The Sikh Spirit Foundation wa established in 2004 to advance the state of the global Sikh community. The Foundation offers its resources to individuals and organizations that initiate, engage with, and implement innovative and constructive project ideas. Project-oriented grants are given with the hope that financial support will help maximize the positive impact of volunteerism worldwide.
The Sikh Spirit Foundation also aims to take Sikh philanthropic culture to the next level. By institutionalizing methods of giving, creating processes for grant-making, and holding grantees accountable to their proposed projects, the Foundation hopes its progressive model will inspire Sikh donors to seek more efficiency and impact from their financial contributions. The Foundation sincerely believes that these objectives will serve to increase the effectiveness of Sikh volunteerism for future generations, and consequently, uplift the collective Sikh spirit.
In addition to contributing to the Sikh community, the founders believe in the importance of contributing to their local community. The Sikh Spirit Foundation gives generously to charitable endeavors in South Texas by supporting the region's progress, welfare, and vibrancy.
The Sikh Spirit Foundation is committed to bringing meaningful and lasting change to the global Sikh community. We believe that there are countless opportunities for growth and immeasurable potential for development. Therefore the Foundation has not limited its scope to a particular area of community development - we embrace all positive possibilities and hope that this open approach inspires all potential grantees to conceive of fresh and imaginative projects. At the same time, we have observed that positive social change directly correlates with attention to education. Educational projects are viewed most favorably and given highest priority in the grant-making process.
We sincerely believe that we have a responsibility to ensure that financial obstacles should not hinder those dedicated to serving the community. This conviction compels us to seriously consider any and all projects that will benefit the Sikh community.