Our New Newsletter System

Our New Newsletter System: Welcome to our new web site and the first edition of Our New Newsletter System. We are sure you will find articles and latest information more informative in the new digital age format. For those of our friends who engage in social networking with now have both Facebook and Twitter integrated into our web site pages for easy referral and social net working.

Our New Newsletter System will send you an email in the new format soon. Why? because your email address was found on our database at New Hope India office, should you wish to unsubscribe from our database you can do at the bottom of all emails. The sign up and unsubscribe process to our mail system is now automated and unmanned.

This will now be the  format News Hope News will arrive in your inbox. With the launch of our Blog style website, every 3 months there a bouts we will be sending an email out with the latest 5-6 articles from the new News Section of our web site.

Our New Newsletter System

We worked closely with Vasu Gangi-Reddy (former Community Centre orphan) our web designer over the past months to create a site that we feel reflects the essence of New Hope reaching out to the international community. Each email will include unique articles and updated page links that will enable you to keep in touch will us and share the New Hope experience with friends via Facebook or Twitter.

Our New Newsletter System and Web site gives our New Hope friends a much easier online experience for people to find us and to refer to us. We hope you find the information helpful and easy to understand.

Our New Newsletter System

Our New Newsletter System

Our New Newsletter System

About Anil

Director and manager of the New Hope Rural leprosy Trust. In 1985, he and three like minded young Indians founded the New Hope Rural Leprosy Trust to fight Leprosy, poverty, literacy and many other challenges facing the poorest state of Orissa in India. They chose to base New Hope Trust in the state of Orissa in a Tribal area known as the Koroput District.
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