Guru Granth Sahib Bani is being translated in various different languages to spread the message of oneness.
Service and Support Journey
The journey began with the idea of a langar food truck, delivering meals to Edmonton's inner city. "Seva Food Truck" started as a school program, serving food to the homeless. In response to COVID-19, we launched a grocery hamper program, supporting over 300 families weekly in Sherwood Park. Throughout 2020, our mission persisted, aiding families affected by the pandemic. Now, expanding our efforts, Sikhs for Humanity proudly opens a Food Bank, furthering our commitment to serve those in need.
We are committed to proliferating the universal teachings of the Guru Granth Sahib by printing and distributing educational resources, free of charge for all. Our first publication was a pamphlet entitled Sikhism: A Brief Introduction, of which we printed 50,000 copies. This pamphlet made its way to gurdwaras, businesses, hotel rooms, and various Sikhi centric events in the USA and Europe.
As we move forward with our mission, Sikhs for Humanity decided to open a Food Bank providing grocery hampers every Sunday.
Thank you very much for supporting Sikhs for Humanity during our radiothon fundraiser.
In times of crisis, we took time to step up and give during the pandemic - Sherwood Park News
We believe in a solution to poverty that involves building community, and allowing the power of compassion to uplift and inspire the hearts of all individuals.