Midland Langar Seva Society...
is an organisation to help the those in need around the UK. The charity was established October 2013 in Walsall providing hot food and drink to those living on the street, schools, safe houses and those on the poverty line. MLSS operates on Sikh based ethos, where we help and support all people regardless of social status.
Langar is the term used in the Sikh religion or in Punjab for general or common kitchen / canteen where food is served for free, without prejudice regardless of race, religion, and background.
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Sikh helpers fear being driven out of Walsall by 'embarrassed' council.
Volunteers serve up to 100 meals a day to poverty-stricken and homeless people in Walsall.
Birmingham New Street Station to host Christmas Eve dinner for up to 200 homeless people
Birmingham’s New Street Station is set to stage a special Christmas dinner for hundreds of homeless people. A section of the busy concourse will be transformed with rows of decorated tables, gift wrapped presents and a sumptuous three-course hot banquet courtesy of Midlands Langar Seva.
The Sikh charity which provides 12,000 free meals a week to homeless people.
Randhir Singh Heer and Parmjit Singh Bahyia, from Walsall, co-founded the ‘Midland Langar Seva Society’ in 2013, a Sikh charity which provides 12,000 free meals a week to homeless people.
Truly great people who give it their all to help all.Pete Gill, Facebook Review
This warms up my heart. Birmingham is by far the most giving city I’ve ever lived in.Didi Zheleva, Facebook Review
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