NPO-UK provides support to Pakistani-led not-for-profit organisations including charities, social enterprises and voluntary groups. Our members also include a smaller number of activists and academics working on behalf of our communities, regardless of their ethnic backgrounds.
We organise an annual conference to share good practice and are setting up regional boards meeting several times a year, which will each have a representative on our governing body at national level.
You can view the report of the NPO-UK 2019 conference here.
Membership is free but if you are able to do so, you can make a voluntary contribution to support our work.
To find out more, please fill in the enquiry form below.
Would you like to become:
You are invited to become a full member of NPO if you are running a not for profit organisation (this includes community groups; companies limited by guarantees; charities; social enterprises etc) where half or more members of the management committee are of Pakistani background.
Membership is free but voluntary donations are most welcome to support running of the network.
We welcome individuals who support the above aims of NPO-UK to become associate members.
Membership if free but voluntary donations are welcome to support running of the network.
Pakistanis in Britain (Census 2011)
of British Pakistanis live in the most deprived 10% of neighbourhoods, compared with 9% of whites.
Estimated Pakistani-led not-for-profit organisations across the UK
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