This month we launch our crowdfunding page with Aviva Community Fund to raise £3,000.
This will allow us to work with a cohort of up to 12 women from BAME communities whose employability has been affected by the pandemic.
We want to crowdfund to cover the costs of workshops including facilitators, stationary materials, travel and refreshments, the group will be facilitated and supported by our own team members who have real life experiences and have been through similar journeys with us and are now stronger than ever.
We want to help make them the best versions of themselves.
Can you help? Please share and donate where you can!
We are slowly starting to make our way back into our offices on Graham Street!
So if you call the office and reach the answer machine, bear with us we adjust and follow Government guidelines appropriatly and safely.
To make sure you are directed to the right team, follow the link below for all up to date information on what we are doing during these unprecedented times and how we can help you –
Write to your elected members about the Farmer’s Protests in India
Sikh Sanjog stands in solidarity with the Farmers of India during this time. In support, we have created a template letter for use in writing and calling on elected members in Scotland for action. You can download the template directly from our website below.
Newly added video on the farmer’s protests in India
This is NOT a political issue but a case of human rights!
Punjabi Junction News
Due to schedule renovation of Stead Place we unfortunately have had to make the decision to close the cafe to customers. However we are still trading for outside catering events including weddings, private events, markets and stall both in and outside the Edinburgh area. Follow our social media sites to keep up to date to what we are up to and where we will be next. More information on our activities can be found here
Confidential Conversation ~ No matter how big or how small the issue, call us on 0131 553 4737 for help, support or advice.
Pictures from out team completing the Kilt Walk raising funds for Sikh Sanjog
Interview with the Sikh Channel by Gurpreet Kaur
Listen and watch the interview of our Wellbeing Group telling the story of the beginnings of Sikh Sanjog and about they are carrying out today