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Question: Why does the Sikh Coalition matter to me?

The Sikh Coalition is the largest Sikh organization in the country.  With a staff of 9 full-time employees, we are fighting to ensure that every Sikh can continue to practice Sikhi fearlessly.  Whether that be by advocating for a Sikh's right to go to school without being bullied or by ensuring that a Sikh doesn't get fired because of his/her dastaar, the Sikh Coalition is fighting for YOU.  But we can't continue to do this work without the community's support. One way that we get that support is by hosting fundraisers, such as a Bowl-a-thon.

Can you support the Coalition's efforts by participating in this year's Houston Bowl-a-thon?
Can you ensure that Sikhs continue to feel safe and supported by creating a bowling team?
Can you "Bowl a Strike for Sikh Rights" by registering today?

The Bowl-a-thon takes place on Saturday, June 9 at Copperfield Bowling in Houston.  After registering, all you have to do is to raise $100 from your friends and family before June 9.  $100 gets you 2 hours of bowling, free shoe rental, pizza and soda.

 

Question: Why does the Sikh Coalition matter to me?
Answer: Because you ARE the Sikh Coalition!

To register, please visit: www.sikhcoalition.kintera.org/HoustonBowlathon.

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Manbeena Kaur
Education Director
The Sikh Coalition
www.sikhcoalition.org