Our vision is to create a network of Pakistanis united in Christ, focused on better quality of life, fellowship and religious freedom for Christians in Pakistan and the UK.
BPCA has continually been supporting the victims of the twin suicide bombing which occurred in Peshawar on 22nd September 2013. The attack killed over
100 people and left a further 156 long term casualties. The incident has been deemed the worst ever attack on the Pakistani Christian minority and
is commensurate with the increasing hatred resonating towards Christians residing in the Middle-East.
Our work, which has been funded by All Saints Church, Ascot and the Elim Pentecostal Mission to name but a few of the donors, has been providing free medical treatment for long term patients; we have paid for replacement limbs, wheelchairs, and airsprung mattresses for badly wounded victims who were previously sleeping on the floor; and providing nourishment packages. We have also covered the educational costs of children left orphaned or with no parent able to support them financially through the educational system, due to loss of a main breadwinner.
The need is so great and we call on people of good conscience to provide us with the funds required to bring some quality of life to a very beleaguered community.
Further details can be found following the links below: