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Sikhcess and Team Asha Race for Education

Chicago, Fundraising, Mainpage, Recruit & Organize, Seva, Upcoming Eventson September 9th, 2010No Comments

What Does it Take to Help Children in Your Community?

Two feet and a pair of running shoes!

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All About Fundraising | A Primer on Getting Started and Raising Funds

Chicago, Cities, City Leadership, Connect, Events, Fundraising, Recruit & Organize, Seva, Sikhcesson March 8th, 2010No Comments

A few weeks ago, Sikhcess hosted a fundraiser in a Chicago suburb at a bowling alley with about 120 participants. Based on feedback from the organizers, volunteers and participants, it was an overwhelming success!

It’s great to know we have the leaders to make it happen, but what about having a fundraiser of your own? What if you want to put together an event for a good cause, have fun doing it but aren’t sure where to start?

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Bay Area, California, FTH Campaign

Bay Area, City Leadership, Connect, Events, FTH, Recruit & Organize, Seva, Sikhcesson January 28th, 2010No Comments

Date : 1.29.10 / 1.30.10
Location : Bay Area, California
Time : 5 pm – 9 pm (Fri) / 8 am – 3 pm (Sat)

Contact : bayarea@sikhcess.org, call 909.262.8730 read more

Sikhcess United Kingdom: Incredible Enthusiasm!

Connect, Recruit & Organize, Sikhcesson January 18th, 20102 Comments

The UK is on a run for rallying the world to vote for Sikhcess!

Neel Thakerar Encouraging People: http://sikhcess.org/vote

Volunteers have used ordinary tools like paper, mobile phones, and YouTube, and creatively put super-energy in to capturing people’s attention.  The result has been a charged up movement that’s viral – changing the agar of the world!

They’re doing this to bring attention to a remarkable idea – to end the word’s most challenging problems; things like war, drug trafficking, ignorance, ad terrorism – and unite the world. This is an enormous undertaking, and they’re using creativity to convince people.

Their goal is to spread a message: uniting the world’s children in the spirit of global synergy; engaging them with world-class education, advanced digital technology, and culturally-rich interaction.

Take Action Now. Vote for Sikhcess.

http://vote.sikhcess.org

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Detroit, Michigan, Operation Backpack

Cities, City Leadership, Detroit, Events, Operation Backpack, Recruit & Organize, School, Sikhcesson January 17th, 2010No Comments

Dates : 1.18.10 – 1.22.10
Location : Wayne State University Student Center, 1st Floor

Time : 9 am – 9 pm : mon / tues / wed / thurs / fri
Contact : detroit@sikhcess.org, or call 313.333.4855 read more

Toronto, Ontario, Sikhcess Meetup!

City Leadership, Connect, Detroit, Events, Recruit & Organize, Upcoming Eventson December 18th, 2009No Comments

sikhcess_torontoT-dot, we’ve got something special planned for you tomorrow. Following the FTH Campaign, we’ll be having a mini-retreat talking about high-level points relating to Sikhcess. There will also be a very special training for Sikhcess Stars, which is set to kick off next month in Toronto.

Can’t wait to see you there!

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The New Sikhcess: Are You Ready To Seva*?

Mainpage, Recruit & Organize, Seva, Sikhcesson December 8th, 20091 Comment

“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
– Howard Thurman

As we approach the end of 2009, Sikhcess has received an overwhelming response from do-gooders across the globe. These good people come from all walks of life — representing diversity in age, ethnicity, race, demographics — with one thing in common, that is, to give their time and energy to a good cause.

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Executive Director, Amit Singh Represents Sikhcess at Mr. Hyphen Competition

Events, Mainpage, Past Events, Recruit & Organizeon November 15th, 2009No Comments

This year’s Mr Hyphen competition hosted by Hyphen Magazine at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center featured a  group of six devoted Asian-American men representing various community service organizations and causes.

Our very own Executive Director, Amit Singh, represented Sikhcess in this competition.

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