Khalsa Aid Canada Gets Royal Recognition As It Delivers Ai To Over 10,000 Canadians

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Khalsa Aid Canada is providing aid to a number of food banks across Canada as demand for their services soar, including Mustard Seed Street Church and Food Bank (Victoria, BC), OurPlace Society (Victoria, BC), Alma Mater Society of UBC (Vancouver, BC), Jewish Family Services (Vancouver, BC), Surrey Urban Mission Society (Surrey, BC), Sources (Langley, BC), and Seva Food Bank (Mississauga, ON).

VICTORIA ‐ Khalsa Aid Canada received the Royal recognition of their national operations during the Covid‐19 pandemic.

The Group said as a grassroots humanitarian relief group, such recognitions boost the morale of their volunteers across Canada, as they continue providing aid to fellow Canadians daily.

Presently, Khalsa Aid Canada is either delivering or providing pick‐up service of standard grocery packs in 15 locations across Canada. Additionally, for those individuals who are quarantined, or selfisolating, curbside drop‐offs are also being offered of groceries, infant items and prescriptions.

Khalsa Aid Canada is also providing aid to a number of food banks across Canada as demand for their services soar, including Mustard Seed Street Church and Food Bank (Victoria, BC), OurPlace Society (Victoria, BC), Alma Mater Society of UBC (Vancouver, BC), Jewish Family Services (Vancouver, BC), Surrey Urban Mission Society (Surrey, BC), Sources (Langley, BC), and Seva Food Bank (Mississauga, ON).

Jatinder Singh, National Director for Khalsa Aid Canada says “It was truly humbling to receive this recognition from the Royal Family and was quite the pleasant surprise for our volunteers, who deserve all the recognition for their hard work since the pandemic started. As a Sikhbased non‐profit humanitarian relief group with the motto of ‘Recognize the whole human race as one’, we have always helped anyone impacted by natural disasters, wars or pandemics.”

Since the beginning of the Covid‐19 pandemic, Khalsa Aid Canada has provided aid to over 10,000 and we continue to add assistance to additional food banks, grocery deliveries and to frontline healthcare workers as the impacts of the pandemic continue to affect more Canadians.