It is my honor and privilege to serve our community as the President of Bongo Poribar Sociocultural Association (BPSA) of Greater Toronto Area, Canada. BPSA is a registered non-profit organization, committed to promoting culture and heritage of diversity. I take this opportunity to invite you all to join us for different events organized by BPSA. Our association is built around volunteers; we need volunteers for every event. If you have not had the chance to volunteer at any of our events please do so, you will be amazed at the pride you feel helping to make the events successful.
BPSA is built on the hard work, dedication and tireless efforts of so many. I am very fortunate to have members, patrons and volunteers who contributed to all of that and more. Together we will work toward building on the wonderful accomplishments of diverse cultural bridges. At present BPSA celebrates various Pujas and Annual Picnic and are committed to organize variety of other socio-cultural events.
We value our youth program participants as important members of the BPSA family and we place a special emphasis on service to children and families. We do this because we know that for any family the youngest generation is the future. Dreams mean little and amount to nothing if we keep them to ourselves and try to achieve them all on our own. To follow your dream necessitates going down the path of teamwork and collaboration. BPSA is dream maker. You dream it, and we achieve it. How strong are we when we serve together? “Individually, we are one drop. Together we are the ocean,” wrote a Japanese poet. “The secret is to gang up on the problem, not on each other,” said an American businessman. “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much,” insisted the great Helen Keller.