Australia Healthcare Updates

At the 2019 Asia Pacific Youth Meet held in Kuching in August, Swami strongly encouraged the region to come together and work unitedly for the greater good of the world. The Health in Kind team from Australia which is the medical arm of the Heart of Love Foundation, has already put this into action, forging an international partnership with the Sai Prema Foundation in Fiji to assist with medical services being provided in their country.

Chairman Sunil Naidu, and national co-ordinators Dr Georgina Brunton and Soumya Bhaskara went to Fiji in September to meet with the team, identify the needs and implement strategies. They also participated in the monthly medical camp which was held on the September 28, 2019 in Tailevu.

Health in Kind medical specialists will now start going to Fiji monthly to assist in providing specialist medical support to the monthly Health on Wheels medical outreach camps as well as conducting clinics at the Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Medical Centre.

The local Community Centre in Murwillumbah has awarded the Heart of Love Foundation team in Murwillumbah with a Certificate of Appreciation for the Food Hampers which they provide to many families in need, in the community.

The hampers consist of fresh fruits and vegetables, bread, rice and other non-perishable food items. The hampers that the youth deliver provide approximately 450 meals per week.

The number of hampers provided every week is increasing as more and more members of the community in need approach the Heart of Love Foundation, seeking assistance with these necessities that they lack. Since the service started 13 months ago, there have been enough provisions provided for over 25000 meals!