All income received throughout the event is spend on charity purposes afterwards. We seek to make a difference in the countries we are originally from, which is why our charity projects are mainly done in Central Asian countries. We invested a total of £50 000 throughout our history, and aim to increase this number further.


More than £10,000 donated towards various charities, including orphanages where we funded educational programmes for kids aged 12-14, as well as children with serious but curable diseases. This year we intend to support Healthy Asia Charity Fund in Kazakhstan, and in particular, its programme that fights cancer among disadvantaged children.



Over the years, British-Uzbek Society has been involved in a wide range of regional charity initiatives. With an area of impact chiefly in the Tashkent suburban areas, our representatives have worked with local orphanages and social organisations channeling over £1500 worth of aid and supplies.Our people have also enjoyed carrying out activities . We are currently committed to a new project which will see over 700 academic books transported and distributed on a wider country-scale and subsequently increase our impact.



Tatarstan raised a total of £864 during the 2014 Spring Festival and Sabantuy, which is another charity event by the UK Tatar Association. All the funds were donated towards the children with disabilities in Tatarstan. The Derbishy orphanage in Kazan, received new equipment, furniture, medicines and other goods.