Melbourne-based Sikh Volunteers Australia have delivered tens of thousands of meals to those in need since the Covid-19 pandemic started.
'It's like a full military operation we have underway,' Jaswinder Singh says of Sikh Volunteers Australia (SVA).Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The operation has cooked and delivered an estimated 174,000 meals across the city since pandemic lockdowns began in 2020 - that's up to 1500 meals every day.
SVA home delivers meals to anyone in need and volunteers often drive long distances to distribute food in places impacted by floods and fires.
Last summer they visited bushfire-hit Gippsland, 120km east of Melbourne, and last March volunteers drove 12 hours to provide food during the NSW floods.
Melbourne-based Sikh Volunteers Australia (pictured) have delivered tens of thousands of meals to those in need since the Covid-19 pandemic started last year
Sikh Volunteers was established with 15 other first-generation migrants in 2014 and has since grown to more than