The primary aim of Humanity at Heart

is to help the most disadvantaged people

in Romania to escape the cycle of social

and economic poverty into which they are locked. 

We work alongside partners in Romania

to combat child poverty, help vunerable

and poor communities, improve the

lives of elderly people living in poverty,

and help those with special needs live

full and happy lives.

We work alongside partners in Romania

to combat child poverty, help vunerable

and poor communities, improve the

lives of elderly people living in poverty,

and help those with special needs live

full and happy lives.

Please support our work by donating any amount possible via Paypal.


We are a Sussex-based independent charity, working alongside our partners in Romania to combat child poverty, help vulnerable and poor communities, improve the lives of elderly people living in poverty, and help those with special needs live full and happy lives. By focusing on small, grass-roots projects we aim to help those people who are hidden or discriminated against in society, or overlooked by governments or larger charities.

Read the latest news from our blog:

The Shop Re-Vamp is Finished!

The Shop Re-Vamp is Finished!

We're ready for our re-opening tomorrow, Monday 10th @ 9.30am!We have loads of lovely clothes, books and bric-a-brac. Look forward to seeing all our customers!

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Support for Open Hands in Romania

Support for Open Hands in Romania

HUMANITY AT HEART HAVE RECENTLY STARTED A PARTNERSHIP WITH OPEN HANDS, AND ARE SUPPORTING THEIR WORK WITH ROMA CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN NORTH EAST ROMANIA.PLEASE READ THE LATEST REPORT FROM REBEKKA MAUGHAN, TRUSTEE OF OPEN HANDS, TO HEAR ABOUT THE WONDERFUL WORK THEY...

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Humanity at Heart’s Privacy Statement

Humanity at Heart’s Privacy Statement

PERSONAL DATA PRIVACY NOTICEHumanity at Heart (HaH) is a small charity with a limited need to collect and process data from our donors, other supporters, volunteers and other contacts (collectively, “our Contacts”) . As such we have not considered it necessary to...

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