PROJECTS IN BRIEF
THE BLIND RELIEF ASSOCIATION (DELHI)
We have supported the Blind Relief Association (BRA) for over 20 years. The BRA has been operating in Delhi since 1945 with the principal aim of ensuring that visually-impaired individuals were not marginalised, but integrated into the community through education and training.
RICHARD HOUSE, LONDON
The MOC Foundation has been supporting Richard House's work since 2019. Richard House is the only children's hospice in East London. For 20 years, it has been providing professional care and support for babies, children, and young adults with life-shortening, life-limiting, or complex health conditions. Services are available free-of-charge to around 300 families each year.
HCPT LOURDES PILGRIMAGE
We have supported the HCPT (Handicapped Children's Pilgrimage Trust) for over 15 years. HCPT is a UK-registered charity offering pilgrimages to Lourdes in the South of France for disabled and disadvantaged young people from the UK. Every Easter, 1000 children and young people enjoy the pilgrimage supported by volunteers who work tirelessly during the year to raise the support required to make this possible.
BASIC HEALTHCARE SERVICES
We have supported Basic Healthcare Services since 2014. This is a not-for-profit organisation providing healthcare for the remote, underserved communities of southern Rajasthan. Our projects have focused on the provision of care and nutrition for young children.
THE LEPROSY MISSION
Since 2013, our Foundation has supported the Leprosy Mission by funding specific projects. The Leprosy Mission is an international development organisation that diagnoses, treats, and offers specialist support to leprosy patients. As well as healthcare, they provide rehabilitation, education, vocational training, small business loans, housing, fresh water supplies, and sanitation for thousands of people in 11 countries across Africa and Asia.
EBBW FAWR LEARNING COMMUNITY, WALES
In 2019, we started to support this project at Ebbw Fawr Learning Community, a 3-16 secondary school in one of the most deprived areas of Wales. It provides resources for promoting accelerated reading among school children, participation of students in debating chambers, and the development of a resource back for the children and their families.
Every year we publish a report of the global MOC activities which we carry out not only sponsored from the UK, but also by all our other members across the world. Our activities span across various continents, lands and geographical perspectives, as you can see from the attached downloadable document.