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Meet Raunak Singh, The Man Behind Sikh Aid

Raunak Singh's organization "Sikh Aid" has become a national organization, serving all those in need across different Indian cities.

Meet Raunak Singh, The Man Behind Sikh Aid
Meet Raunak Singh, The Man Behind Sikh Aid
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2021-10-18T18:55:45+05:30

There are too many success stories in this world, who in ways, more than one go ahead in instilling more hope, positivity and motivation in others through their work across industries. However, a few of them inspire young minds and others and ignite the fire in them to do the good and spread the good amongst others in society.

These individuals work with a bigger aim in life: to impact the lives of people and serve humankind, rising as humanitarians. We came across one such man who has surrendered himself to the people in need and has emerged as a selfless soul; Raunak Singh. From a very early age, Raunak Singh confesses that he was fascinated by the idea of helping others in need and serving society as a whole. Hence, he jumped into doing "Seva" and now has been serving people all over India. Raunak Singh also helms his small initiative of service "Sikh Aid" to serve those in need, which has turned into a national organization.

His NGO Sikh Aid has now been recognized as the national NGO, which has crossed boundaries in various humanitarian works aiding in disaster areas and civil conflict zones around India. 

Raunak Singh highlights that his organization is based on the Sikh principle of "Naam Japo, Kirat Karo, Vandh Chakho". He further says that Sikh Aid aims to show the world that Sikhs are humanitarians, driven by humanity and are what the Sikh means. From early 2020 to now, Sikh Aid, under the visions and passion of Raunak Singh, has become a national organization with chapters in Pune, Odisha, Kolkata, Mumbai, Punjab and Delhi.

Amidst the trying times, Raunak Singh reveals how the team couldn't travel.

Fortunately, the local voluntary groups and volunteers spread across various cities took forward their activities and carried on with Sikh Aid projects, constantly walking on their path to serving humanity.

Raunak Singh and his NGO Sikh Aid have truly earned massive recognition and respect from people all over the country for the kind of work they have been doing and the commitment they have been showing to make a positive difference in the lives of others.

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