Nepalese Association of Wiltshire (NAW) in Brief
Nepalese Association of Wiltshire (NAW), UK was established in 2006 in Swindon with an aim of uniting the Nepalese community in and around Swindon to strengthen community spirit and to build a strong, cohesive and integrated community. The foundations of NAW were set after Nepalese (especially Gurkhas) began migrating in Swindon and a commonplace was required by them to share their experiences, joys and sorrows, and to help one another settle in Swindon. NAW is recognised by the Swindon Borough Council as the only organisation in Swindon that convenes all Nepalese in Swindon and embraces all regardless of their caste, race, religion or other protected characters.
To transform Nepalese community in and around Swindon to deepen and widen, social and cultural cohesion and integration with local community
To inspire and empower Nepalese in and around Swindon to realize their full potential based on the principles of fairness and equality
It is with the greatest sorrow and sadness that we mourn the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. After a long life of faith, duty and service, a great light has gone out.
On behalf of Nepalese Association of Wiltshire we express our profound sadness at her passing, our admiration for all that she was, and our enduring gratitude for all that she gave us. We send our prayers, love and heartfelt condolences to the entire Royal Family
Nepalese Association of Wiltshire (NAW) provides free meals and present to homeless in Swindon during Christmas.