Start a recurring donation and DVN will add $100 to your donation!
We have received an additional $10,000* in matching fund donations from generous donors and will add $100 to every new recurring donation that comes in during DasvandhWeek (until funds run out, $5,000 org/project limit still applies). Over $85,000 has already been pledged in less than 4 days. Let’s make this the best DasvandhWeek ever and see the power of community manifest through your giving and DVN’s matching funds!
When you make a recurring donation, you’re helping these projects and organizations sustain themselves all year-round. Monthly recurring gifts provide activists with a reliable and sustainable source of funds that they can use to plan programs, create budgets, and expand services…And that means a greater impact for Panthic projects and organizations!
*Matching funds aside from this have been exhausted!
Projects Closest to Goal
The West Coast Sikhi Camp arose from this dire need of addressing the most important of age groups. It was recognized that the teenage Sikh group’s needs had to be addressed to stem the tide of our youth drifting from Sikhism. Support West Coast Sikhi Camp get more kids to camp by subsidizing camper fees and alleviating transportation costs.
SHDF provides access higher education for to under-privileged youth. SHDF has provided over 4500 scholarships since 1999. Their goal is to award another 500 or over scholarships in 2016. Take part in helping help bright but financially disadvantaged students in Punjab receive an education!
The Sikh Coalition’s Legal Program defends and safeguards religious freedom. We provide essential legal services to victims of hate crimes, employment discrimination, public accommodations discrimination, profiling and other forms of discrimination. Give now so Coalition can provide, Sikhs all around the country, access to legal services.
Bhujangan, a Kaur Leadership Retreat, provides opportunity for young girls to connect and network with other Sikh women, develop an understanding of leadership and themselves, learn Sikh Women’s History and expand on their understanding of Gurbani. Contribute to Jakara Movement so they can continue to expand Bhujangan Leadership Retreat.