In a conscious effort to give back to the community (Sewa), conserving energy and saving the environment – United Sikh Mission has commenced its project for the installation of 1.5-Megawatt Solar Power Plant at Sri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar.
It is a step towards environmental conservation that will save 2,000 tonnes of C02 emission, ensure uninterrupted and clean power supply round the clock, but also add to the saving of 33% annual electricity of Sri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar.
We are currently raising funds for our year-round Eye Healthcare Program in Punjab, India and a special one-time solar power project installation at the Sri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar
Project: Eye Care Camps
Focus Area: Health Care
Location: Punjab (Rural), India
Project: Solar Power Plant
Focus Area: Environment Conversation & Sustainability
Location: Sri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar, India
#DostiUnitesUs🇺🇸🇮🇳: The United Sikh Mission is continuing to spearhead meal distribution to thousands of people in California. The Mission has been distributing about 1,400 meals daily with help from volunteers in the local Sikh community at the Riverside Sikh Temple. pic.twitter.com/m39nVCEK5S
— U.S. Embassy India (@USAndIndia) May 24, 2020
The United Sikh Mission in Riverside, CA has served over 40,000 meals and given away 15,000 face masks to their neighbors.
When we come together to take of each other regardless of race, religion or class we’re showcasing the heart of CA. ❤️https://t.co/KoDxbo4uH8
— California Endowment (@CalEndow) May 20, 2020
SILVER LINING is an inspiring journey of Seva that led an American Sikh towards establishing a mission for vision as a selfless act of serving his community.
With more than 60 eye-camps a year across the state of Punjab, Rashpal Singh Dhindsa comes as the ‘Silver Lining’ behind the extensive free-of-cost eye camps for the people in need across rural Punjab in India.
The documentary has been produced by Sikhlens, with team of Executive Producer Bicky Singh and Film Director Ojaswwee Sharma.
The film further encapsulates the journey of United Sikh Mission that started in 2005 with its first eye camp and continues till date to give back to the community of Punjab, regardless of age, caste, creed, religion or gender.
The documentary had it’s world premiere at Sikhlens: Sikh Arts & Film Festival 2021, India Chapter in Chandigarh. It is currently plating the film festivals.
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The core team of United Sikh Mission – USM honored by Sikhlens for their exemplary work of serving humanity with healthcare, education free eye-care camps across Punjab at Sikhlens – Sikh Arts & Film Festival 2021 INDIA CHAPTER at Tagore Theatre, Chandigarh on 21st February, 2021 pic.twitter.com/OJK9oF3N9D
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