Recognize the Human Race as One
January 5, 2018
This is the UNITED SIKHS mission: to rise and serve humanity at every opportunity presented. Directly inspired from the words of the 10th Master, we work to promote equality and justice through 1) Service to Humanity and 2) Advocacy for Civil Rights. In every aspect, Guru Gobind Singh is the shining example of how divine-inspired leadership through compassion and faith can uplift the downtrodden and bring Light where darkness takes hold.
California Wildfires: How to Safeguard and Protect Yourself
December 08, 2017
Los Angeles, California: This past week, California has been ravaged by wildfires and officials have issued an emergency "extreme fire danger" alert to counties around Los Angeles. The damage is extensive; wildfires have claimed over 300 homes, business, and other buildings. The raging plumes of fire have forced over 200,000 people to evacuate their homes and flee towards safety. The smoke has forced main highways and over 300 schools to close due to safety concerns.
November 23, 2017
This Thanksgiving, we are grateful to you for being a crucial pillar of support. With your support, we've been able to bring Sri Guru Nanak's (first Sikh Guru) message alive through selfless service. Imbued in the Sikh spirit and with your support, UNITED SIKHS continues to bring light into the darkest corners of the world.
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,