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UNITED SIKHS is at No. 2 Position at Chase Community Giving

Help Us Get to No. 1

Have you voted for us on Facebook yet?

Your 2 minutes = up to $250,000!!

How to Vote:

  1. Please go to www.unitedsikhs.org/vote
  2. Click on the green "Vote & Share" button.
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  3. You may be prompted to like Chase Community Giving page if you have not liked it before. Please "Like" Chase Giving page.
  4. Make sure to click on "Vote & Share" button again.
    When you click on Vote & Share button, a new window may open that states: "Chase Community Giving" is requesting permission to do the following "..........” This window will have an "Allow" button that needs to be clicked.
    Once you click the Allow button, a new message will appear with the "Vote & Share" button at the bottom.
    Voting is not complete unless you click this "Vote & Share" button and see a message "Thanks for your Vote", and the vote count increases. The link to Vote will appear on your Facebook page as well after you Vote successfully.
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  5. Once voting is complete, you may also search for other Charities that work for a cause you would like to support and vote for them. If you want, you can vote up to 9 more charities.

New York, USA– Thanks to community members and supporters worldwide, UNITED SIKHS is among the top 5 organizations in the Chase Community Giving program on Facebook. Help us get to No. 1! Vote for us on Facebook, and if you already have, request friends and family to support us. Please revisit the page if you only clicked on "Like" earlier as Liking the page is not the same as Voting by clicking on "Vote & Share".

UNITED SIKHS is competing with charities nationwide in USA for donations ranging from $25,000 to $250,000 through the Chase Community Giving program. You can help ensure our success by simply voting for UNITED SIKHS through the Chase Community Giving program on Facebook.

With the support of our volunteers, fans and supporters, UNITED SIKHS has the opportunity to get much needed resources to implement projects for underprivileged communities.

How You Can Help

You can help UNITED SIKHS win up to $250,000 by Voting for UNITED SIKHS at www.unitedsikhs.org/vote in the Chase Community Giving program on Facebook. Click on "Vote & Share" and follow instructions. You must see a Thank You message if your Vote was successful.

If you have questions about UNITED SIKHS or would like to get involved, please contact us at contact@unitedsikhs.org or call 1-888-243-1690.

About UNITED SIKHS

UNITED SIKHS is a U.N. affiliated, international non-profit, non-governmental, humanitarian relief, human development and advocacy organization, aimed at empowering those in need, especially disadvantaged and minority communities across the world. UNITED SIKHS is registered: as a non-profit tax exempt organization pursuant to Section 501©(3) of the Internal Revenue Code in the USA; as a Registered Charity in England and Wales under the Charities Act 1993, Charity Number 111 2055; and is a registered NGO in Belgium and Australia; as a non-profit organization in Canada; under the Societies Registration Act 1860 in Panjab, under the French Association Law 1901 and is an NGO pending registration in the Rep of Ireland and Malaysia. UNITED SIKHS is registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, Pakistan.

About Chase Community Giving

Chase Community Giving is grant program inspiring a new way of corporate philanthropy by letting participants

vote to help determine which small and local non profits will receive donations from Chase’s philanthropy

funds. The program has given away over $15 million in grants to charities nationwide, with focuses including

arts and culture; education and youth development; environment; animal welfare; health and social services; community development; medical research and awareness; recreation and sports; and international development.

Issued by:

Jatinder Singh

chasegiving@unitedsikhs.org

1-888-243-1690/ 510-999-7726/ 646-688-3525

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http://www.sikh24.com/2011/11/chase-community-giving-united-sikhs-aims-for-250k-award/ New York, NY (November 17, 2011)–UNITED SIKHS, an International Sikh organization is taking aim at winning the C

I believe that the pit bull rescue organization and many others never thought of seeing minority based US based organization taking lead of thousands of votes. To UK users, that dog rescue got their o

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New York, NY (November 17, 2011)–UNITED SIKHS, an International Sikh organization is taking aim at winning the Chase Community Giving Award of $250,000. Chase Community Giving is an annual charitable effort held by JPMorgan Chase which allows charity or non-profit organizations to compete and win monies worth millions.

The UNITED SIKHS, although a Sikh organization, deals with with various humanitarian activities around the world dealing with Sikhs and non Sikhs alike. Currently UNITED SIKHS is ranked #2 in this year’s contest. We appeal to our worldwide audiance to get on Facebook and vote. It is easy to vote, simply log onto Facebook and open this link. Make sure to click “Like” at the top of the page and then click “Vote & Share“. That’s it! A few minutes of your time can help UNITED SIKHS and the Global Sikh Community.

According to its website – www.UnitedSikhs.org, “UNITED SIKHS is a UN-affiliated, international non-profit, non-governmental, humanitarian relief, human development and advocacy organization, aimed at empowering those in need, especially disadvantaged and minority communities across the world.” While you are at it, do not forget to “fan” the UNITED SIKHS fanpage, and obviously – the Sikh24 fanpage also!

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Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa! Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh!

UNITED SIKHS do so much seva for the panth and all human kind! They help the families of the shaheeds, they create schools in less developed countries so no child goes without an education, they provide people with clean water and food in third world countries! The list could go on and on!

Now the time has come where they need your help! No, don't worry they are not asking for your donation (although feel free to if you wish to :p), all they ask is for 5 seconds of your time! All you have to do is log into facebook and click one button! By clicking this one button you will be giving UNITED SIKHS the chance to help save and change so many more lives! Please visit or click here www.unitedsikhs.org/vote and then click 'vote and share'!

It only takes 5 seconds of your time and you will be helping save 1,000's of lives!

So what are you waiting for? Click www.unitedsikhs.org/vote and save lives! Don't forget to forward this message!

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The Sikh Federation (UK) was contacted last night by the USA representatives of United Sikhs to encourage Sikhs to vote for them before the voting closes on 22 November.

We have contacted over 3,000 on Facebook on our Sikh Lobby Groups. It would have been great if we had a bot more notice.

We are also encouraging Sikhs to contact individual friends on Facebook. Just post a message as follows:

Vote at www.unitedsikhs.org/vote so United Sikhs may receive $250,000 under the Chase Community Giving program - please vote by 21 November.

We are stating 21 November so we know the gap going into the last few hours.

Lets see what happens to the official gap:

Last oficial update was:

No 1: 8346 votes

No 2: United Sikhs: 7500 votes

Gap was only 846 votes

Votes for United Sikhs now: 8323 (9.28am UK time)

Suspect need to get around 12,000 votes as a minimum.

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The Sikh Federation (UK) was contacted last night by the USA representatives of United Sikhs to encourage Sikhs to vote for them before the voting closes on 22 November.

We have contacted over 3,000 on Facebook on our Sikh Lobby Groups. It would have been great if we had a bot more notice.

We are also encouraging Sikhs to contact individual friends on Facebook. Just post a message as follows:

Vote at www.unitedsikhs.org/vote so United Sikhs may receive $250,000 under the Chase Community Giving program - please vote by 21 November.

We are stating 21 November so we know the gap going into the last few hours.

Lets see what happens to the official gap:

Last oficial update was:

No 1: 8346 votes

No 2: United Sikhs: 7500 votes

Gap was only 846 votes

Votes for United Sikhs now: 8323 (9.28am UK time)

Suspect need to get around 12,000 votes as a minimum.

Over 8,400 at 10.13am.

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Chase will make a total of $3,025,000 in donations as follows:

  • $250,000 to the Charity receiving the most votes (rank 1);
  • $100,000 to the runner-up Charities (ranks 2-5); and
  • $25,000 to the next runner–up Charities (ranks 6-100).

At the moment your votes will ensure United Sikhs get at least $100,000.

If we can all make a push in the last 48 hours or so we could increase this to $250,000.

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