Community Update


UNITED SIKHS' AID- provides non-partisan global humanitarian disaster relief services, which not only provide immediate aid but also rehabilitation help to the needy.



$ 1 is what's needed to provide medical care at UNITED SIKHS' Mother Child Clinic in Punjab.

This clinic was started near Goraya, Punjab, on the day of Vaisakhi in 2012. Since then, free medication and treatment has been provided to over 5000 patients from 5 nearby villages. UNITED SIKHS' 2013 goal is to touch 100 lives every day by promoting wellness as well as providing basic urgent care to underserved poor communities to the surrounding 10 villages. Prior to the opening, the nearest paid clinic was at 6 KM distance.

Will you join us in bringing healthcare to at least 100 mothers and their children in Punjab every day next year?

Types of services include maternity checkup, asthma, vaccinations, lab tests and other routine pediatric and gynecology services. The clinic also promotes wellness in the community by educating the farmers on correct use of pesticides and related cancer issues.

The clinic also imparts computer education to interested local children. Your $1 will provide free medicines to 1 mother or child in Punjab.

Guru Nanak Food Pantry

The Guru Nanak Food Pantry is a collaboration of United Sikhs and the Orange County Second Harvest Food Bank. The Pantry derived its purpose to serve the greater Orange County area from a cornerstone tradition in the Sikh faith known as langar, which literally means kitchen and spiritually can be defined as sacred food service or divine dining.

Location: 14511 Franklin Ave, suite 160 Tustin, CA 92780.

Open every Saturday 8:30- 11:30 am.

Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

Hurricane Sandy's economic toll exceeded $ 60 billion in damages after the biggest Atlantic storm slammed into the Eastern U.S., damaging homes and offices and flooding subways in America's most populated cities of New Jersey, New York, to name a couple.

UNITED SIKHS First Response Team worked directly with shelters to assess needs and Gurdwaras to facilitate the preparation of the hot meals.

No. of Shelters Meals Served Water Distribution Blankets Baby Diapers Towels Emergency Supplies
32 27500 12000 2010 3500 1000 800

As we progress into 2013 with an undeterred vision to continue to provide selfless sewa, we request you to support these projects with us.

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Issued By-
Gurvinder Singh
Phone-1-888-243-1690, 1-646-315-3909
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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.

UNITED SIKHS is also an avenue for networking between like-minded organisations to establish and nurture meaningful projects and dialogues - whether social, cultural or political- to promote harmony, understanding and reciprocity in our villages, towns and cities.

UNITED SIKHS is a coalition of organisations and individuals, who share a common vision based on the belief that there is no greater endeavour than to serve, empower and uplift fellow beings. The core of our philosophy is an unwavering commitment to civic service and social progress on behalf of the common good.

Accordingly, UNITED SIKHS has sought to fulfil its mission not only by informing, educating and uplifting fellow beings but also by participating in cross-cultural and political exchanges to ensure that the promises and benefits of democracy are realized by all.

We at UNITED SIKHS believe that the development of enlightened and progressive societies can be made possible by socially conscious groups of people who make a commitment to develop and direct human potential. Our work, efforts and achievements stand as a testament to our faith in this vision.