“Behold Whole Of Mankind As One”
United Sikh Mission (USM) is a philanthropic charitable organization established in Southern California, USA in 2005, with a mission to address disparities in healthcare needs, eliminate preventable medical illnesses, and improve education in emerging and developing countries like India. USM values optimism and service inspired by communities and envisions a positive impact to eliminate poverty, promote peace, spread prosperity, kindness towards humanity, and environmental welfare.
Under USM’s Mission for Vision, 53 free eye health care camps were organized in rural Punjab, covering 500 villages and serving a population of 25,173. USM has also announced the setting up of a free charitable hospital, Khalsa Health Centre, in Bias Pind, Jalandhar, to provide free eye-related surgeries, dialysis, gynecological treatment, and pharmacy. USM initiated the setting up of a 1.2-Megawatt Solar Power Plant at Sri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar, to ensure uninterrupted and clean power supply and save 33% of annual electricity, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 2,000 tonnes.
USM’s Kartarpur Sahib Marg Initiative aims to educate everyone about the significance of the religious Sikh temple and bring an era of peace between the two conflicting countries, India and Pakistan. USM is also actively fighting the COVID-19 pandemic by delivering over 1,000 hot meals daily to local community members who are struggling with financial hardships.