The HAT Foundation – future direction

Dear supporter

Due to increasing workloads, it has become extremely difficult to take the time away from our work schedule which enables us to carry out our continuous charity work in Sri Lanka.

Unfortunately, it saddens me to inform you that this year 2015 has been the last visit that we make as a registered charity to this small town “Hikkaduwa” in Sri Lanka that has seen us make such a large impact to so many individuals. Especially following the devastating tsunami in 2004

During the last ten years, with your continuous support, we have helped thousands of children in many different schools in Sri Lanka.

We have had a home built in 2005 for the Lounaris Family who lost their home in the Tsunami (which we visited for 1st time in Feb 2006).

We have also provided a main water line and fresh running water into 84 homes. We have built new fully functioning water wells, new toilets and carried out many repairs to a variety of different schools.

We have purchased in excess of 3000 pairs of shoes. We organise for at least 100 children to have a Christmas party and gift which we have done every single year since 2006.

With all your help, we have altered and changed the lives of thousands of individuals, for the better.

This achievement has proved to be far beyond our original intentions.This huge difference would never have been possible and become a reality, without your help and generosity, therefore, on that note, we would like to take this opportunity to THANK YOU, from the bottom of our hearts, for your continuous support and kindness.

Once the final monies have been spent the ‘Hat Foundation’ will have to close as a registered Charity. Should anyone sponsoring a child wish to continue, please kindly let us know, as it will need to be done through our personal account.

If you have a direct debit set up it will be cancelled

We shall on a personal level carry on helping a number of children in Sri Lanka.

We have made a decision, that it is now the right time to help people on home ground, in the U.K. We have a new ambition to raise £100,000.00 for Marie Curie ( Details of which will be announced shortly).

Once again, we thank you all for your tremendous support during the past ten ten years, in helping to fulfil the dreams of the under-privileged. Aimee will vist Sri Lanka on the 19th of March 2015 to ensure the rest of our funds are spent well. Sadly after Eight years I do not have the time to vist but will be visting all my friends in future years.

Thank you, yours sincerely,
Cavan, Deb & Aimee Sullivan and Graham Davies of The ‘Hope And Trust’ Foundation

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