Navjivan Vadil Kendra means 'New Life Elders Centre'. The charity gives elderly members of the local community the opportunity to stay healthy and active while meeting others.
Visitors are all aged between 60 and 90 and most are of South Asian back-ground, although anyone can join.
Staff at the not-for-profit organisation say they are usually retired and tend to stay home due to poor English skills and their strict vegetarian diet, and that many hardly do any exercise at all, are overweight and suffer from chronic pain.
Navjivan Vadil Kendra is another nominee for the Let's Do It Community Awards, in which good causes are competing for a cash prize of £1,000 or £500 from Barclays Bank.
The charity's secretary, Jayant Doshi, put forward the organisation's name. He said: "The important thing is these members have never done any exercise."
But by attending the club, they can improve their physical and mental health.
Yoga lessons and bridge sessions take place once a week during the meetings, before a hot and fully-balanced vegetarian lunch is served.
During the summer, day trips are organised and health seminars offered, increasing members' awareness of their health risks, and encouraging them to take preventive measures.
Ever since Navjivan Vadil Kendra came, participants have reported a change in their health.
The charity's first meetings were held in the beginning of January 2007 with only 20 members attending. Today the group has 340 members with a waiting list of 50.
The group meets every Thursday from 10am to 4pm at Sangam Centre, Burnt Oak Broadway, Edgware.
If the charity wins the Let's Do It Community Awards, Mr Doshi said the charity will want to improve and have more health seminars and checks.
Babu Shah, the group's treasurer, said: "The objective of our organisation is to improve quality of life through participation in light activities allowing them to live a healthy life.
"The socialising during cultural activities makes them feel as if they are part of the family and the community."