Dear Supporter Ji,
As 2015 comes to an end, we find ourselves gathering around the hearth with our families, reflecting on a year's worth of memories, and looking forward to a new year. By giving the gift of gratitude this #GivingTuesday, you can make this year even more special.
The Sikh faith places great emphasis on seva (selfless service) and vandh chakko(sharing the wealth), while working towards sarbat da bhalla (the well-being of all). This year, our team worked tirelessly to carry out seva all around the world.
Our organization is spread across three directorates: Under Sikh Aid, the UNITED SIKHS Food Bank was launched on the east coast of the United States to help nourish New York's 1.7 million impoverished residents, and 10,000 tonnes of aid were provided to 5,000 individuals affected by the flooding crisis in Myanmar. Through our International Civil and Human Rights Advocacy, justice was achieved in the battle for civil rights in the case of Iknoor Singh. Finally, our Community Empowerment and Education Directorate raised awareness of and helped combat the pressing issue of hypertension in the Sikh American community, and so much more.
None of this would be possible without your support.
It is our humble request that you continue to support UNITED SIKHS on #GivingTuesday--December 1. This international day of giving allows individuals such as yourself to come together on one day in support of your favorite charity organizations, so that they may continue their programs in the new year. Make your Dasvandh count this Giving Tuesday. Please visit to learn more.

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Gurvinder Singh
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Our Mission
To transform underprivileged and minority communities and individuals into informed and vibrant members of society through civic, educational and personal development programs, by fostering active participation in social and economic activity.
Community Empowerment and Education Division (CEED)
Empowering individuals and groups to attain their full potential and become active participants in society through Education, Training and Community development projects. They take their place in the decision-making processes in their local community as well as in the international arena.
International Civil and Human Rights Advocacy (ICHRA)
Standing up for and helping protect the civil and human rights of minorities and marginalized groups in the Americas, Europe and Asia.
The Sikh Aid team provides non-partisan global humanitarian disaster relief services, which not only provide immediate aid but also rehabilitation help to the needy.
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