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Liv - Creating Next Generation Sikh Institutions

Saturday
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21
May
2011
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Since opening its doors to families in need in September 2010, the Seva Food Bank has distributed over 100,000 lbs of food to more than 400 families. Find out how a group of young Sikh-Canadians set out to create a permanent institution that brings together the local community to put the Sikh ideals of seva and sarbat da bhalla into service. Kulvir Singh will share his experiences in being a part of this initiative and the lessons learned along the way.

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Kulvir Singh Gill

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Kulvir Singh Gill is a gifted facilitator and strategist with over twenty years of experience in innovation, strategy, and sustainability.

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