We are based on the Sikh principle of serving all of humanity “for the well-being of all” or “Sarbat da Bhala” by recognizing the human race as one, free from bias.
The Warm Winter Initiative aims to create Warm Winter Kits for those facing homelessness in the harsh winter months. We create kits to distribute with over 45+ essential items including warm winter clothing, a backpack and a sleeping bag. These kits create a significant impact in the lives of those who are experiencing the bitter cold this winter.
Our 100% volunteer based organization ensures that each and every dollar you donate goes directly towards helping those in need.
We are in search for and source quality products at bulk prices in order to use each and every dollar efficiently.
We assemble the kits with our dedicated team of volunteers ensuring that each kit is hand packed with love and care.
We work with numerous charitable organizations in different municipalities to ensure that kits go directly into the hands of those who need it the most.
What we Stand for
100% of Funds go Towards Charitable Causes
GNCSF is a 100% volunteer based organization where all contributed funds are put directly back towards those who need it most.
Our dedicated volunteers are committed to Seva, or selfless service, year round.
Engaging in Seva fosters a sense of fulfillment and purpose, contributing to personal well-being and mental health
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Making an Impactful Difference
Distributing Warm Winter kits helps to provide immediate relief from the risks of extreme winter elements. Our kits typically contain over 45+ essentials like warm clothing, blankets, personal care items and nourishment.
Beyond physical comfort, such acts of kindness convey a sense of community and boost morale to those often forgotten during the holidays.
In Remembrance of Mata Gujar Kaur and the Sahibzade at the Thanda Burj.
The Warm Winter Initiative this year is in remembrance of the story of Mata Gujar Kaur and the Sahibzade at the Thanda Burj. When the young Sahibzade, Baba Zorawar Singh ji and Baba Fateh Singh ji, were imprisoned by the Mughal authorities, they were confined in Thanda Burj, a cold tower. Mata Gujar Kaur, their grandmother, displayed unwavering faith and resilience, sending them off with blessings even as they faced cold, harsh conditions.
The incident underscores the strength of familial bonds, the unwavering commitment to faith, and the power of spiritual resilience in the face of adversity. It stands as a testament to the courage and fortitude of both Mata Gujar Kaur and the young Sahibzade, showcasing the invaluable importance of upholding principles, even in the most challenging circumstances.
Their sacrifice and unwavering dedication to their beliefs continue to inspire and serve as a beacon of steadfastness for generations to come.