Sikh Charities and Volunteering
Sikh people have a rich tradition of volunteering known as “seva” which is the giving of ones time and money to a cause that will help create a fairer world.
We will be adding more volunteering projects and sikh charities in 2012 with which City Professionals can become involved with and contribute their time and skills.
The idea is that you will be able to look through the list of projects to be listed below and contact our charity partners directly. If you have a project that you need volunteers for then please contact us at email@example.com
The Gurseva Project
Currently Gurseva delivers langar (free food) to refugees and others who are in need. The Project has mainly been operating in West London with the assistance of all the local Gurdwaré there. You can help in many ways including food prepartion and distribution, giving out hot drinks, talking with those who are affected by homelessness. For more information about the project and getting involved please see below:
Number: 0208 538 7721 / 07940 431 925
This is one day a year when, thousands of good-hearted people from different cities come together to perform Sewa and experience the joy of giving. There are always a range of different day projects such as volunteering in old people’s homes, food distribution to homeless shelters, conservation work etc.
Number: 0207 193 7108 / 07956 959637