Hoosier Sikh Youth Proudly Serve First Responders

Done in appreciation of the services for the community in these hard times



Sikh Youth Volunteers Give Out Masks, Donuts,

And Pizzas To Area Hospitals, Firemen


Sikh Society of Indiana celebrated Vaisakhi with those that are on the frontline - risking their lives for us. This was done in appreciation of the services for the community in these hard times.

The youth volunteers donated 1600 masks in all – 31 masks to each organization in need in Indianapolis, Plainfield and also some to the children's hospital in Wisconsin.

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Donuts were provided to the staff at Franciscan Health and Community South. 25 dozen donuts were distributed out at each hospital. The youth also donated donuts to the 4 fire stations around Franklin Township.


During the week of Vaisakhi, 70 pizzas were served each day from April 13-16. Pizzas were obtained from Domino’s on Thompson and Emerson and served to the following hospitals:

Community North, Kindred North, St Vincent Hospital, Peyton Manning, Eskenazi, IU Health-University Hospital, Riley Children’s Hospital, IU Methodist, Kindred Downtown, St Vincent ER South Indy, IU West, Hendricks Regional Health, VA Hospital, Witham Health Services-Zionsville, Franciscan Health Mooresville, Johnson Memorial, Community South, Franciscan Health Indy, Franciscan Health Hospice, Kindred South.

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The Volunteer group is continuing to provide free selected groceries to anyone in need. They are making a delivery upon request.

A huge THANK YOU and round of applause to these Sikh youths for their Seva !

Submitted by:

Chirjeev Kaur Oberoi
Gurdwara Sikh Satsang of Indianapolis

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