Disaster Relief Fund

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Sangat ji,

Please see the updates section for more information on Afghan Minorities Relief work, Covid-19 Pandemic, Farmers Protests in India and other projects currently underway.

For nearly two decades, UNITED SIKHS has worked tirelessly to uplift the downtrodden and bring hope to communities in distress during natural disasters. We are committed to this mission: "Recognize the Human Race As One." The UNITED SIKHS Disaster Relief Teams have served humanity in Indonesia, United States, Kenya, Nepal, Japan, Haiti, Bangladesh, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Lebanon and beyond. 

Partnering with the United Nations, FEMA, and other leading NGOs, the UNITED SIKHS Disaster Relief teams are deployed in especially-vulnerable areas to provide aid and rehabilitation. We identified communities where little to no aid has yet arrived. The most pressing need is to provide families with food, water, and temporary shelter to survive the aftermath and help rebuild their lives.

Together with your support, we have the power and resources to make a difference. We can not do it without YOU! Every donation saves a life. Please donate today and become part of the solution.

  • 11/09/2021

    The 500 Year History of Sikhs in Afghanistan

    Sikhs have a long history in Afghanistan from the days of Guru Nanak Sahib’s visits to spread the message of universal peace and compassion (see journey graphic below). This 500-year history unfortunately is coming to an end with the last few families seeking refuge for a safer future.

    Our teams have been part of the latest chapter of Sikhs in Afghanistan in the capacity of humanitarian missions serving minority communities that have been under constant attacks in recent years.

    With your help we have provided:

    • Emergency aid to the families of those killed and injured in terrorist attacks.
    • Medical aid to combat the adverse effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
    • Documentation services to get these communities to safe horizons outside of Afghanistan.
    • Paid the processing fee for almost 400 passports for 87 families.
    • 24/7 Afghan helpdesk in India for Afghan refugees to help them with immediate needs: medical services, daily essentials, unmet needs and housing-related costs.
    • High-level communication with international governments and agencies for permanent relocation of Afghan refugees to rebuild lives in a free and safe environment.
    • Food Bank to serve urgent needs of minority communities left in Kabul and Jalalabad.

    The 500 Year Journey of Afghan Sikhs

    Our work is not done yet. With your support we will work towards the next safer, healthier and freedom-full chapter in the lives of hundreds of refugees from Afghanistan.

  • 11/05/2021

    Update on Afghan Relief Work

    Days after a suicide bomb blast killed at least 19 persons, including 13 prominent Sikh leaders, in Jalalabad of Afghanistan on July 1, 2018 a group of local artists in Kabul paid tribute to the victims by painting a huge mural of one of them, Rawail Singh, with his daughter on the wall of the office of the Kabul Governor. (Express photo)

    Days after a suicide bomb blast killed at least 19 persons, including 13 prominent Sikh leaders, in Jalalabad of Afghanistan on July 1, 2018 a group of local artists in Kabul paid tribute to the victims by painting a huge mural of one of them, Rawail Singh, with his daughter on the wall of the office of the Kabul Governor. (Express photo)

    Afghanistan today is a far cry from the multicultural trade center Guru Nanak Sahib visited five hundred years ago. Over the centuries there have been long periods of peace and harmony. In recent decades pressure on Afghan minorities has increased to convert to Islam or to leave the country. Under the current Taliban rule, life for Afghan minorities is exceedingly difficult, a daily fight to survive. 

    Sikh & Hindu homes, businesses and Gurudwaras have become sites of targeted violence in the last few years. Extorted for a so-called religious tax imposed on non-muslims, Sikhs & other minority groups are prohibited from making a stable living. Even when schools were open Sikh children could not go, for fear that their classmates would be forced by adults to cut their sacred hair. 

    Under these dire circumstances most Afghan minorities have been forced to leave Afghanistan. UNITED SIKHS teams have worked in bringing hundreds of Afghan Sikhs to safer refuge in the last few years. Currently we are working tirelessly to evacuate the 230 remaining Sikhs & Hindus from Afghanistan, among them 50 women and 50 children. The situation became very dismal when the Sikh Gurudwara where minorities were taking refuge was invaded by armed fighters claiming to be Taliban in October 2021.

    UNITED SIKHS legal team is currently sponsoring approximately 35 minority families for humanitarian parole into the United States. These include Sikhs, Hindus, Hazara Muslims and Christians. Our legal team is interviewing refugees, preparing affidavits, and filling applications. We are also reaching out to numerous  countries and working with them to help relocate refugees. In addition, we are writing to United States officials and joining other NGOs in lobbying for a process to allow for expedited processing of Afghan Refugee parole applications. 
     

    Based on requests from families in Afghanistan we are opening a food bank to help approximately 55 Sikh, Hindu and other minority families in Kabul and Jalalabad. Services will include food, clothing, medicines and any other requests based on a case by case basis.

    Your support has made it possible for us to advocate for the well-being and safety of minorities in Afghanistan since 2009, building a trusted relationship with the community as evidenced in the words of Giani Keval Singh, “UNITED SIKHS has made us realize that we are not alone anywhere in this world.”

    Dasvandh Network will double your tax deductible donations upto $400 from Nov. 5th through 14th! Take advantage of this generous matching gift to amplify your impact on the lives of Afghan refugees.
  • 08/26/2021

    Update on Urgent Rescue Efforts in Afghanistan

    International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan

    (Note: Situation is changing every hour. The below information is based as of incidents on 08/25 EST)

    Situation in Afghanistan for Afghan minority communities is grave as they try to escape to safety.

    Our teams are working with a team of ex-military contractors and the US State department to help approximately 220 Afghan Sikhs and Hindus find their way safely to the international airport in Kabul from Gurudwara Karte Parwan.

    Earlier today with assistance from teams on the ground an attempt was made in a caravan of 9 minibuses to make their way to the North Gate of the International Airport which is under the control of the American forces. The initial attempt was unsuccessful due to skirmishes between American forces and the Taliban fighters. The caravan retreated to a temporary safe location. A second attempt was made in late evening and early morning hours to reach the North Gate of the International Airport controlled by the American armed forces. 

    The caravan, including dozens of women and children, came under gunfire as it approached the airport. At least one vehicle was hit but thankfully no one was injured. Unfortunately the caravan had to retreat back to Gurudwara Karte Parwan around 2:00am in the morning after 18 grueling hours on the streets of Kabul. 

    Throughout this ordeal our teams have been in near constant communication with members of the escaping Afghan community despite spotty signal and phone jammers around the airport.

    Our team spoke a few moments ago to a member of the community in Gurudwara Karte Parwan as the new day arrives with another attempt to make it to the airport. In his words, “We are praying and hoping to make it safely to the airport with our women and children. The shabad Guru is our protector. We have gone through hell in the streets of Kabul today. Never knew that a distance of approximately 7 kms will feel like eternity.”

    The Taliban leadership has made pronouncements of not allowing Afghan citizens to enter the International airport which adds to the desperate and life threatening situation.

    The local community is also in touch with the Indian government and other humanitarian agencies. Our team remains in constant contact with the community in Gurudwara Karte Parwan in Kabul as another attempt is made before the August 31st deadline for evacuation flights from Afghanistan. 

    We also want to extend our gratitude to the prominent Afghan Sikh leader, in the US, Mr. Paramjit Singh Bedi based in New York for his assistance with the mission to get them to safety. 

    The immediate  objective being to get them inside the international Airport in Kabul to board next available planes to safe confines outside Afghanistan.

    Please pray for those trying to find a safe passage and we hope to send you a follow up message reporting of their safe escape.

    We appreciate your support for our mission in these grave hours and to assist the continued functioning of our Afghan Helpdesk in New Delhi. You can reach our Helpdesk service for displaced minority communities at +91 98107 90373. E: contact@unitedsikhs.org


    Thank you for your continued help for our humanitarian mission in Afghanistan.

  • 08/19/2021

    A message from Gurvinder Singh on Afghan Relief

    Sangat ji, please take a moment to view this video message from sevadaar, Gurvinder Singh (International Humanitarian Aid Director, UNITED SIKHS).

    Taliban officials visited Gurdwara Sahib Karte Parwan in Kabul on 15th Aug 2021 to collect weapons and a vehicle that was provided by the previous Afghan Government to the Sikh community. 'The Taliban also instructed Afghan Sikhs and Hindus not to go out and to remain within the Karte Parvaan Gurdwara premises,' the President of the Karte Parvaan Gurdwara, Gurnam Singh told Mejindarpal Kaur, International Legal Director of UNITED SIKHS and Gurmeet Singh, Trustee of Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar, London, UK.

    At present about 300 Sikhs and Hindus have left their homes and taken refuge at the Karte Parvaan Gurdwara in Kabul.

    Our teams are in touch with families in Kabul on a regular basis that are looking to leave Afghanistan for safer sanctuaries. We are in communication with offices of US President J. Biden, Secretary of State, A. Blinken, Canada’s Minister of Refugees, Immigration & Citizenship, M. E.L. Mendicino, United Kingdom Home Secretary, P. Patel and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, M. Bachelet.

    We have a 24 hour Helpdesk service for displaced Afghanistan minority communities (Hindus and Sikhs). 
    Please contact UNITED SIKHS India +91 98107 90373 
    E: Contact@unitedsikhs.org 

    We will keep you posted on developments from the ground as the situation is rapidly escalating and at times with conflicting reports.

  • 08/17/2021

    An Appeal from Sikhs in Afghanistan

    Approximately 300 Hindus and Sikhs have taken shelter at the Karte Parwan Gurudwara in Kabul.

    The situation is dire and they are urging UNITED SIKHS that they be immediately evacuated to USA or Canada. They were visited by the Taliban at the Gurudwara. View the video appeal here.

    Our emergency response teams are doing their best to assess the situation and provide support to families that need assistance at the shortest of notice, including facilitating their evacuation and settlement in a secure environment.

    We are in touch with families and community leaders from Kabul and Jalalabad. There are approximately 200 people in Gurudwara Karte Parwan in Kabul. The situation is dire and messages we are hearing from Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan are highlighting the perilous circumstances and uncertain future in the coming days.

    Our teams are in touch with families in Kabul that are trying to leave Afghanistan for safer sanctuaries. We are in communication with US President J. Biden, Secretary of State, A. Blinken, Canada’s Minister of Refugees, Immigration & Citizenship. Minister Mendicino, United Kingdom Home Secretary, P. Patel and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, M. Bachelet. 

    We have a 24 hour Helpdesk service for displaced Afghanistan minority communities (Hindus and Sikhs). 

    Please contact UNITED SIKHS India +91 98107 90373 

    E: Contact@unitedsikhs.org 

    We will keep you posted on developments from the ground as the situation is rapidly escalating and at times with conflicting reports.

     Sangat taking shelter at Gurudwara Sahib Karte Parwan, Kabul, Afghanistan

  • 08/15/2021

    Afghan Minorities Relief

    Dear Supporters,

    Given the rapidly developing and changing situation in Afghanistan our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Afghanistan.

    As a humanitarian organization that has been actively engaged in the safety and well-being of ethnic minorities of Afghanistan we are trying our best to maintain our focus on the safety of Sikh & Hindu families in Afghanistan.

    Our emergency response teams are doing their best to assess the situation and provide support to families that might need assistance at the shortest of notice, which includes facilitating their evacuation and settlement in a secure environment.

    URGENT SUPPORT NEEDED

    We have a 24 hour Helpdesk service for displaced Afghanistan minority communities (Hindus and Sikhs).
    Please contact UNITED SIKHS India +91 98107 90373
    Email: Contact@unitedsikhs.org

    Read About Our Ongoing Work With Afghan Refugees in India

    We will keep you posted on developments from the ground as the situation is rapidly escalating and at times with conflicting reports.

    Support this continued humanitarian mission in Afghanistan.

  • 05/20/2021

    Sewa During India's Brutal 2nd Wave of Covid

    As India battles a brutal second wave of Covid-19, we are providing a multitude of crisis response services from Delhi to Karnataka to Punjab including:

    Oxygen Concentrators: Our teams are going door-to-door to help people in need of oxygen that are unable to find reliable care at home or find a hospital bed
    Ventilators: Non-invasive portable ventilators being delivered to hospitals across India
    Covid Care Centers: Hundreds of beds are being set up in North and South India equipped with oxygen supplies, medical staff, medications, free meals and counseling
    Covid Vaccines: In Delhi, a vaccine clinic has been set up in collaboration with a local NGO and government
    Dry Ration Kits: Delivering daily essentials like wheat flour, rice, pulses, sugar and tea supports for a family of 4 for a week
    Ambulance Service: Transporting patients with urgent needs to hospitals and Covid care centers, free of cost
    Free cremation Services: For families unable to afford cremating their loved ones, our dedicated team of volunteers are picking up bodies from homes and hospitals as there is a huge shortage of ambulances and cremation services. We have cremated over 400 residents of India with dignity.


    Your donation helps make all of this possible.

    $1200 (Rs 90k) helps support one ambulance service for a month (2 driver fees, petrol, PPE kits, maintenance costs)

    $875 (Rs 65k) to purchase one oxygen concentrator

    $200 (Rs 15k) helps serve 3 meals a day to 50 patients

    $150 (Rs 12k) helps with daily PPE supplies to 20 volunteers per center

    $30 (Rs 2.2k) helps supply daily water & juice needs for 50 patients

    Please keep your support and donations coming 🙏🏻

     

  • 04/05/2021

    Handmade beds for farmers and more sevas in 2021

    UNITED SIKHS India team has prepared handmade beds for farmers at Delhi's Tikri Border which provide protection from snakes and insects. This was done in response to special requests from farmers facing these challenges due to change in weather conditions. We thank our volunteers for their dedicated sewa in serving needs of farmers.

     

    United States Chapter: Empowering Women in Need

    On March 14th, our Bay Area team partnered with Narika, an organization founded by immigrant women to serve survivors of domestic violence, single mothers, and women in need. Narika hosted their bi-monthly Food and Essentials Drive-By for their clients with women and children in attendance. We donated school supplies, snacks, personal hygiene items, grocery essentials and gift cards. This effort impacted the lives of over 100 women and children in need. We extend our gratitude to Gurdwara Sahib Fremont for their generous donation towards this initiative.

     

    Kenya Chapter: Medical Sewa in Hospitals 

    UNITED SIKHS' Kenya chapter recently provided medicine and medical supplies to Naari Level 4 Sub-County Hospital in Meru. We also donated medical supplies to Cottolengo Mission Hospital’s center for people with disabilities in Chaaria. The center is currently home to 50 boys who are abandoned by their families, each one with a different disability. The Hospital’s Director, Brother Giam Carlos, appealed to UNITED SIKHS to continue  assisting as it was vital in running and operating the center.

    Serving Afghan Refugees 1 year after Kabul attack



    A year after 25 Afghan Sikhs were killed in the Kabul gurudwara attack on March 25th last year, our India team paid tribute to the deceased and honoured the surviving families in New Delhi - Click to read the full article by The Indian Express

  • 01/17/2021

    Farmers Protest: Update on Ongoing Seva

    As thousands of these farmers are in the capital of Delhi to engage in talks with the central government and exercise their fundamental democratic right to peaceful assembly, our teams and volunteers have been on the ground to serve urgent life affirming needs.

    We have over 150 volunteers doing seva at the Singhu, Tikri, Gazipur and Shahjahanpur borders of Delhi.

    The following services have been identified as part of this engagement:

    1) Medical Care: Ambulance Services, Health Monitoring, Injury Care, Mental Health Services and Physiotherapy. We have set up medical camps and ambulance services at 4 border locations. Our teams have arranged for 24/7 emergency service for everyone taking part in this long arduous fight for justice. Daily we have 45-50 doctors volunteering their services at the medical camps.

    2) Water Services: Drinking, Cooking, Washing and Bathing Clean water is a major necessity among the protesting farmers. We are filling this critical need at the request of farmers in India’s capital in support of their demands for justice and economic security. We have provided over 100,000 liters/day of water to date.

    3) Extreme Winter Weather-Wear: Jackets, Sweaters, Thermals, Mufflers, Socks and Raincoats Hundreds of these items have been distributed in harsh winter conditions especially to the elderly who are playing a pivotal role in this movement for economic justice.

    4) Daily Necessities: Portable Toilets, Water Heaters, Washing Machines, Shoes, Slippers, Undergarments, Dustbins, 5) Housing Needs: Tents, Tarpals (tarpaulins), Mattresses, Blankets, Sleeping Bags #farmersprotest #standwithfarmers #farmbills

    This seva and the financial assistance to the families of farmers that have lost loved ones in these peaceful protests, all this work is only possible with your support. Please continue to support these relief efforts with your contributions ji.

  • 01/17/2021

    Farmers: New Feature Documentary Released

    SPECIAL FEATURE: A short documentary feature highlighting the extraordinary conditions in which farmers are protesting for their rights in India. Watch it on YouTube

  • 01/09/2021

    13 farming families provided financial support

    Sangat ji, with your support 13 of these families have already been provided 50,000 rupees in financial aid for the loss of their loved ones in the ongoing farmers sangharsh. Over 60 people have lost their lives in this movement. Your support will help us continue to offer much-needed help to their grieving families. 

  • 12/28/2020

    Farmer Relief: For Families of Departed Souls

    ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ 

    ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਹਿ
    ਅੱਜ ਸਾਡੀ ਟੀਮ ਧਨੋਲਾ ਜਿਲਾ-ਬਰਨਾਲਾ ਕਿਸਾਨੀ ਸ਼ੰਘਰਸ ‘ਚ ਸ਼ਹੀਦ ਜਨਕਰਾਜ ਜੀ ਦੇ ਘਰ ਦੁੱਖ ਸਾਝਾ ਕਰਨ ਲਈ ਆਈ,ਜਨਕਰਾਜ ਜੀ ਜਿਸ ਕਾਰ ਵਿੱਚ ਰਾਤ ਨੂੰ ਸੋ ਰਹੇ ਸੀ ਕਿਸੇ ਸੋਟ-ਸਰਕਟ ਕਾਰਨ ਕਾਰ ਨੂੰ ਅੱਗ ਲੱਗ ਗਈ ਸੀ ਅਤੇ ਜਨਕਰਾਜ ਜੀ ਵਿੱਚ ਵੀ ਸੜ ਗਏ ਸੀ। ਸਾਡੀ ਟੀਮ ਵੱਲੋ ਜਿਥੇ ਦੁੱਖ ਸਾਝਾ ਕਿਤਾ ਨਾਲ ਹੀ 50,000/-ਦੀ ਰਾਸ਼ੀ ਵੀ ਪਰਿਵਾਰ ਨੂੰ ਦਿਤੀ।

    Watch this update on Facebook

     

  • 12/20/2020

    Rs. 1 Crore Allocation to Families

    ਸ੍ਰੀ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫ਼ਤਹਿ
    ਯੂਨਾਈਟਿਡ ਸਿੱਖਸ ਵਲੋਂ ਚੱਲ ਰਹੇ ਕਿਸਾਨੀ ਸੰਘਰਸ਼ ਦੇ ਸ਼ਹੀਦਾਂ ਲਈ ਇੱਕ ਕਰੋੜ ਦੀ ਰਾਸ਼ੀ ਦਾ ਐਲਾਨ ||
    UNITED SIKHS Announces An Allocation Of 1 Crore For The Families Of Those Who Have Lost Thier Lives Amidst The Ongoing Farmers Agitation

  • 12/10/2020

    From the Frontlines of Farmer Protests

    Message from one of our compassionate and kind hearted volunteers on the ground in Delhi offering medical care to farmers from across India. Watch this update on Facebook.

  • 12/01/2020

    Assisting Ailing Farmers Through the Night

    Watch this video update on Facebook

    ਯੂਨਾਈਟਿਡ ਸਿੱਖਸ ਦੀ ਟੀਮ ਅੱਜ ਰਾਤ ਬਹਾਦਰਗੜ ਰੋਡ ਟੀਕਰੀ ਬਾਰਡਰ ਤੇ ਕਿਸਾਨਾਂ ਦੀ ਮਦਦ ਕਰਦੀ ਹੋਈ ਇਸ ਬਜ਼ੁਰਗ ਦੇ ਪੈਰ ਤੇ ਕੱਟ ਲੱਗ ਗਿਆ ਸੀ ਤੇ ਜ਼ਖਮ ਖਰਾਬ ਹੋ ਰਿਹਾ ਸੀ। ਵਲੰਟੀਅਰਾਂ ਨੇ ਬਾਪੂ ਜੀ ਦੇ ਜ਼ਖਮ ਨੂੰ ਸਾਫ ਕੀਤਾ ਦਵਾਈ ਲੈ ਕੇ ਪੱਟੀ ਕੀਤੀ ਅਤੇ ਦਰਦ ਤੋਂ ਗੋਲੀਆਂ ਵੀ ਦਿੱਤੀਆਂ। ਜਦੋਂ ਵਲੰਟੀਅਰ ਚੱਲਣ ਲਗੇ ਤਾਂ ਬਾਪੂ ਜੀ ਕਾਫ਼ੀ ਰਾਹਤ ਮਹਿਸੂਸ ਕਰ ਰਹੇ ਸਨ। ਯੂਨਾਈਟਿਡ ਸਿੱਖਸ ਦੇ ਸੇਵਾਦਾਰ ਕਿਸਾਨਾਂ ਦੇ ਇਸ ਮੋਰਚੇ ਵਿਚ ਪਹਿਲੇ ਦਿਨ ਤੋਂ ਨਾਲ ਖੜੇ ਹਨ। ਆਓ ਆਪਾਂ ਵੀ ਆਪਣਾ ਬਣਦਾ ਸਰਦਾ ਸਹਿਯੋਗ ਪਾਈਏ। 

  • 11/28/2020

    Here's how you're helping the farmers

    Here's how you're helping the farmers in their fight for survival...

    Watch this video update on Facebook

    Watch this video update on YouTube

    ਯੂਨਾਈਟਿਡ ਸਿੱਖਸ ਕਿਸਾਨਾਂ ਦੇ ਸੰਘਰਸ਼ ਵਿੱਚ ਸ਼ਾਮਿਲ
    24ਘੰਟੇ ਐਮਰਜੈਂਸੀ ਵੈਨ ਸੇਵਾ ਰਾਹੀਂ ਯੂਨਾਈਟਿਡ ਸਿੱਖਸ ਦਿੱਲੀ ਗਏ ਕਿਸਾਨਾਂ ਦੀ ਸੇਵਾ ਕਰ ਰਹੀ ਹੈ।ਸਾਨੂੰ ਆਪਣਾ ਸਹਿਯੋਗ ਦੇਂਦੇ ਰਹੋ।

    We are offering Langar (meals, water), Medical Services (Urgent care, ambulatory support, medications) and PPE needs (Masks, sanitizers) needed during this challenging time. Volunteer teams of professionals and doctors are available from Punjab and Delhi throughout this march. Our legal teams are also ready to serve with any anticipated needs in the coming days.

  • 11/27/2020

    1st Batch of Farmers Reach Delhi

    ਕਿਸਾਨ ਭਰਾ ਦਿੱਲੀ ਪਹੁੰਚ ਗਏ ਨੇ ।। ਯੂਨਾਈਟਿਡ ਸਿੱਖਸ ਦੀ ਦਿੱਲੀ ਟੀਮ ਵਲੋਂ ਜੀ ਆਇਆਂ ਤੇ ਸੁਆਗਤ ਕੀਤਾ ਜਾ ਰਿਹਾ ਹੈ ।।

    UNITED SIKHS team is on the ground at Burari, Delhi to greet the first batch of farmers who have arrived.

    Watch this Facebook live video and stay tuned to our FB page.

  • 11/27/2020

    Farmers Protest: An accident en route to Delhi

    Jaspreet Singh and Gurpreet Singh from Sunam (Punjab), on their way to Delhi towards protest against the new agri-reform laws, met with an accident.
    UNITED SIKHS' emergency response team immediately took them to the nearest Government in Narwana, District Jind. They were given emergency treatment and are out of danger and are still in the hospital getting their treatment.
    ਜਸਪ੍ਰੀਤ ਸਿੰਘ ਅਤੇ ਗੁਰਪ੍ਰੀਤ ਸਿੰਘ ਜਿਹੜੇ ਕਿ ਸੁਨਾਮ ਦੇ ਰਹਿਣ ਵਾਲੇ ਹਨ ਕਿਸਾਨ ਮੁੱਦੇ ਤੇ ਦਿੱਲੀ ਜਾ ਰਹੇ ਸੀ ਜਿਨ੍ਹਾਂ ਦਾ ਦਿੱਲੀ ਜਾਂਦੇ ਹੋਏ ਐਕਸੀਡੈਂਟ ਹੋ ਗਿਆ ।ਯੂਨਾਈਟਿਡ ਸਿੱਖਸ ਦੀ ਟੀਮ ਵੱਲੋਂ ਉਨ੍ਹਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਸਮੇਂ ਸਿਰ ਹਸਪਤਾਲ ਪਹੁੰਚਾਇਆ ਗਿਆ ਤੇ ਉਹ ਹੁਣ ਖਤਰੇ ਤੋਂ ਬਾਹਰ ਹਨ।
    Support the Farmers:
    https://www.dvnetwork.org/fundraisers/save-our-farmers

    View this update and other real-time updates related to this mission on Facebook

  • 11/25/2020

    The struggle continues for farmers in Punjab

    Watch this video on Facebook

    The struggle for farmers in Punjab and India continues. Multiple teams of UNITED SIKHS are actively engaged in Punjab to ensure that the farmers are supported in the fight for their survival.
    We need your support: https://www.dvnetwork.org/fundraisers/save-our-farmers
    ਕਿਸਾਨਾਂ ਲਈ ਜਿਹੜਾ ਸਰਕਾਰ ਵੱਲੋਂ ਬਿੱਲ ਪਾਸ ਕੀਤਾ ਗਿਆ ਉਹ ਕਿਸਾਨਾਂ ਲਈ ਕਿੰਨ੍ਹਾ ਘਾਤਕ ਸਿੱਧ ਹੋ ਸਕਦਾ ਹੈ ਇਸ ਦਾ ਵੇਰਵਾ ਯੂਨਾਈਟਿਡ ਸਿੱਖਸ ਦੇ CEO ਜਗਦੀਪ ਸਿੰਘ ਦੀ ਵੀਡੀਓ ਇਸ ਲਿੰਕ ਤੇ ਵੇਖੋ ਜੀ

     

     

  • 11/22/2020

    The Singh Who Quit His Job For Seva

    Amarpreet Singh, Bay Area Coordinator, UNITED SIKHS volunteer

    Amarpreet Singh quit his job as the vice president of a small startup company in September 2019 so he could focus all of his efforts on volunteer work indefinitely.

    The Bay Area resident is the Northern California Area Coordinator for UNITED SIKHS. Listen to his story in his own words through the link below:

    The story of a Sikh volunteer who quit his job for seva

    Read a news report about his seva: https://www.sanjoseinside.com/news/united-sikhs-help-fire-evacuees/

     

  • 11/02/2020

    Project Report 2018-2020

    COVID-19 PANDEMIC GLOBAL RELIEF EFFORTS

    The unprecedented global tragedy of Covid-19 has led to the most expansive relief efforts since the founding of UNITED SIKHS in 1997. It started with a request from the New York Office of Emergency Management in March to deliver over 30,000 meals in New York City as the pandemic cast its dark shadow on this global city. We set up an emergency hotline in North America to serve the needs of the most vulnerable from frontline workers, homeless, elderly, poor and at-risk individuals. 


    We expanded our efforts globally to serve communities from the US to Europe, Australia, Asia and India. Hundreds of volunteers from all walks of life have stepped forward to serve. Generous donors have provided funds and grocery supplies to make our work possible. We are committed to offer basic life affirming needs of countless impacted around the globe by this pandemic. The infographic below represents the scope of these humanitarian efforts.

     

    Covid-19 Relief Metrics

     

    US CENSUS 2020 - GETTING EVERY SIKH COUNTED


    2020 is a landmark year for Sikhs and the Census. After extensive research, demand and lobbying over the past decade by our legal teams; the Census Bureau has made considerable updates to the race and ethnicity code list. For the first time in United States history the US Census included “Sikh” as a population group within the Asian racial category. With this opportunity to be heard, Sikhs living in the United States now have an opportunity to advocate for their own communities by simply being counted.

     

    SAVE AFGHAN MINORITIES CAMPAIGN

    The safety and security of the Afghan Sikhs and Hindu families are paramount amidst terrorist attacks. The Department of State and the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom have documented systemic discrimination against Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan. UNITED SIKHS has been advocating for and serving Afghan minorities for many years. 


    UNITED SIKHS has been providing the following critical services:

    Relocation of families to safe areas.
    Families of those lost and injured have been provided assistance. 
    Avenues for Immigration documentation to allow for resettlement being pursued and the necessary resources to obtain such documentation have been put in place. 
    Permanent migration to India and Canada. Housing and job assistance.

     

    PROJECT RAAHAT: PUNJAB FLOOD RELIEF 

    In August 2019, following heavy rains and the release of 

    excess water from the Bhakra Dam, the Sutlej River and its 

    tributaries had inundated villages in several areas of Punjab 

    (Northwest India), causing extensive damage to crops, 

    especially paddy, and homes in low-lying areas. The floods 

    said to be the worst since 1988 led to cumulative loss estimated at Rs 1,219.23 crore (12 Billion USD) by government officials.

    UNITED SIKHS offered the following relief services in the next few weeks:

    Dry ration kits for residents
    Cattle feed for farmers
    Home repair, household necessities and provisions 
    Medical camps and Medicine supplies  
    Road repair and flood control

     

    KERALA FLOOD RELIEF: EMERGENCY RESPONSE


    Following the worst flood Kerala has experienced in the last century, UNITED SIKHS crossed          through floodwaters and harsh landscape conditions to provide medicine and health check-ups to more than 100 residents on Wayanad tribal land. To ensure adequate nutrition post-disaster, the organization serves hot meals to local residents daily and continues to donate dry food supplies and other household items. We also set up a medical camp on water to reach remote villages. 

     

    HURRICANE MARIA: AID IN PUERTO RICO 


    Immediately following Hurricane Maria, the UNITED SIKHS Disaster team mobilized in the most remote areas of Puerto Rico. Coordinating efforts with FEMA, Red Cross, and the Coalition of Hope, our team cooked and delivered thousands of hot meals and delivered aid supplies to the elderly and children. 

    UNITED SIKHS worked with the leading organizations from the San Juan headquarters and reached the rural communities in the Puerto Rican countryside.


    UNITED SIKHS offered following relief supplies:

    Over 150,000 Meals served
    10,000+ Medical Supplies delivered
    Rebuilding of 250 plus homes

     

    FEED THE HUNGRY: GURU NANAK’S FREE KITCHEN & FOOD DRIVE


    Through Guru Nanak's Kitchen and Food Drive For All, a year-round program we launched to end hunger in the communities in which we live, our volunteers in Malaysia, Australia and the United Kingdom, and United States are constantly hard at work, serving thousands in need every month. This program has received honors from dignitaries around the world for exemplary community service.

    INDONESIA EARTHQUAKE RELIEF: SERVING FAMILIES 

    Donggala region in Indonesia was struck by a series of devastating earthquakes, a tsunami and volcanic eruption in 2018. We started serving daily lunch and dinner meals to hundreds of families impacted by the disasters. To help children maintain their education, we donated school supplies, books and stationary. Local families, who are predominantly Muslim, were singing, praying and cooking langar with our volunteers and learning about the values of Sikhi for the first time.

     

    PROJECT DAAL ROTI: SUICIDE PREVENTION & STIPEND PROVISIONS

    To help provide support to those at a higher risk of suicide in India, UNITED SIKHS launched the Daal Roti and Farmer Widows Pension programs in 2018, which provide basic household needs, food rations, monthly stipends and mental health counseling. More than a third of the female suicides around the world are committed by Indian women. It is the leading cause of death among young Indian women (15 - 29 years of age). These statistics, coupled with the more than 300,000 farmers and farm worker suicides since 1995, point to an alarming public health crisis across the country. UNITED SIKHS started providing basic food basic (Daal Roti) on a daily basis to impacted families. To further help curb farmer suicide statistics, the organization started providing mental health counseling and monthly rations. 

    SHILLONG LEGAL & HUMANITARIAN AID: SIKH COMMUNITY UNDER ATTACK 

    To defend freedom of religion, our legal team continues to advocate for the land rights on behalf of the Sikh community in Punjabi Lane, who are being forced from the place they have called home for centuries. Faced with mob violence, illegal imprisonment of minorities, protests and attacks against Sikh homes and businesses, our advocates have successfully argued for the release of three young Sikh men who were unlawfully detained by local police during disturbances in summer of 2018. We provided the meals and shelter to 350 affected families along with legal aid for 3 Sikh youths unlawfully detained due to false reports of violence.

     

    ROHINGYA REFUGEE CRISIS: CONTINUING MAN-MADE DISASTER
    In collaboration with the United Nations Shelter Cluster, UNITED SIKHS is committed to provide necessary support to the 10,000 refugees who have found safe haven in Naikhogchari, Bangladesh, near the border of Myanmar. The stateless Rohingya minority in Myanmar have been described by the United Nations as “the most persecuted people in the world.” The vast majority of Rohingya refugees reaching Bangladesh during this latest crisis are women and children, including newborn babies. Many others are elderly people requiring additional aid and protection. Our teams were able to provide the following relief services:

    :

    Meals Served: 1.05 Million 
    Medical Camps: 36,000+ Patients Treated  
    Medical Aid Provided: 2,000+ patients 
    Health Counselor Program Outreach: 50,000 Refugees 
    More than 50 Workshops conducted

     

    TEXAS DEPUTY SANDEEP SINGH DHALIWAL H.E.R.O. FUND

    The HERO Fund was established by UNITED SIKHS in honor of Deputy Sheriff Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal, in keeping in line with his vision to help first-responders who are affected in the line of duty and in urgent need of emergency funds. A devoted husband and proud father to three young children, Deputy Dhaliwal was a 10-year veteran of Harris County Sheriff’s Office who served as Director of Homeland Security for UNITED SIKHS. He was fatally shot while conducting a traffic stop on Sept. 27, 2019. He proudly served Harris County, Texas, his country and the world as a public servant and humanitarian. In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Maria, he led teams of UNITED SIKHS volunteers to provide disaster relief to those in need across Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico.

    Any first-responder (Police Officer, Sheriff, Paramedic/EMT, and Firefighter) who is in need of emergency assistance may apply for the HERO Fund. First-responders are among the first personnel to arrive in response to an emergency situation, such as a disaster or accident. Funds can be used for medical expenses, house repair after a natural disaster (i.e. hurricane, tornado, earthquake, fire, etc.) or to help cover funeral costs for a family of a first-responder who was killed in the line of duty. As the first recipients of the newly-formed HERO Fund, Deputy Dhaliwal’s family received $1 million from UNITED SIKHS after people around the world contributed to this cause. 

     

    TESTIMONIALS 
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    “We are grateful.  Such acts of care, kindness and generosity make this fight against COVID-19 easier to manage.  United Sikhs Organization maybe feeding the bodies of these heroes and more importantly they are fueling their souls and morale. We are grateful.” 

        - Kirk Tamaddon, Chief of Staff, Kaiser Permanentte, West Los Angeles


    “I want to thank the United Sikhs for allowing communities to transcend culture. We are one in the human race. The meals were prepared with love, kindness and compassion.” 

        - K. Monique Ullah, CEO/Founder of Girls Set the Ground Rules, Richmond Hill, NY


    “One of our staff members overheard a child exclaim with glee ‘Yay, hot lunch!’ Your generosity is felt throughout the shelter, even among the children.” 

        - Stephanie Salgado, Community Resource Manager, Family Supportive Housing, San Jose, CA


    “We stand by our four pillars of service, dedication, diversity, innovation and integrity. All of which UNITED SIKHS encompassed in their service to our families.” 

         - Flore Peralte-Moise, Recreation Coordinator, CAMBA/ The Landing Family Center, East Elmhurst, NY


    “We are so very grateful for all your efforts in supporting not only the healthcare workers, but also the whole community through all your generous donations of meals and food pantries.” 

         - The clinicians and staff of Priority One Home Health and Hospice, Montclair, CA


    “You have made a real difference in the lives of homeless youth we serve.” 

         - Nabijah H. Shabazz, Volunteer Manager, Covenant House, Newark, NJ


    “Generous organizations like, UNITED SIKHS are the reason our mission-driven health centers continue to operate in vulnerable communities who are struggling the most right now during this global pandemic.” 

         - Lori N. Holeman, CEO, Community Health Systems, Inc., Moreno valley, CA


    “We rely on the generosity of donors like UNITED SIKHS and are grateful for its support for our work.” 

         - Gillian Charleau, Executive Director, People’s Path Inc. - Helping the Homeless through Housing, Staten        Island, NY


    “Thank you for your generous donation of delicious vegetarian meals to the men, women and youth who are struggling to recover from addiction, mental illness, HIV/AIDS, domestic violence and poverty.” 

          - Terenna V. Williams, Executive Director, Glory House Recovery Inc., Hempstead, NY

     

  • 11/12/2018

    HURRICANE RELIEF IN USA

    Hundreds of Sikhs across America have joined us to host donation drives to support ground relief efforts assisting thousands of residents of all faiths throughout the coastal regions of North Carolina and Florida hit by the worst storm and flooding in a generation. Sangats across Chicago, Washington, Maryland, New York, New Jersey and North Carolina raised more than $5,000 in cash donations and food supply. Immediately following the storms, we partnered with local Baptist churches, schools food banks and other faith-based organizations, including SikhLEAD, The Khalsa School, YMCA and American Red Cross, to provide essential resources, such as bottled water, warm meals, baby formula, clothing, blankets, diapers, flashlights and canned food supply. Through this effort, more than 1,000 families have received aid in areas most affected by food supply shortages and power outages.

  • 11/12/2018

    INDONESIA LANGAR SUPPORT

    UNITED SIKHS Volunteers Prepare For Daily Langar Food Service

    Langar is saving lives in Donggala, Indonesia. After a series of devastating earthquakes, a tsunami and volcanic erpution this fall, we started feeding 1,000+ families through daily lunch and dinner, as well as food ration supply. Rows of tents now stand where homes and schools were swept away during the disasters. To help children maintain their education, we're also donating school supplies, books and stationary. Local families, who are predominately Muslim, are singing, praying and cooking langar with our volunteers and learning about the values of Sikhi for the first time! 

     

  • 08/31/2018

    Project Update

    Through the Puerto Rico mission, UNITED SIKHS Disaster Relief Ground Team, in coordination with FEMA and local strategic partners, reached the island within days following Hurricane Maria. Through sheer determination, our team members worked to restore damaged water pumps in the Utuado and Lares region serving over 60,000 families. Simultaneously, our teams served fresh, hot-cooked meals reaching over 20,000 Puerto Ricans in the most remote areas and mountainous regions during the months of October and November. Subsequently, UNITED SIKHS also shipped five 40’ containers packed full of humanitarian aid with over 50,000 water bottles, over 50 pallets of relief supplies (batteries, diapers, cleaning supplies, canned foods, etc) and over 100 ‘Sawyer’ water filtration kits.

    Undoubtedly, these are significant results which have been recorded and recognized by FEMA and our strategic partners in and around the region. All of us at UNITED SIKHS are truly humbled that our volunteers empower themselves to work hard as they selflessly carry the Guru's message wherever they go and shine a light into the darkest corners of the earth.

       

Name Donation Date
Akashdeep Singh $4,000.00 November 2021
Anonymous $200.00 November 2021
Japinder Chawla $200.00 November 2021
Anonymous $20.00 November 2021
J. S. $13.13 November 2021
Vikram Singh $100.00 November 2021
Gurinder Singh $50.00 November 2021
Anonymous $301.00 November 2021
Jasneet Kaur $500.00 November 2021
Anonymous $1,001.00 November 2021
Daljeet Dhillon $50.00 November 2021
Jaswinder Pal $100.00 November 2021
HARMEET Kaur $400.00 November 2021
Harpreet Singh Binning $400.00 November 2021
Match Fund $100.00 November 2021
Sumitpal Singh $100.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
Angad Pal Singh $400.00 November 2021
Match Fund $100.00 November 2021
Anonymous $100.00 November 2021
Match Fund $100.00 November 2021
Rajesh Chugani $100.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
Ravinder Batra $1,000.00 November 2021
Match Fund $100.00 November 2021
BALJIT Cheema $100.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
Karandeep Anand $400.00 November 2021
Match Fund $100.00 November 2021
M. S. $100.00 November 2021
Match Fund $100.00 November 2021
Navreet Kaur $100.00 November 2021
J. K. $100.00 November 2021
Match Fund $250.00 November 2021
Ishdeep Singh $250.00 November 2021
Anonymous $250.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
Gurmeet Singh $500.00 November 2021
Match Fund $111.00 November 2021
AJay bobby Puri $111.00 November 2021
Match Fund $200.00 November 2021
Anonymous $200.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
Anonymous $851.00 November 2021
Match Fund $55.00 November 2021
Harry Sandhanwalia $55.00 November 2021
bestica inc $250.00 November 2021
bestica inc $250.00 November 2021
Paramdeep Singh $400.00 November 2021
Paramdeep Singh $400.00 November 2021
Match Fund $100.00 November 2021
HARJIT SINGH $100.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
Harshwinder Singh $400.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
Gurpreet Pental $400.00 November 2021
Sharanpreet Singh $400.00 November 2021
A. S. $25.00 October 2021
S. T. $150.00 October 2021
S. T. $101.00 October 2021
N. S. $100.00 October 2021
S. T. $101.00 September 2021
S. T. $150.00 September 2021
N. S. $100.00 September 2021
A. S. $25.00 September 2021
Anonymous $1,000.00 September 2021
Client Dev $10.00 September 2021
Anonymous $10.00 August 2021
S. T. $101.00 August 2021
S. T. $150.00 August 2021
N. S. $100.00 August 2021
A. S. $25.00 August 2021
Gurinder Singh $150.00 August 2021
Anonymous $230.00 August 2021
Anonymous $10,000.00 August 2021
Anonymous $1,000.00 August 2021
Anonymous $50.00 August 2021
N. S. $100.00 July 2021
A. S. $25.00 July 2021
S. T. $101.00 July 2021
S. T. $150.00 July 2021
Anonymous $150.00 July 2021
Administrator Dasvandh Network $1,000.00 June 2021
S. T. $150.00 June 2021
S. T. $101.00 June 2021
N. S. $100.00 June 2021
A. S. $25.00 June 2021
Syed Ali $10.00 June 2021
Anonymous $500.00 June 2021
A. S. $25.00 May 2021
N. S. $100.00 May 2021
S. T. $101.00 May 2021
S. T. $150.00 May 2021
Inderpal Singh Gumer $150.00 May 2021
Mandhir Dulai $101.00 May 2021
S. T. $200.00 May 2021
S. T. $200.00 May 2021
jay sha $10.00 May 2021
Anonymous $322.29 May 2021
Anonymous $50.00 May 2021
A. S. $25.00 April 2021
N. S. $100.00 April 2021
ravi inder jeet singh $100.00 April 2021
Vikram Singh $90.00 April 2021
Sikh Students of Atlanta SSA $744.13 April 2021
Dilpreet Kaur $10.00 April 2021
Anonymous $50.00 April 2021
S. T. $200.00 April 2021
S. T. $200.00 April 2021
David Ahn $250.00 April 2021
Anonymous $255.71 March 2021
Lakshmi Karna $1,000.00 March 2021
N. S. $100.00 March 2021
A. S. $25.00 March 2021
Amrita Kaur $25.00 March 2021
S. D. $150.00 March 2021
S. T. $200.00 March 2021
S. T. $200.00 March 2021
gurpreet singh $50.00 March 2021
S. P. $50.00 March 2021
R. G. $200.00 March 2021
N. S. $100.00 March 2021
A. S. $25.00 March 2021
Sandeep Bhaurla $500.00 February 2021
Achint Kaur $500.00 February 2021
Bhangra in the Burgh 14 $72.00 February 2021
℅ Garg $50.00 February 2021
S. B. $30.00 February 2021
David Elliott $20.00 February 2021
David McCulloch $100.00 February 2021
Anonymous $50.00 February 2021
Meghana K $15.00 February 2021
K. S. $25.00 February 2021
Teofila Hollander $50.00 February 2021
Uma Kommineni $550.00 February 2021
L. M. $20.00 February 2021
A. M. $20.00 February 2021
Jordan Falk $50.00 February 2021
Bhangra in the Burgh $572.00 February 2021
Harpreet Singh $50.00 February 2021
S. T. $200.00 February 2021
S. T. $200.00 February 2021
Anonymous $50.00 February 2021
Esmee Maas $10.00 February 2021
S. B. $20.00 February 2021
J. B. $215.00 February 2021
Tanya Shrivastava $20.00 February 2021
Gurinder Singh $200.00 February 2021
Michael Candelori $50.00 February 2021
N. S. $100.00 January 2021
A. S. $25.00 January 2021
Gurinder Bariana $50.00 January 2021
S. D. $150.00 January 2021
Gurinder Singh $100.00 January 2021
Arshdeep Kaur $65.00 January 2021
S. T. $200.00 January 2021
S. T. $200.00 January 2021
Amanjit Brar $50.00 January 2021
Anonymous $50.00 January 2021
Anonymous $1,000.00 December 2020
Anonymous $200.00 December 2020
T. C. $50.00 December 2020
D. G. $1,000.00 December 2020
S. S. $30.00 December 2020
Anonymous $1,200.00 December 2020
Karam Singh $250.00 December 2020
Anonymous $50.00 December 2020
Gurinder Singh $100.00 December 2020
N. S. $100.00 December 2020
Gagandeep Grewal $250.00 December 2020
Jasbir Chowdhary $500.00 December 2020
A. S. $25.00 December 2020
S. S. $745.00 December 2020
Anonymous $40.00 December 2020
R. D. $50.00 December 2020
Jaspal Jutla $50.00 December 2020
B. S. $200.00 December 2020
Sarah Cable $50.00 December 2020
Harinder Pal Ghuman $1,000.00 December 2020
Jasjeet Thind $500.00 December 2020
Sukhraj Singh $50.00 December 2020
Anonymous $13.00 December 2020
Harinderpal Singh $500.00 December 2020
Khushdip Brar $100.00 December 2020
S. T. $200.00 December 2020
Geoffrey Loss $100.00 December 2020
Simar Walia $100.00 December 2020
Anonymous $100.00 December 2020
Gursant Dhothar $100.00 December 2020
Hardilip Singh $1,000.00 December 2020
Anonymous $100.00 December 2020
Anonymous $500.00 December 2020
S. D. $25.00 December 2020
Anonymous $15.00 December 2020
Sundeep Batt $120.00 December 2020
Harry Sohal $756.33 December 2020
J. K. $50.00 December 2020
Gautam Singh $525.00 December 2020
Gurdip Thind $50.00 December 2020
Suri Champ $75.00 December 2020
Lucy Paxton $25.00 December 2020
Navraj Manku $50.00 December 2020
Anonymous $500.00 December 2020
Jaswinder Singh $500.00 December 2020
navdeep kaur $20.00 December 2020
Anonymous $50.00 December 2020
Anonymous $100.00 December 2020
Anonymous $250.00 December 2020
Alexandra Burton $10.00 December 2020
Nimra Aimal $50.00 December 2020
Anonymous $100.00 December 2020
Narbir Sarang $200.00 December 2020
Rajin Sihota $25.00 December 2020
Anonymous $200.00 December 2020
Anonymous $200.00 December 2020
Anonymous $100.00 December 2020
Anonymous $100.00 December 2020
Anonymous $25.00 December 2020
Virenderpal Singh $500.00 December 2020
Anonymous $95.00 December 2020
Anonymous $50.00 December 2020
Nardeep Singh $30.00 December 2020
Manjinder Singh $230.27 December 2020
Anonymous $100.00 December 2020
Anonymous $100.00 December 2020
Anonymous $25.00 December 2020
U. M. $20.00 December 2020
Gurinder Singh $90.00 December 2020
Anonymous $250.00 December 2020
Pritam Wadhwa $10.00 December 2020
Anonymous $3,500.00 December 2020
Harpreet Singh $251.00 December 2020
Jatinder Kaur $25.00 December 2020
Balbir Gujral $100.00 December 2020
Manpreet Mangat $200.00 December 2020
Jaspal Jutla Sehra $50.00 December 2020
N. K. $200.00 December 2020
Tej Lally $100.00 November 2020
Anonymous $500.00 November 2020
M. A. $500.00 November 2020
Kuldeep Singh $100.00 November 2020
P. K. $250.00 November 2020
M. S. $60.00 November 2020
Khushminder Banga $10.00 November 2020
A. S. $25.00 November 2020
Gurdial Kaur $28.00 November 2020
Anonymous $100.00 November 2020
Anonymous $20.00 November 2020
Anonymous $100.00 November 2020
Jaswinder Singh $50.00 November 2020
J. Z. $10.00 November 2020
Tejinder K Mann $100.00 November 2020
Anonymous $35.00 November 2020
Anonymous $15.00 November 2020
Jasleen Singh $100.00 November 2020
Anonymous $20.00 November 2020
Gurmit Kaur Sahota $250.00 November 2020
Harnoor Minhas $100.00 November 2020
Sophina Chatha $20.00 November 2020
Anonymous $55.00 November 2020
Jesse Singh $150.00 November 2020
Akwal Sunner $50.00 November 2020
H Malhi $50.00 November 2020
Gurdip Thind $30.00 November 2020
Anonymous $25.00 November 2020
Parminder Rathore $20.00 November 2020
S. D. $45.00 November 2020
Amanpreet Gill $20.00 November 2020
Sam Fowlkes $15.00 November 2020
Karanbir Singh $10.00 November 2020
Anonymous $100.00 November 2020
jojo sutkowski $10.00 November 2020
Balraj Saran $50.00 November 2020
Harmeet Singh $200.00 November 2020
Anonymous $100.00 November 2020
Gurraj Singh $100.00 November 2020
Komalpreet Kaur $10.00 November 2020
Kiranjit Deol $50.00 November 2020
G. C. $25.00 November 2020
Novejot Choat $50.00 November 2020
Anonymous $15.00 November 2020
Anonymous $50.00 November 2020
Balraj Basra $30.00 November 2020
Mehar Kaur $100.00 November 2020
Deep Kaur $100.00 November 2020
I. B. $10.00 November 2020
A. S. $10.00 November 2020
Anonymous $50.00 November 2020
Gurlene Nagra $30.00 November 2020
Anonymous $10.00 November 2020
Anonymous $10.00 November 2020
Inderpreet Kaur $20.00 November 2020
Balreet Singh $30.00 November 2020
Jas Kaur $100.00 November 2020
S. B. $20.00 November 2020
Kiran Dillon $100.00 November 2020
Harmandeep Sanghera $100.00 November 2020
Anonymous $50.00 November 2020
J. C. $65.00 November 2020
Anonymous $330.00 November 2020
M. S. $800.00 November 2020
bestica inc $250.00 November 2020
K. K. $100.00 November 2020
K. K. $102.57 November 2020
Rupi Chatha $1,000.00 November 2020
Match Fund $200.00 November 2020
Inderpal Gumer $200.00 November 2020
Match Fund $250.00 November 2020
Manpreet Singh $250.00 November 2020
Match Fund $100.00 November 2020
Vikram Singh $100.00 November 2020
S. D. $150.00 November 2020
Match Fund $50.00 November 2020
Chitratan Singh Sethi $50.00 November 2020
A. S. $25.00 October 2020
A. S. $25.00 September 2020
S. D. $150.00 September 2020
A. S. $25.00 August 2020
Administrator Dasvandh Network $1,000.00 August 2020
A. S. $25.00 July 2020
S. D. $150.00 July 2020
A. S. $25.00 June 2020
A. S. $25.00 May 2020
S. D. $150.00 May 2020
A. S. $25.00 April 2020
Gurraj Singh $250.00 April 2020
A. S. $25.00 March 2020
S. D. $150.00 March 2020
A. S. $25.00 February 2020
A. S. $25.00 January 2020
S. D. $150.00 January 2020
A. S. $25.00 December 2019
M. S. $10.00 December 2019
A. S. $25.00 November 2019
A. M. $50.00 November 2019
S. D. $150.00 November 2019
Match Fund $60.00 November 2019
Ravinder Bhalla $60.00 November 2019
Match Fund $50.00 November 2019
Chitratan Singh Sethi $50.00 November 2019
Inderpal Singh Gumer $300.00 November 2019
Match Fund $200.00 November 2019
Anonymous $200.00 November 2019
Match Fund $100.00 November 2019
Vikram Singh $100.00 November 2019
Match Fund $250.00 November 2019
Simrat Kaur $500.00 November 2019
M. S. $10.00 November 2019
A. S. $25.00 October 2019
M. S. $10.00 October 2019
A. S. $25.00 September 2019
S. D. $150.00 September 2019
Vikram Singh $250.00 September 2019
M. S. $10.00 September 2019
A. S. $25.00 August 2019
M. S. $10.00 August 2019
A. S. $25.00 July 2019
S. D. $150.00 July 2019
M. S. $10.00 July 2019
A. S. $25.00 June 2019
M. S. $10.00 June 2019
A. S. $25.00 May 2019
S. D. $150.00 May 2019
M. S. $10.00 May 2019
A. S. $25.00 April 2019
M. S. $10.00 April 2019
A. S. $25.00 March 2019
Anonymous $10.00 March 2019
S. D. $150.00 March 2019
A. M. $10.00 March 2019
M. S. $10.00 March 2019
A. S. $25.00 March 2019
D. M. $25.00 February 2019
A. M. $10.00 February 2019
M. S. $10.00 February 2019
A. S. $25.00 January 2019
S. D. $150.00 January 2019
A. M. $10.00 January 2019
Manpreet Singh $10.00 January 2019
Anonymous $200.00 December 2018
A. S. $25.00 December 2018
D. M. $25.00 December 2018
Gagandeep Grewal $100.00 December 2018
A. M. $10.00 December 2018
Anonymous $500.00 December 2018
A. S. $25.00 November 2018
S. D. $150.00 November 2018
Jaspreet Singh $1,000.00 November 2018
Gurmeet Saluja $250.00 November 2018
Anonymous $100.00 November 2018
A. M. $10.00 November 2018
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Match Fund $10.00 November 2018
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A. S. $25.00 October 2018
A. M. $10.00 October 2018
A. S. $25.00 October 2018
A. M. $15.00 September 2018
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A. M. $10.00 September 2018
D. M. $25.00 August 2018
A. S. $25.00 August 2018
A. M. $10.00 August 2018
A. S. $25.00 July 2018
A. M. $15.00 July 2018
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A. S. $25.00 June 2018
G. A. $25.00 June 2018
M. S. $50.00 June 2018
A. M. $10.00 June 2018
A. S. $25.00 May 2018
A. M. $15.00 May 2018
G. A. $25.00 May 2018
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A. M. $10.00 May 2018
A. S. $25.00 April 2018
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A. M. $10.00 April 2018
A. S. $25.00 March 2018
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A. M. $15.00 March 2018
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A. M. $10.00 March 2018
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A. M. $15.00 January 2018
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A. M. $10.00 January 2018
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A. D. $10,000.00 December 2017
G. D. $75.00 November 2017
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H. T. $25.00 November 2017
P. C. $20.00 November 2017
A. D. $60.00 November 2017
A. D. $20.00 November 2017
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D. M. $100.00 November 2017
J. S. $21.00 November 2017
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J. K. $100.00 November 2017
A. M. $15.00 November 2017
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G. A. $25.00 November 2017
S. K. $1,000.00 November 2017
S. D. $150.00 November 2017
D. M. $300.00 November 2017
V. S. $300.00 November 2017
D. M. $1,500.00 November 2017
M. S. $500.00 November 2017
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A. S. $25.00 October 2017
G. A. $25.00 October 2017
C. S. $100.00 October 2017
A. S. $25.00 September 2017
A. M. $10.00 September 2017
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A. S. $25.00 August 2017
A. C. $100.00 August 2017
A. M. $10.00 August 2017
A. S. $25.00 July 2017
A. M. $10.00 July 2017
A. S. $25.00 June 2017
A. M. $10.00 June 2017
A. S. $25.00 May 2017
A. M. $10.00 May 2017
A. S. $25.00 April 2017
A. S. $50.00 April 2017
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A. M. $10.00 April 2017
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A. S. $50.00 March 2017
A. M. $11.00 March 2017
A. S. $25.00 February 2017
A. S. $50.00 February 2017
A. M. $11.00 February 2017
A. S. $25.00 February 2017
A. S. $25.00 January 2017
A. S. $25.00 January 2017
A. M. $11.00 January 2017
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A. S. $25.00 December 2016
A. S. $25.00 December 2016
A. M. $11.00 December 2016
R. S. $500.00 December 2016
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M. S. $10.00 November 2016
H. K. $20.00 November 2016
A. S. $25.00 November 2016
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A. S. $25.00 November 2016
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A. M. $11.00 November 2016
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A. S. $25.00 October 2016
A. S. $25.00 October 2016
A. S. $25.00 September 2016
A. S. $25.00 September 2016
G. S. $100.00 September 2016
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A. S. $25.00 August 2016
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S. D. $25.00 August 2016
A. S. $25.00 July 2016
A. S. $25.00 June 2016
A. S. $25.00 May 2016
R. K. $100.00 April 2016
A. S. $25.00 April 2016
A. S. $25.00 March 2016
A. S. $25.00 February 2016
A. S. $25.00 January 2016
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A. B. $100.00 December 2015
A. S. $70.00 December 2015
A. S. $25.00 December 2015
P. N. $1,000.00 November 2015
S. N. $50.00 November 2015
G. S. $100.00 November 2015
A. S. $25.00 November 2015
M. S. $100.00 November 2015
I. V. $100.00 November 2015
G. G. $501.00 November 2015
S. S. $500.00 November 2015
S. S. $1,000.00 November 2015
D. M. $686.96 November 2015
H. D. $100.00 November 2015
M. S. $25.00 September 2015
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