Sikh Womens Society Kenya (KENYA)
Sikhs in Charity
The Sikh Women Society is a charitable organisation that was founded in 1976 in Nairobi by women of Kenya’s Sikh community in order to offer assistance to the less privileged members of the society and to the community at large. The organisation follows the teachings of the beloved Sikh Gurus as they engage in many social, religious and charitable activities that promote culture and religion amongst the children. Sikh Women’s Society has been working tirelessly and with the utmost dedication, loyalty and commitment in serving those members of the community, that often struggle to obtain the most basic needs of getting proper food, education, shelter and medical care. Every year the Sikh Women’s Society organises medical camps, Vaisakhi mela’s, dental camps, hamper pack donations, Simran programmes and assist needy children with their school fees.