Khalsa Aid Reaches Australia To Fund Relief Items For Those Affected By Bush Fire

written by Diksha Kapoor | December 03, 2019

While people are doing their bit to provide relief to those affected by the bush fire in Australia, Sikh men are not taking a back seat in it. Volunteers from Khalsa Aid, a relief organization, have been providing relief items like hay and animal feed for all those affected by bush fire.

The fire started around a month ago and has endangered tons of lives. But the team of Khalsa Aid came to rescue, as they have been funding relief items, including hay and animal feed for those affected by fires in New South Wales since 3 weeks now.

Khalsa Aid took down to their official Twitter handle to share it. They wrote: “Australian BushFires
We are funding relief items, including hay & animal feed for those affected by #NSWfires !
We have been providing essential support through our amazing Khalsa Aid Australia team (@HarpreetS22) for over 3 weeks now. #bushfires @russellcrowe”

The team is also helping the farmers affected by NSW fires to support them financially in this hour of need.

Earlier, members of the Guru Nanak Gurudwara Turramurra Sikh Temple in Sydney, Australia served langar to exhausted firefighters to thank them for their work to lash out the fire.

Meanwhile, the team of Khalsa Aid has always helped people around the world irrespective of their caste and creed. They have always come forward to give relief to the mankind at the time of any disaster or conflict. From Kerala floods to Odisha cyclone, the team has provided to the victims every time.

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