Charity & Welfare Trust


-PWA Slough-

Going Above And Beyond For The Community

The Pakistan Welfare Association (PWA) is one of Slough’s longest established community organisations. It was first associated with and supported by Slough Borough Council as long ago as 1962. PWA has survived as an organisation for over 57 years, despite the many challenges it has faced, this bears testimony to its resilience and durability, more importantly, it reflects the value it has provided at various times for the Pakistani community.


In the 2011 Census, the Pakistani community at 24,869 was the largest ethnic minority group in Slough representing 17.74% of the population. A community that has faced many hardships across almost five generations in Slough.It is well documented that a community’s identity is multifaceted. The Pakistani community that has made Slough its home has played an important role in the social, economic, environmental and political life of Slough’s rich fabric. As an organisation, PWA has endured, developed and grown despite reduced funding opportunities and the impact of austerity on both it’s community and as an organisation. The long term objectives of PWA are to:


PWA Slough Constitution
Draft Consultation February 2020

1-Adoption of the constitution
The association and its property will be administered and managed in accordance with the provisions in Parts 1
and 2 of this constitution and Schedule 1 – Members rules

2- Name
The association’s name is
Pakistan Welfare Association Slough
(and in this document, it is called the charity).

Our Board

Muhammed Shabbir


Contact : 07989171329

Abdul Sattar

Vice President

Contact : 07860490687

Mrs Shaida Akbar

Vice President

Contact : 07861261768

Mohamed Khurshid

General Secretary

Contact : 07961320735

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Rafiq Chohan

Information Secretary

Contact : 07795 215814

Sarfraz Kayani

Joint Secretary

Contact : 07815050023

Zafar Ullah Khan Satti


Contact : 07739898603

Ms Huneeda Raza

Community Development and Centre Manager

Ms Margaret Chirekeni

Senior Volunteer

Contact :  07596349168

We Have Annual General Meeting
on 24-Oct-2021

Services we offer to our Community

President's Message

I am very pleased to inform you all that the PWA has managed to raise enough funds to complete the purchase of our community centre at 50 Darvills Lane, Chalvey, Slough, for £622,700 on 10th May 2019.This was a very long process, as when we took over we were told that the asking price was £330,000 for a 99 year leasehold, but the Cabinet disagreed due to a lack of proof of funding, and so the asking price increased to over £800,000 for a freehold.In the last three years, PWA has embarked on a community campaign to raise enough funds to purchase the community centre it rented from Slough Borough Council for over 15 years. This secured a permanent home and delivered on savings in rental costs.
Our priority groups:



Sewing Classes For Ladies


Thursday 11am - 2pm
Sunday 1pm - 4pm

Elderly Luncheon Club

Social Club For Elderly

Weekly Jummah Prayers (Led By
Somali Community)

Homework Club For Children

Youth Club For Youngsters

Urdu & Arabic Classes (For Kids)

Digital Learning

Our Financiers

Upcoming Events

Annual General Meeting 2021
24 Oct
Annual General Meeting 2021
  • 02:00 pm - 04:00 pm (Prompt start)
  • 50, Darvill's Lane, Chalvey, Slough SL1 2PH.
Independence Day
14 Aug
Independence Day
  • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • 50, Darvill's Lane, Chalvey, Slough SL1 2PH.
Eid Fete
12 Dec
Eid Fete
  • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • 50, Darvill's Lane, Chalvey, Slough SL1 2PH.

Nadra Services

We provide vast range of Nadra Services at our Center on a regular basis here is the list of services we provide :

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Our Funders

We can’t be thankful enough. Your donations and heartfelt giving have been the driving force to keep this centre aflot.


News & Insights


Foreign travel advice

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