We are on a mission to empower and uplift every section of society, ensuring a better living and bringing cohesion.
We believe in the journey of following a tradition of “Sarbat da Bhala” (welfare of all) which is one of the core values of Sikhism. The spiritual message of Guru Nanak, “Kirat Karo (To earn); Naam Japo (To meditate) – Vand Chakko” (To share) has transformed many lives in plights. We are just practicing that selfless spirit in our actions.
YOUR HELP. OUR IMPACT.
UPDATES & NEWS
COVID-19 RELIEF SEWA: FIGHT FOR BREATH IN INDIA
As the nation gasps for oxygen and the medical infrastructure collapsed from sheer overburden, we provided oxygen concentrators to save the lives of suffering humanity. Delhi reports 19,832 new COVID-19 cases and 341 deaths in the last 24 hours. It can shake anyone’s soul but we with your support and almighty’s blessings are standing to save humanity.
Projects that we support and are currently working on
As a non-political and not-for-profit organisation, Nishkam has been working relentlessly in seven Indian states for the upliftment and development of underprivileged and vulnerable humanity. Founded in 1984, Nishkam is providing support to everyone irrespective of caste, creed and religion. Thus making consistent and dedicated efforts to achieve the Sikh ideal of Nishkam Sewa.
“Nishkam Sikh Welfare Council” was conceived in 1984, when the Sikh community was going through turbulent times. Learn more about the history, ideals, and actions that led to the creation of our organization.
GURVIR SINGH SURI
Through my efforts and support from Nishkam, I continued my studies. Finally, I got my degree – the fruit of my hardship and perseverance. I know it is one stepping stone in reaching my dreams. After that I started working as Lecturer in Northwest College near Moga, it was my first job and after few months in 2013, I joined Chandigarh University as Assistant Professor.
Sapna is an intelligent and competent young lady doing her job at Hyatt Hotel- Amritsar. Her father is a Tailor with a meager source of income. Sapna is a shining example of our commitment to the deliverance of our objective. She has got Nishkam Scholarship for a period of two years which has enabled her to broaden the canvas of learning.