City Hindus Network

Not-for-profit organisation promoting networking, personal development and charity amongst Hindu professionals in London.

The CHN actively works, or has worked, with several large corporates, such as:

Barclays Accenture Deloitte State Street
UBS Ernst & Young PwC Berwick Leighton Paisner
City of London Police Metropolitan Police Service Simmons & Simmons SOAS

The following organisations have been partners of the CHN over the past few years:

Sewa Day is a social action initiative. The social action day recognises the need for local communities to take the responsibility for overcoming the challenges of disadvantage & deprivation by harnessing resources and talents that exist within them.
Go Dharmic is a social action platform working for good causes and helping to bring Dharmic education and action into our everyday lives.
City Sikhs Network is for Students, Graduates and Professionals with the aim to inspire people to be the best they can be.
The Hindu Forum of Britain (HFB) is an umbrella body for British Hindus with more then 420 member organisations from around the country.
Think Spa provides private one to one coaching, group training and behavioural development for individuals and businesses. It unlocks potential in individuals by building confidence and raising self-awareness.
The Metropolitan Police Hindu Association (MPHA) has been working with the Hindu community and the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) since 2002.
The Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies (OCHS) is a Recognised Independent Centre of Oxford University. The principal aim of the Centre is the study of Hindu culture, religion, languages, literature, philosophy, history, arts and society, in all periods and in all parts of the world. All Hindu traditions are included.
Representing over 10,000 Hindu Youth, the National Hindu Students Forum (NHSF) is the largest Hindu student movement in Europe and aspires to build the foundations for a strong and vibrant Hindu community by establishing a youth orientated proactive agenda.
LJ1_ziDMsHUCGtIRd4VEbcRi-XbkasjapCiktZvFuE4 In June 2000, Akshaypatra started its mid-day meal program in Bangalore by feeding 1500 children in 5 schools. It now aims to enable hunger-free education for nearly 1.3 million children in India.
  Good works aim is to create a peer network for professionals and entrepreneurs to help each other be able to listen and act on their conscience in the workplace, whether that is an office, a hospital or another type of organisation that makes a difference to people’s lives. They believe this kind of individual commitment and collaboration is an essential element in any renewal of business or indeed of government.