Metro Vancouver Sikhs invite all British Columbians to Peace Prayer _ Candle Light Vigil on Tuesday at 6pm in Surrey The tragic events of the Wisconsin Gurdwara shooting on August 5th, 2012 were watched across the globe. In an incident authorities are calling a case of, “domestic terrorism”, six innocent victims were shot and killed, with many more injured. At a .
Take part in the Community Initiative to purchase bears for children who are residents of Canuck Place and B.C Children’s Hospital and Ronald McDonald House. As many of you know, when kids are scared and going through painful medical procedures, it's not always easy to share with others. But a teddy bear is someone they can whisper their pains and fears .
Feeding Those In Need As spring arrives in the Lower Mainland, so does our need to help those who are less fortunate. In this spirit, the community is encouraged to take part in the collecting of food items for the 1st Annual Seva Community Food Drive, organized by the Sikh Seva Foundation in association with Food Banks BC. This is a .
Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara is pleased to partner with Gurdwara Sahib Sukh Sagar and Sikh Youth Global and launch our annual food bank collection drive. Many people do not realize the extent of hunger’s reach in Canada and that it affects all communities across the country. Each month, close to 900,000 Canadians are assisted by food .
On November 11th 2011, Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara continued on with the 2011 Gurpurab celebrations by organizing a homeless food drive. Volunteers led by the Gurdwara General Secretary, Jatinder Singh and committee member Gursimran Kaur, prepared the meal of Vegetable Rice, Lentil Curry, Rice Pudding and Tea. The Langar was then transported to the Front Room Services Center in Surrey, where .
Once again in November 2011, the Sikh Community is collaborating together on a blood donation drive to commemorate the memory of the victims of Genocide 1984. This blood drive was started by the Sikh Community in November 1999 and as of the 2010 campaign, more than 55,000 lives in Canada have been saved. The following are British Columbia dates for blood donation .
The local Sikh youth have for the last few years, taken part in various food drives, feeding and clothing those that are less fortunate. It is our duty as a Sikh to follow Guru Nanak Dev Ji's teachings and share with others. Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara currently undertakes a program every second Sunday, serving meals to the hungry in Surrey at .
From March 13th to March 31st 2011, Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara is undertaking a food donation drive, in-conjunction with Guru Nanak's Free Kitchen. This food drive will aid the community and help Surrey Food Bank with much needed donations. The sangat can also come to the Gurdwara Sahib and find out more information on the great work that Surrey Food .