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.
Volunteers
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
Madeehah Jehangir
Staff
Rob Deeks
Sumayah Khan
Zaeema Hussain
Charlotte Williams
Rosa Hopkins
Kuran Dohil

About
I became a member of Aik Saath in July 2012 because I knew a few people who were already a part of it, and I was told it was a really interesting place. So, I wanted to find out for myself. Since joining, I have met so many lovely people and I've been able to take part in volunteer sessions and do things I wouldn't normally do. So far, my favourite moment was when I performed in Slough High St for the Anti-Knife crime event.

I want to be able to make a difference and be a young role model for others, and Aik Saath is really helping me achieve this. Already, I feel that Aik Saath is a huge family that I feel so comfortable in. I can be myself, socialise and help others. I would definitely recommend Aik Saath as it makes you realise a lot about yourself, as well as teaching you how to work with others



Inspirational Quote
"When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down 'happy.' They told me I didn't understand the assignment, and I told them they didn't understand life."

By:John Lennon