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What is/will-be your primary donation choice?  

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  1. 1. What is/will-be your primary donation choice?

    • Social cause (regardless of any religion) school, medical etc
    • Social cause (related with Sikh religion) - school, medical etc
    • Donate to any gurdwaras - construction, langar etc
    • Sikh cultural events (not linked with religion)
    • I don’t donate

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5 hours ago, Singh559 said:

Unpopular opinion but I think most of sangat's hard earned money being sent to Syria and ME is a waste. 100% should go towards Sikh related aid for it to be considered dasvandh imo. Has to be tied to the chardikala of the Panth.

I agree with your unpopular opinion 

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Interesting topic and poll. I would also like to donate to Sikhs in Punjab. But it is difficult to know which charities to donate to. 

Khalsa aid just seems like another typical muslim charity aimed at the middle east or other islamic regions. 

We need a charity that concentrates on poor Sikhs all over India. Yet theres so much corruption in india. Often money goes into the wrong hands. 


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I think its best to cut out the middle person /organisation and donate to the poor yourself however that can be difficult hence why we mostly rely on charities like Oxfam, save the children etc. some say they are scams not sure how verified that claim is. 

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