Category: Sikhs Feed People

Raj Khalsa Gurdwara Participates in March Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King

Raj Khalsa Gurdwara and the Guru Angad Institute of Sikh Studies teamed up to participate in  28th annual Dr. Martin Luther King march and celebration held in Leesburg, VA on January 20. The sangat was blessed to represent Sikhs in this community event honoring one of the greatest spiritual leaders and champions of civil rights in U.S.
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Aquarian Sevadar: Abhaidev Kaur – Amar Das Foundation (Chile)

Amar Das Foundation provides homemade and blessed vegetarian meals to the homeless in downtown Santiago, Chile. We have already served over 10,000 meals. I think that when the heart calls, you have to simply answer and bow your head to the Guru without controlling anything, and without thinking of how you are going to do
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Langar Chile Provides Food Following the 2010 Earthquake

Langar Chile is a non-governmental organization founded in 2003 by Kundalini Yoga instructors Sinmrit Singh and Guru Darshan Singh, and they have been working since 2004 without interruption. This inspiring team serves hot vegetarian food to those who live in a street situation, and to anyone else who needs it, on Thursday nights in different
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Supporting the Global Climate Strike – 9/20/2019

The SDI Staff attended local events to support the Global Climate Strike message. Kirtan Singh participated in Los Angeles, by serving langar.  The Khalsa Care Foundation, a Gurdwara in No. Los Angeles County prepared a vegan langar of rice and rajma dahl for 1,500. About ten persons were involved in making the langar. We
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Help Us Save Children in Venezuela

This Humanitarian Crisis is Worse than You Think!   What is Happening The Venezuelan economic crisis has turned into a full-blown humanitarian disaster. The country’s currency, the bolivar, has devalued to point of being worthless and inflation has now pushed food prices to the point where two-thirds of all Venezuelans cannot afford to
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Fresh Giving

Introducing a new non-profit started by Siri Deva Singh of Austin, TX, USA A few weeks ago I found myself out in the FreshGiving garden for the first harvest of our summer crop fifteen pounds of cucumbers clipped from lush, sprawling vines. These cukes were later dropped off to Hope Food Pantry in Austin, TX, where they were
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