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Friends of Asha GB

Established in November 1999, Friends of Asha (GB) raises awareness and vital funds for the work of Asha throughout Great Britain. As well as continuously expanding the support base of Asha in their region, they make it possible for UK-based supporters to gift-aid their donations to Asha. To find out more about Friends of Asha (GB), please visit www.justgiving.com/friendsofasha/.

News and Events

October 2016: Big British Curry Nights – An annual fundraiser with the simple concept to invite your friends for a curry and ask them to make a donation to the work of Asha. Here are a few recipes contributed by some of Asha’s team members. You can try them at home to get the flavour of India’s different cuisines. Read more…

November 2015: St Stephen’s Church volunteers at Asha – The team of 12 members from St Stephen’s Church, Twickenham, volunteered with Asha for a week. Read more…

June 2015: Asha bids adieu to Jill Sinclair – On June 12, 2015 Dr Kiran hosted a farewell dinner at her residence to bid adieu to Asha’s ardent Ambassador Jill Sinclair. Her remarkable contributions to Asha’s work over the past three years have been immensely significant. Read more…

April 2015: Volunteer Doctors at Asha – Asha was pleased to welcome Volunteer Doctors from the UK to our slum based clinics as well as at the Asha Polyclinic. Health being one of the major concerns across the Asha communities; it was a wonderful opportunity for slum residents to avail specialist healthcare services. Read more…

March 2015: East Meets West Concert – The ‘East Meets West’ concert was organised by Amanda Clegg. It gave the members of the congregation, Asha supporters and many other local people, a real musical treat! Read more…

September 2014 – January 2015: The Big British Curry Night: Over the autumn and winter, Asha supporters across the UK will take part in and host Big British Curry Nights with their local communities. The concept is simple: invite your friends for a curry and ask them to make a donation to the work of Asha. Read more and get involved…

His Excellency Sir James Bevan hosts high tea for Asha volunteers: The British High Commissioner, HE Sir James Bevan KCMG, invited Asha’s volunteer team from the United Kingdom for a high tea at his residence on 27th October 2014. Read more…

Contact Details

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Dr Richard Hogben, Co-ordinator, Friends of Asha (GB)

36 Combe Street Lane, Yeovil, Somerset BA213PE, UK

Email: foasha.richardhogben@gmail.com | Charity Registration No. 1085071