War-torn Syria is currently witnessing one of its worst conflicts. The continuous air strikes and bombings in Eastern Ghouta have killed around 500 while another 4,00,000 are still trapped. But all the destruction and the violent bloodbath hasn’t deterred this charity group from working for peace and humanity. Khalsa Aid, a global Sikh charitable organisation, has been working tirelessly to provide food, clothing, shelter and medical facilities to the Syrian refugees who have fled the war zone and are living in the borders. Started by Ravinder Singh in 1999, this global non-profit organisation provides humanitarian aid during disasters and conflicts. It played a key role during Yemen civil war, Nepal earthquake Haiti earthquake, Myanmar Rohingya crisis and many more.
Indeed a saving grace for humanity and universal peace!