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Thursday, October 28, 2010.

Thursday October 28, 2010, SurSagar held its 16th Anniversary at Chandni Banquet Hall as well as announcing their future projects. Amritvir Kaur and Jaytagan Kaur represented the GGSCF at the event and acknowledged the generosity of organizations like SurSagar that the children/youth can contact so many people in the community. A special mention was made of last year’s Run Across Canada and all the coverage the radio and TV station provided Read more…

Saturday, October 23, 2010.

gurunanakwalk1 The Guru Nanak Walk is an annual event organized by members of the Guru Gobind Singh Children’s Foundation. This year’s walk was held on October 23 and took place along the Don River Trail. Read more…

Friday, October 1, 2010.

Recently the GGSCF was introduced to a new great initiative that was assembled by members of the community to embody some of Sikhism’s main tenants and in essence contribute to the general outcry of less fortunate human beings. This newly developed initiative of Sikhs Serving Canada, a registered not-for-profit organization, is the Seva Food Bank that has recently opened up in Mississauga, Ontario. They act on the basic Sikh tenets of sarbat da bhalla (the well-being of all) and Read more…

Sunday, September 26, 2010.

stwm_2010Bright and early on Sunday September 26th, many individuals from the GGSCF set out to complete the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront marathon. Although the sun had yet to rise, these individuals gathered together to take on one of the most enduring physical activities of their lifetime. As the marathoners and half-marathoners assembled at the start line the group gathered to wish each other all the best. Read more…

Tuesday, September 21, 2010.

August 21, 2010, many youth across the Greater Toronto Area participated in the first-ever GGSCF Fun Day Mini-Olympics. The event took place at Bhagat Puran Singh Park directly behind Scarborough Gurudwara. Just over 180 youth ages 5 to 14 participated in the Fun Day festivities. Majority of the participants were from the G.S. United Soccer Club. Participants continued to register until 12 pm. After the registration was complete, the participants took part in the opening ceremonies of the event. Each of the Read more…

Sunday, August 1, 2010.

cst001 July 31, 2010, the GGSCF were invited by Brampton Punjabi Sports Club and Harjit International Sports Club to attend the 11th Annual Ontario Kabaddi Championship that took place at the Sikh Lehar Gurdwara Grounds. The weather was excellent as thousands enjoyed kabaddi with participants from all age groups. The organizers recognized the GGSCF for the Read more…

Sunday, July 25, 2010.

simg_1508 July 24, 2010, the Guru Gobind Singh Children’s Foundation held its annual seniors trip to Niagara Falls, Ontario. Thirty three highly excited seniors along with twelve volunteers boarded the bus which left from Scarborough Gurdwara early in the morning. The seniors were surprised and happy to visit our first stop, Burlington Gurdwara, which many of the seniors have Read more…

Saturday, July 17, 2010.

Today, July 17, 2010, is the 11th Anniversary of the Guru Gobind Singh Children’s Foundation. Eleven years ago the volunteers of the GGSCF stood on Parliament Hill, at the completion of the Toronto to Ottawa run. One year ago, the GGSCF volunteers were back on Parliament Hill on the way to completing the Children’s Run Across Canada. What’s next?

Monday, July 12, 2010.

cansikh2 July 11, 2010, volunteers of the GGSCF attended the annual CanSikh Kabaddi Tournament which took place at Wildwood Park in Malton. The tournament which takes place over the course of two days has been attended by the Foundation for the past several years and spectators often contribute generously to the change collection. Those who turned out to watch enjoyed both the kabaddi and the samosas, chick peas, naan and jalabees – many of which the Read more…

Thursday, July 1, 2010.

canada_day-_group_2 July 1, 2010, the GGSCF took part in the Canada Day celebrations at the parade in Scarborough. About 70 children/youth/parents took part in front of hundreds of on lookers. The GGSCF handed out candy and balloons to young children along the route. All were very happy to see other children giving treats. The Sanjha Virsa Academy also had children doing bhangra along the route that was much enjoyed by the multi-cultural crowd Read more…