Sikh Community Donates Humanitarian Aid To California Fire Survivors

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BUTTE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, Dec. 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Volunteers at the United Nations-affiliated non-profit UNITED SIKHS commemorated International Volunteer Day with selfless acts of service for the local residents affected by the deadly Camp Fire. Working with the Gurudwara Sahib in Roseville, Salvation Army and American Red Cross, UNITED SIKHS delivered hundreds of humanitarian aid supplies to fire survivors and first responders across Butte County shelters. The donations included food and beverage supply, as well as blankets, sleeping bags, pillows, baby essentials, and personal hygiene products. 

In addition to serving California residents in need, the organization also donated several hundred pizzas to Butte County firefighters, police officers and sheriffs as a token of appeciation for their tireless work.

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