BRAMPTON: The international humanitarian organization, Khalsa Aid Canada’s Toronto chapter delivered 1,000 healthy meals to front-line nursing staff.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the Toronto chapter has provided food aid to more than 10,000 individuals through grocery deliveries and food bank donations.
In a statement, National director of Khalsa Aid Canada Jatinder Singh said, “Khalsa Aid is fortunate to have a dedicated and committed volunteer team that will be able to provide these healthy meals to the nursing staff during National (Nursing) Week.”
“We cannot thank our front-line health workers enough for all they have done during this pandemic,” added Singh.
As we close out #NursingWeek I was happy to donate and assist @Khalsa_Aid #Brampton chapter provide over 200 meals for frontline staff @OslerHealth Thank you to our incredible nurses #NationalNursingWeek #InThisTogether #COVID__19 #BramptonNorth pic.twitter.com/Nqtz6JTMSl— Kevin Yarde (@KevinYardeNDP) May 17, 2020
Member of Parliament for Brampton South, Sonia Sidhu also expressed her gratitude to the Khalsa Aid volunteers for supporting essential workers.
Stopped by our local Peel Memorial Hospital of the @OslerHealth to thank volunteers from @khalsaaidca delivering hot meals to patients and front line workers Thank you to all volunteers for supporting our essential workers in the time of need and Happy National Nursing week 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/aMTGhqtyu8— Sonia Sidhu (@SoniaLiberal) May 15, 2020
Khalsa Aid Organisation has always come up and played a pivotal role in helping the needy during the exigencies throughout the world.
The international nonprofit aid and relief organization are founded on the Sikh principles of selfless service and universal love.