LONDON, United Kingdom—The London based Sikh Service Organization (SSO), a leading organization providing food and clothing to homeless people in Manchester, was reportedly awarded with the Queen’s award for its volunteer service on June 2.
Sharing the development with media, the Investment Manager Pritpal Singh Makan said that the SSO provides food, clothing and assistance to homeless, needy and unfortunate people in Piccadilly Gardens of Central Manchester every Sunday. “In addition, it also works with many charitable organizations,” he added.
“SSO’s work has been noted by the local press to create a positive impact on life, which accounts for its increasing number of homelessness on Manchester streets,” informed Pritpal Singh Makan while adding that it has volunteers from all backgrounds and religions.
Announcing the list of awardees on June 2, the Department of Culture, Media & Sports said the award is the highest given to volunteer groups in the United Kingdom to recognize exceptional service within their communities.