The Anglo-Asian Friendship Society works in 3 continents, with Official Representatives in India, Pakistan, UAE, US, Canada & Greece, Indeed, the AAFS’ work in Pakistan has led to historic breakthroughs in promoting Hindu & Sikh religious rights – including the creation of official cremation grounds and also Krishna Mandir in Lahore. Inevitably, such historic achievements have attracted domestic controversy – and as a result – the AAFS office in Lahore was burnt down in 2012 and later broken into.

In 2005 the Charity Commission of England & Wales formally registered the Anglo Asian Friendship Society charity as
Charity No. 1108891.

In recognition of our diverse achievements, we are constituted as an international charity with scope comparable to Red Cross and Amnesty International.


  • Promote good race relations in Britain
  • Promote religious harmony by raising awareness & enhancing respect, and tolerance.
  • Relieve poverty & hardship throughout the world
  • Protect & promote good health

Britain has changed a great deal since I first arrived from Kenya in 1958, dispossessed of all but the idealism of my youth. I believe the voluntary sector has an essential role to play in meeting the epoch-defining issues that have arisen since the dawn of our new millennium.

For almost a quarter of a century, the Anglo Asian Friendship Society has been pioneering a new paradigm of grass roots political, social and community engagement.

Please contact us if you think we can assist or you would like to discuss our project further.

Davender Kumar Ghai

Founding President

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