Become A Well-Wisher

In 1991, a handful of students in London arrived at a realisation that universities across the country did not provide a sense of community for Hindu students on their campuses. There was no single body championing the voice of Hindu students and most importantly, there was nothing to root our students within the principles and values of Dharma. It was with these thoughts that the National Hindu Students’ Forum (UK) (“NHSF (UK)”) was born – from humble beginnings and with the mission to protect, preserve, practice and promote Hindu Dharma.

Collectively, our Well Wishers make a significant difference towards helping us achieve this mission and facilitating our growth. 

Over the last 30 years, NHSF (UK) has been able to continue growing and increasing its reach within the Hindu student population. Today, we now connect and engage with over 15,000 students on campuses across the UK.

With the regular support of our Well Wishers, we are able to host national and zonal events that bring together our members regularly throughout the year. We are further able to facilitate and provide more resources to our chapters so they can create a safe space on campus and a ‘home away from home’ for their members at our universities. More recently, contributions from Well Wishers have allowed us to remove the affiliation fee barrier that many universities face. 

We wish to proudly serve Dharma across many more campuses and allow our work to touch the lives of tens of thousands of students every year.

Support us, in supporting thousands of others. Together we are stronger.

If you’d like to help us to continue to grow, become an NHSF (UK) Well Wisher.

HOW DO I BECOME A WELL WISHER?

Please sign up through our secure online system by clicking the button below.

[PLEASE NOTE – WELL WISHER FUNDS PLEDGED VIA OUR SECURE ONLINE SYSTEM ARE SUBJECT TO A SMALL CHARGE OF 2 – 3% WHICH IS NOT PASSED ON TO THE WELL WISHER, HOWEVER THIS AMOUNT IS DEDUCTED FROM THE AMOUNT PLEDGED TO THE SPECIFIED NHSF (UK) PROJECT OR CHAPTER].