BAPS in Birmingham joins the community service initiative


BAPS in Birmingham has made delivery to staff at Moseley Hospital
BAPS in Birmingham has made delivery to staff at Moseley Hospital

THE BAPS in Birmingham has joined the BAPS UK community service initiative during COVID-19 pandemic.

The BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS) in the UK has launched a nationwide community care programme to support individuals and local communities during the period of crisis.

Under the programme, volunteers are reaching out to over 1,500 elderly and vulnerable people in the community regularly to collect shopping, medication and running essential errands, where required.

BAPS also Supports five hospitals in the UK, including the newly opened Nightingale Hospital, by providing food as well as letters of appreciation for their heroic staff.

BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha in Birminghamhas been serving Hindus and the local community since 1972. It provides various educational, community and spiritual activities for children, youths, families and the elderly.

BAPS has mobilised over 580 volunteers in more than 30 areas around the UK, including in Birmingham, to support the elderly and needy in local communities.