Support Us

As with most charities we rely heavily on donations. We are really starting to make a difference to the members of the Punjabi speaking community, and we would like to continue that for the long term. Cheques for donations should be sent to:

Brent Punjabi Association
(Registered Charity No.1148597)
85 Eagle Road, Wembley,
Middx HA0 4SL, United Kingdom

" It's not how much we give but how much love we put into giving." - Mother Teresa


  • Manjit
    Having attended the events at the Brent Punjabi Association (BPA), I have benefitted in many ways. I have been unwell, and suffering from depression. One of the Founder members introduced me to the BPA when it was in its early stages. I started to get out of the house more, meet more people and socialise. I have learnt to dance and to do Yoga exercises. Read More...
  • Kiranbhen
    Having attended the events at the Brent Punjabi Association (BPA), I have benefitted in many ways. Read More...
  • Joginder Kundhi
    In 1980, I was diagnosed with Cancer of the Larynx. After a long flight with the ‘Big C’, in 1990 I lost my voice box became depressed and suicidal. Struggling to find some light at the end of my own personal tunnel... I realised that we all have a choice: give-up or carry-on. I chose to carry-on and make a difference with my ‘Second Life’ and after learning to speak again using a silicon valve instead of a voice-box... Read More...
  • Themina
    I joined the Brent Punjabi Association early in 2013 after hearing about it from a friend. Each week we participate in a group dance which is enjoyable and up lifting. Other activities include Yoga, bingo, karaoke, singing and occasionally musical chairs! I have also learnt new things from the guest speakers who attend, such as the Community Police, the Mayor and make-up artists. Read More...
  • Sarita Chopra
    Most people don''t have the time to write letters of a complimentary nature, I am one of these people. However, I felt compelled to do just that with regards to the services of Brent Punjabi Associations.Last year, I noticed my mum, Sharda Klare gradually withdrawing from society and her health slowly declining. I guess she probably hit a turning point in her ... Read More...