our main work is the support of the Revival Centre which was the vision of
At the time of the disaster he was very concerned about the plight of the children as they did not receive Iodine to dilute the effects of the radiation.
In 1995 he was given a building by the local government which was in a derelict condition. He had no financial means to create the centre so through a video tape he applied to British Charities for help.
Over the last 17 years a total of 6 buildings have been converted into a centre of excellence acknowledged by both UNICEF and the Ukrainian Government. These include a building with dormitories to accommodate children from outlying regions. In total over 1600 children are treated annually.
2012 will see the completion of a new building which will consist of 30 dormitories and 15 bathrooms, new kitchens and laundry enabling the centre to take in an additional 30 children per month for treatment in order to shorten their waiting listOur aims and objectives are to help sick and under priveleged children throughout the world, but more especially the children who are still suffering the results of the Chernobyl disaster of 1986.