A Lives Saving Campaign.

helped saving close to 150,000 lives.

FATEH with FAITH

Compassion
Solidarity Resilience!

The Canadian Sikhs are known for running the largest blood donation campaign for two decades. It’s time once again for us to participate in a lifesaving campaign by donating blood, while respecting all current health and safety guidelines.

Book online at the link below  or
Call at (778) 309-4784 

GET STARTED TODAY

Book your applintment!
It will only take a minute

If you have never registered as a Partner for Life under the Sikh Nation campaign, then click on the appropriate link below to get started.

SURREY, BC
Nov 7th & Nov 8th 2020

10:00AM – 4:45PM 
Princess Margaret School
12870 72 Ave, Surrey BC

ABBOTSFORD, BC
Nov 14th & Nov 15th 2020

10:00AM – 4:45PM
Emmanuel Mennonite Church
3471 Clearbrook Rd, Abbotsford

VANCOUVER, BC
Nov 21st 2020

10:00AM – 4:45PM
CBS Building
4750 Oak St. Vancouver

VICTORIA, BC
Nov 7th, 2020

10:00AM – 4:45PM
CBS Building
3449 Saanich Rd, Victoria

KAMLOOPS
Nov 14th, 2020

12:00PM – 5:00PM
Oasis Church
1205 Rogers Way, Kamloops

KELOWNA
nov 21st, 2020

9:00AM – 4:00PM
CBS Builiding
1865 Dilworth Drive, Kelowna

THE SIKH NATION

Based on the belief in One God

The Sikh Nation recognizes the equality of all human beings; and it rejects the concepts of idolatry, ritualism, caste system and asceticism. The founder of the Sikh faith, Guru Nanak Dev Ji challenged the centuries old status quo of the Brahmin dominated social structure. By raising his voice against the injustice, Guru Nanak helped release the common man from the clutches of the Brahmins. He brought the downtrodden out of their misery and showed them the path to enlightenment. Eventually, Guru Gobind Singh Ji sounded the death knell of the caste and class system when he baptized his five beloved ones from the same bowl and then sipped Amrit from the same bowl himself. In a revolutionary manner he thus transformed the docile populace to a freedom-loving nation
“The Sikh Nation”.

Future of the Campaign

Sikh youth working along with Canadian Blood Services during blood donation campaign.

Campaign Volunteer

Volunteers of Sikh Nation working along with Canadian Blood Services staff .

Blood Donor

A Sikh Blood Donor  waiting for his turn during Blood Donation by Sikh Nation Campaign – a Campaign Against Genocide.

BE A PART OF MAKING HISTORY

Contact us

In the light of recent developments with COVID-19, appointment is required.
Book your appointment now: 778-309-4784 or  visit blood.ca/SikhNationBC

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