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Khalsa sewa society Holland existed since 2015,The idea was occurred in its members mind when the numbers of sikh congreations agitated on roads against the burnt of  Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji in Bibbel kalan.as well as many other places in Punjab India.
Khalsa sewa society Holland is an organization that works to build a world where anyone can get an education, and schools have the resources to reach any student eager to learn. Their process includes screening students who need funding, looking for schools that are under-equipped and understaffed, and to help students create networks of support. It enables donors worldwide to be a part of changing the world for a better tomorrow. The organization is also striving hard to create more inclusive societies by developing human capital. This requires investing in people through nutrition, health care, quality education, jobs and skills.

Its main focus is primarily to:

Educate the children of the poor families who have not enough sources of their Income in India​

Help the people who suffer from a serious illness but have no money in their pocket.

Help the disabled people by providing them with a wheelchair, walker, or a scooter

Help the poor parents of the young girls for their wedding arrangements.

Help the orphans /old people to provide them roofs/shelter with the house.

Help the victims of natural disaster/ floods/ epidemic/Tsunami civil or politicals war.​

It is a registerred organisation  under chamber of commerce Rotterdam Zuid Holland Netherland  Europe
as per
Khalsa sewa society Holland , registerred 69454450 on Address
Tasspad 2,
Postcode 3076WT Rotterdam
Netherland(Europe)

0031-634878712 Bhai Sarbjit singh  

Bank details :

khalsa sewa society Holland

Account :NL94ABNA0254383114

Swift :  ABNANL2A

Bank Adress abn amro bank

coolsingel 93 ,3012 AE Rotterdam

Netherland

​​Call us:

0031-645462641 

0031-634878712

0091-9814122945

www.info@kssh.nl

​Find us: 

Tassopad 2  ,

3076WT

Rotterdam 

Netherland

© 2019 by

Khalsa Sewa

Society Holland