Whether it’s serving the less fortunate or taking environmental action, we strive to give back to the communities we live in and share the values of Sikhi with other Canadians.
Canada’s premiere Sikhi Awareness Day brings the community’s history, art, and values to the core of Downtown Toronto. Hosted in Canada’s busiest city square, Turban Up engages Canadians from all walks of life and shares an experience that communicates what it means to be a Sikh. The event aims to bring the country’s multicultural values to life, takes the mystery out of the turban in a fun and colourful way, and fosters bonds between people of all backgrounds.
The Bhagat Puran Singh Ji Weekend is an annual initiative which carries forward Bhagat Ji’s legacy of environmental action and service to the sick and elderly. Join volunteers from across Ontario as they volunteer in shelters and retirement homes, plant trees, clean our streets, and give back to the community. In addition to hands-on seva, this initiative strives to spread Bhagat Ji’s message of love, respect, and compassion from coast to coast.
The Chote Sahibzade spent the chilly days of December in the Thanda Burj with our grandmother— Mata Gujri Ji. In response, hundreds of high school students hit the streets every December to provide warmth to the less fortunate. Nearly 300 care packages containing the necessities of life are distributed by teams of students dedicated to assigned service areas across Toronto. In short, this annual initiative allows students to learn their history, engage in selfless service, and be thankful for their blessings.