Building Healthier families together - Seminar in Canada
October 20, 2017
On the 15th October, 2107 UNITED SIKHS, in association with Punjabi Community Health Services, successfully concluded a seminar on 'How to keep families together/close knit'. The key focus of the seminar was to discuss the problems faced by children and parents respectively as well as possible reasons for increasing differences between them and how to tackle the same. The seminar began with UNITED SIKHS' Director Sukhwinder Singh shedding a light on the organisation and various humanitarian camp
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.
ALERT To Gurudwaras - Be Vigilant
January 31, 2017
"Given the current climate of our country, and other parts of the world, we advise Gurudwaras to step up their security measures, especially following Sunday's deadly mosque attack in Quebec, " Gurvinder Singh, Director for the UNITED SIKHS said. Following the Quebec shooting, America's largest police force, the NYPD, announced it would provide additional protection for mosques in New York city. UNITED SIKHS is also asking worshippers in Gurdwaras to be vigilant.
"Your health is your greatest wealth." This is a core belief of the UNITED SIKHS and is reflected in many of our ongoing programs and initiatives. Throughout the year we've collaborated with businesses, hospitals and local governments, to provide minority communities across the world with increased access to healthcare and wellness resources. Here's a look at some of the ways we're helping our communities across the globe.