South Asian Concern is a registered charity led by a team of staff and trustees. You can find out who’s who and more about them here.
Ram is Chairman of South Asian Concern. He comes from a Hindu background and moved to the UK in the 1960s following persecution of Asians living in East Africa. You can watch a short video of his faith journey here (filmed in 1994).
Ram has a background in business and was awarded a CBE in 1998. He is married to Sunita and they have three grown up children and seven grandchildren. He is the author of a number of books including Lions, Princesses, Gurus: Reaching Your Sikh Neighbour and Chapatis For Tea: Reaching Your Hindu Neighbour.
Rosey Johnson – Operations Manager
Rosey joined SAC in 2015 as Communications Manager and became Operations Manager in November 2017. She oversees the running of the office and also gets out-and-about speaking at churches and raising funds for our partners in South Asia. Before coming to SAC she worked for many years as a Christian schools worker but has also been part of the Fundraising Department at her local Hospice. When not staring at the computer she enjoys visiting National Trust houses, walking long distance footpaths and playing her flute.
Daryl Booth – Administrative Manager
Daryl joined SAC in January 2016. Prior to coming to South Asian Concern, he studied theology and has worked in both church and chaplaincy ministry. Daryl lives with his Dad and two cats and is a dedicated Southampton FC supporter.
Sunita is Treasurer of South Asian Concern and also manages the accounts. She has a background in administration and finance.
Sunita is married to Ram and they have three grown up children.
Robin spent 20 years in India teaching and training church leaders. He works as a consultant with SAC, writing and teaching on cross-cultural understanding with the South Asian communities. He was married to Shoko for nearly 50 years and has two children and four grandchildren. Robin has written many books and resources including the highly acclaimed ‘Engaging with Hindus’.
Deepak is a Sindhi who was born in Hong Kong and grew up in Japan. He has spent the past 30 years in Europe, working in business and now operates as a management consultant and international speaker. He is married to Celia and has two sons. Deepak has been a trustee of South Asian Concern for 20 years and works with Rosey to raise support for our partners in South Asia.
Suneel comes from a Hindu background and started following Jesus a number of years ago. He has worked in a variety of sectors, and been a trustee of different charities since 2000. Currently an IT consultant and the Facilitator of the International Sindhi Partnership, he is married to Susan and has a teenage son.
7 Mulgrave Chambers, 26 Mulgrave Road, Sutton. SM2 6LE
Registered Charity 1002270
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Nepal: Thank God for his people who helped those who suffered severe loss in recent flooding on the plains. Pray for the government to be supportive of Christian agencies which do so much to bring lasting change for poor and marginalised people. prayermate.net/feeds…
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India: Thank God for the new community coaching centre at Kachhwa where poor children are able to come for tuition. Pray that, as well as academic learning, they will learn of Jesus and His love for them. prayermate.net/feeds…
India: Give thanks for some recent rain in Chennai, which has helped to alleviate the water crisis. Pray for the staff of the Vine Trust (Anglo Indian Concern) as they serve the elderly, marginalised and poverty stricken. prayermate.net/feeds…