HEAL Romania is an organisation that offers aid to children that live in poverty in the capital city of Bucharest in Romania. This aid primarily comes in the form of education but we also provide food, medical supplies and assistance for street children and families in finding alternative places to live. The charity was founded by Leanda Theedom, a member of Charlton Kings Baptist Church, and the work is greatly supported by the church. At present HEAL Romania works with children living in state orphanages and those at risk of failing in school due to lack of support at home. Money is raised in England is then sent every month to a sister organisation called 'Impreuna la scoala', which is managed by the trustees of HEAL Romania along with a Romanian aid worker called Silviu Despa. Silviu and his wife, Mihaela, work with the children and also manage a team of educators.