United Sikhs

United Sikhs is a non-profit making NGO affiliated with the UN.  Established in 1999 by a group of New York Sikhs who banded together to assist with the socio-economic development of immigrant communities in New York, the group has now grown to become an international grass roots organization. 

With projects based on the Sikh tenet of ‘Sarbat-Da-Bhela’ (service for the good of all), the mission of United Sikhs is to ‘transform underprivileged and minority communities and individuals into informed and vibrant members of society through civic, educational and personal development programs, by fostering active participation in social and economic activity’.

United Sikhs today helps thousands of people around the world through extensive work including disaster relief, human rights advocacy, civil rights awareness, multifaith activities and community service. 

Prominent recent projects have included:

  • The rehabilitation of families threatened by the Taliban in the North West Frontier of Pakistan
  • Provision of emergency shelter to over 5000 earthquake victims in Haiti
  • The organization of a summit in Washington DC to discuss and protect Sikh civil and human rights worldwide

United Sikhs are a non-partisan charity who believe in working with all faiths and traditions to advance a just and peaceful world, believing that, ‘if you don’t see God in all, you don’t see God at all.’

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PO BOX 43799, London, W14 8SS, United Kingdom 

0870 1993 328