Healey International Relief Foundation

Founded in 2001, the Healey International Relief Foundation is a 501(c)3 public charity established to improve the quality of life of vulnerable individuals and families in Sierra Leone who have long been affected by war and adverse socio-economic conditions.

Through the delivery of healthcare services, clean water, food, and educational training, the Healey International Relief Foundation embraces their needs, invests in their future and increases the capacity of communities to become self-sustaining. The Foundation seeks to bring hope and empowerment to those in Sierra Leone who are impoverished, hungry and hurting.

The Foundation can easily credit our project successes to effective partnerships. The implementation, development and sustainability are reliant upon the relationships formed with local communities in Sierra Leone and like-minded NGO’s. Solid alliances allow us to develop methods of problem solving, which are supported by communities we work in, thus developing a bright future. It’s about immersing oneself and understanding the culture you are working with. Our core belief system is providing a “hand-up, not a “hand-out” to our project beneficiaries.

Website http://hirf.net
Twitter https://twitter.com/HealeyIRF
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HealeyIRF/
Primary Address

573 Eayrestown Road

Lumberton, New Jersey 08048

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Projects

  • Mobile Clinic - Sierra Leone

    A project from 2 different sectors in Sierra Leone

    This project provides mobile health care and psychosocial support to remote and underserved communities in the Western District of Sierra Leone. Specific populations targeted are children, ebola survivors... Learn more

  • Newton Clinic - Sierra Leone

    A health project in Sierra Leone

    The Newton Clinic in the Rural Western District in Sierra Leone provides primary health care services to a catchment area of over 16,500 and sees nearly 650 patients per month. Located in a community that has a large... Learn more