Our Mission & Vision

LET’S SHARE A MEAL is a mission inspired by Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s [Sikh's First Guru] sakhi “Sacha Sauda”. Guru Nanak Dev Ji bought and distributed food among saints and poor with money that his father gave him to start the business. Walking on the same line, LET’S SHARE A MEAL team has been taking food to homeless shelters and other distribution centers across tri-state area since 2012

It's experience over previous years has been extremely humbling and sharing meal with broader community across racial and class lines has given a glimpse of understanding “Sacha Sauda”. LET’S SHARE A MEAL is encouraged with its experience, feedback and humility of sharing meal, that it plans to take this mission across state lines in US and across country lines around the world. ..

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Let’s Share A Meal

“LET’S SHARE A MEAL” event to serve food (Langar) to around 7000 people in 65+ homeless shelters across the Tri-state area.

The program will continue for the whole day Saturday (18th Nov 2017) and Sunday (19th Nov 2017) as we prepare and serve food to homeless shelters from 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM. All the meals will be prepared at NNJ Gurudwara Langar Hall with preparation work starting as early as Friday evening

As you can imagine, we need your tremendous support for this noble cause. You can provide your support by volunteering for preparing and distributing Langar to these homeless shelters.

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Up Coming Event

By LSM Team November 18&19, 2017
Year 2017, “LET’S SHARE A MEAL” is extending its drive to warm hearts and bellies across cities, states and continental boundaries. Like last year this year also, organization is prepared to step ahead and reach out to people in shelters across tri-state (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut), Riverside California, Boston Massachusetts, New Delhi India and Sydney California. All places will be served with warm meals on 18th & 19th Nov 2017. The idea is to spread Guru Nanak’s message of VAND CHAKKHNA (Share with others), one of the fundamental principle of Sikhism.

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