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Khalsa Aid efforts for South East Asia Earthquake


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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ke Fateh.

We are all aware of the tragic and sad events that have taken place in South East Asia. Thousands of people have died and many remain missing, from Indonesia to Somalia. The fortunate ones who have survived face the threat of disease and long-term economic loss.

Khalsa Aid (K.A.) is sending a team of volunteers to Sri Lanka and other affected areas to assess the situation on the ground to assist in the humantarian relief effort. K.A. will be linking up with local NGO's and, where possible, work alongside them to provide assistance.

Khalsa Aid was formed in 1999 to help those escaping from the Kosovan war and has since provided aid in Orissa (East India), Turkey, Gujarat (West India), The Democratic Republic of Congo and recently Somalia (this is an ongoing development programme).

All volunteers are unpaid and are inspired by the teachings of Sikhi and individuals such as Bhai Kanaiya Ji. All this seva has been possible due to the genorosity of the Sangat.

Khalsa Aid is appealing for donations to provide medicine, shelter and long-term education needs in the affected areas. Your contributions so far have helped thousands of unfortunate people in several countries and now the need has arisen again to help those who have lost almost everything.

Sarbat Da Bhala

Contact Details: Ravinder Singh 077 3330 3831 (UK)

E-mail: ravisingh@aol.com

Address: 66 Grasmere Avenue, Slough, SL2 5JF, England

Bank Details:

Barclays Bank,

Account Name. Khalsa Aid

Account No. 20209171

Sort Code. 207858

Slough High Street Branch

(Registered Charity Number: 1080374)

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ke Fateh.

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