The world’s first free-to-air Sikh faith television channel
The Sikh Channel is a United Kingdom-based, free-to-air, Sikhi-focused satellite television channel. It broadcasts across Europe on satellite television, in Canada and is also streamed live on the internet. The Sikh Channel began to broadcast on 13 April 2009 on Sky channel 768.
The Sikh Channel has been running on the faith of the Sangat since we started the channel. It is through your donations that we have been able to achieve the status of pioneers of Sikh media, serving the panth on a platform that can be easily reached by millions. So please help us to spread the teachings of the Gurus around the world.
Any appeals made for a specific cause will have some costs for the Sikh Channel broadcast and delivery of Aid
The deductions varies from project to project between 10% to 40%
Sikh Channel Aid
Sikh Channel Aid was established in the United Kingdom in 2013 as a branch of Sikh Channel Community Broadcasting Company Limited (Charity No.1136163) in response to the humanitarian requirements of the global Sikh community.
Sikh Channel Aid’s work is governed by the teachings of the Sikh faith, such as compassion, empathy, generosity and helping others in need. This is implemented through emergency responses and eliminating poverty and its causes by developing innovative and sustainable solutions that enable individuals and their communities to live with dignity.
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