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Patron: Lord Jim Knight
The Miriam Hyman Memorial Trust

Miriam Hyman

Miriam was one of the 52 people killed in the "7/7" London bombings of 7th July 2005.

The Miriam Hyman Memorial Trust was set up by her family in 2008.

Miriam's memorial: The Miriam Hyman Children's Eye Care Centre (MHCECC) within the L V Prasad Eye Institute in Odisha, India. Miriam appreciated her own eye care services. This is a living memorial; a place of hope, healing and rehabilitation, irrespective of the ability to pay.

Miriam's legacy: Miriam's Vision: A Response to the 2005 London Bombings - an Education Resource for 11 to 14 year olds based on Miriam's story and built around the National Curriculum. It incorporates British values of democracy, tolerance and empathy and is freely accessible online at Learners of today can aspire to a more inclusive society, safer from extremism and violent terrorism.

Please contact us to set up a regular monthly donation. Your support makes a BIG difference to our sustainability. Thank you!

Here is a short video about our work.


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