Over the last few years, we have managed to help various charities with their essential projects.

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Eveythings13 – Basics-of Sikhi

Everythings13 is an educational charity and believes the world is hungry for Guru’s message and that people are ready to invest time and effort into learning this wisdom. With the advent of YouTube and online learning, our Guru’s message is able to have a big impact with very little expense. However, there is a massive gap in the resources available in these mediums.  Our community has done enough work raising money for building funds and that now we need to invest into fundamentals building. Basics-of Sikhi is just that, a grass roots level project initiated by some very committed and inspirational teachers, with the aim of inspiring and uplifting the next generation of Sikhs.

More details can be found at www.everythings13.org

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Bhagat Puran Singh started a movement which was totally new in conception.  For fourteen long years he carried a disabled child on his shoulders as they had no place to stay. This was a period of his baptism. He achieved godliness through his love for the human beings.  Now the Pingalwara Trust has continued his work and provides for hundreds of sick and disabled individuals.

More details can be found at www.pingalwara.net

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Ekom Charity

Ekom is a small group with a common vision, which is to improve the mind, body and spirit of the underprivileged communities and individuals through various initiatives in developing countries. They aim to do this by carrying out projects which will include medical care for eye related problems, prosthetic limb replacement, raise road safety awareness.


in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital

Great Ormond Street Hospital

Great Ormond Street Hospital provides inspirational and world-class care to hundreds of children every day.

The Hospital for Sick Children first opened it doors at 49 Great Ormond Street on Valentine’s Day 1852 with 10 beds. Dr Charles West was the driving force behind its opening, driven by the shockingly high level of infant mortality in the capital.

For more information on the work that they do and how they use your donations, visit the Great Ormond Street website.

GOSH logo © 2007 Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Registered Charity no. 235825

Sikh Organisation for Prisoner Welfare

The SOPW is a Registered Charity (UK), run by volunteers, working to achieve justice for the thousands of Sikhs, who have been illegally imprisoned and tortured in India.

Founded in 2008 by Bhai Balbir Singh who was himself arrested in 1999 by Delhi police claiming to have found a consignment of RDX explosives. Due to International support for the UK national, the case was taken to the Supreme Court where the judge threw out the charges, calling them a 'balloon of falsehoods' after it emerged the RDX in question had come from a police warehouse. Whilst in Tihar jail Balbir Singh met Prof Davinder Pal Singh Bhullar, who implored him to carry the plight of the Sikh Prisoners to the Sikh Diaspora.

Read more about their work and their projects on the SOPW website.

Khalsa Aid

Khalsa Aid

Khalsa Aid (KA)is primarily a humanitarian relief agency, based on the teachings of the Sikh Gurus who preached well being of all humanity. Since the launch of KA in 1999 we have provided aid in many different disasters, this has only been possible due to the generosity of the Sikh community worldwide but mostly funded by the UK based Sikhs. The idea behind KA has been to provide cross border humanitarian relief and also to raise awareness of global relief and development work.

For more information on their projects and work, visit the Khalsa Aid website.

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is an international Christian church worshipping and working in 124 countries and has more than 800 local churches in the UK and Ireland.

Read more about The salvation Army and their mission.

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