Books, personal hygiene items and phone power banks. These are just a few of the items that can be found in the 'bags of comfort' being handed out to those who have been affected by the massive blaze at the Glenfell Tower in West London. Volunteers from UNITED SIKHS began stuffing and distributing the bags just hours after the fire started.
Sikh Summit '17. The Time is NOW
June 13, 2017
The SIKH SUMMIT is an incredible opportunity for anyone interested in civil and human rights, humanitarian aid, and working towards a more inclusive America to see how they can make a real impact. The Congress members UNITED SIKHS, AHAA students and 2016 SUMMIT participants met with last year pledged to stand with the Sikh community to push for action that would protect Sikh Americans. They fulfilled some of their promises. But, more is needed. The Annual SIKH SUMMIT a powerful tools that allows
From July 10, 2017 to July 14, 2017 UNITED SIKHS will hold its 2017 annual SIKH SUMMIT. During the SUMMIT, Sikhs from around the country and the world will meet U.S. representatives in DC to address the concerns of the Sikh community including the increase in hate crimes against Sikhs, allowing Sikhs to self-identify in the 2020 Census, adequate reporting of hate crimes by law enforcement, discrimination against Sikhs throughout history and other topics.
UNITED SIKHS May Newsletter
May 31, 2017
UNITED SIKHS volunteers in Santa Ana recently received a certificate of Recognition from Orange County for their compassionate and selfless service in the community. Two months after powerful landslides demolished homes, dismantled towns and displaced many families in Peru, UNITED SIKHS is working to help residents rebuild. The disaster has impacted tens of thousands. Volunteers from UNITED SIKHS stepped up immediately to help provide families with everything from bottled water to hot meals,
New Yorkers, you can afford healthcare. Here's how!
May 31, 2017
New York, NY : In 2016, there were 28.6 million Americans without health insurance. We've found that in many cases, New Yorkers don't sign up for health insurance because they believe it's unaffordable. Little do they they know, with New York State of Health's (NYSOH) Essential Plan coverage could be as little as $20 a month for qualifying residents - or in some cases nothing at all.