Our team
At Aik Saath we believe in empowering young people to make our communities safer, stronger places. Click on the thumbnails to find out more about the people that drive our organisation.
Kish Singh
Aisha Ali
Aneesah Latif
Sakib Moghal
Zeeshan Ashraf
Haleema Ali
Neelam Shabir
Rowena Lui
Raja Khan
Shahbano Shah
Saqib Ali
Mooni Wazir
Avtar Jhalli
Mansimran Singh
Rabia Wazir
Aaron Bhatti
Fawad Ahmed
Ishaak Shabir
Aisha Khan
Faeeque Khawas
Sabah Chohan
Tia Dhaliwal
Tameena Hussain
Zara Zeb
Anisah Zeb
Anisah Kauser
Mamuna Hussain
Kuran Dohil
Afsheen Butt
Ayrton Ferreira
Deah Aggarwal
Jess Singh
Mubeen Abbas
Zahid Khan
Isma Asif
Reshail Ijaz
Sukhwinder Bhachu
Shree Fatania
Gavina Dhillon
Arron De Silva
Hamza Ali
Zonaira Salar
Shyam Fatania
Romina bisma Ejaz
Haajrah Ahmed
Shamilah Malik
Danyal Ahmed
Callum Fullam
Saleha Latif
Keannah Shaw
Ameena Jabeen
Maryam Ur-rehman
Abdullah Mohammad
Bryan Brown
Arshia Garg
Abdulahi Mohamed
Rob Deeks
Sumayah Khan
Zaeema Hussain
Charlotte Williams
Rosa Hopkins
Jess Singh

I joined Aik Saath in July 2012 because I heard about it through a friend and figured it was something I was interested in. My favourite moment by far has to be the beach trip to Bournemouth because I finally got to know the other members a bit better.

As a result of my time at Aik Saath Iíve learnt I can act against violence and be the one to make the change, each individual makes a massive difference.

Aik Saath is like a big family, a loving caring environment that everyone can be a part of. The virtues Aik Saath follows are so unique and profound that I feel everyone should follow so I would recommend it to all young people and they make a massive difference to the community.

Iím a humanitarian and I want to spread the ethos of Aik Saath for a better tomorrow. Aik Saath is a place of loving, caring people who accept you for who you are and promote the ideas of peace making and anti-violence. It means so much to me!

Inspirational Quote
You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience by which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, 'I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.

By: Eleanor Roosevelt