Communities come together to help the homeless and mark Sewa Day

Sewa Day volunteer with Deputy Mayor, Cllr Sally Bragg, at Hope 4.
Sewa Day volunteer with Deputy Mayor, Cllr Sally Bragg, at Hope 4.
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The Sikh, Bangladeshi and Indian communities came together to help the homeless to mark the fifth anniversary of Sewa Day.

The global initiative involves performing an act of kindness without expectation of reward and it is supported by the United Nations.

To honour and support Sewa on Sunday October 4, kind-hearted volunteers prepared and cooked meals using traditional recipes to serve at Hope 4 - a charity that helps homeless and badly-housed people in Rugby.

The event, held at Hope 4’s building in Newbold Road, Rugby, brought different groups of people together to share a meal and find out more about each other’s cultures.

To find out more about Sewa Day projects and the causes behind the initiative, go to www.sewaday.org
Sewa Day volunteers are pictured at Hope 4 with Deputy Mayor, Cllr Sally Bragg.