An international Sikh relief organisation, Khalsa Aid, is setting an example for the world to follow by helping Syrian refugees in Serbia.
When it comes to helping people in need, this international relief organization is leading the way and inspiring many to come forward and do everything they can in the name of humanity, selflessness and goodwill.
Members of Khalsa Aid have come to the rescue of the Syrian refugees in Serbia, and have been helping them by providing for their basic daily needs.
“Our teams landed in Serbia last Thursday and ever since have been working closely with several local organisations to provide food, water, clothing, toys, etc., to the many Syrian refugee families arriving after an exhausting journey,” they announced in a Facebook post.
According to their website, Khalsa Aid is primarily a non-profit humanitarian relief agency. Their work is based on the teachings of the Sikh Gurus who preached well-being of all humanity, selfless service and universal love.
The organization was set up to provide cross border humanitarian relief and raise awareness about global relief and development work.
Since its launch, the organization has not paid anyone for this work; it operates on a completely voluntary model.
Khalsa Aid is known for providing aid in many different disasters across the world. This, they say, would not have been possible without the generosity of the Sikh community worldwide.