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The Sikh Helpline continues to receive a high volume of nationwide calls, issues ranging from grooming, domestic abuse through to racism and substance addiction and more recently an increase in call relating to suicide of young members of the community.

Due to cultural barriers and protection of “honour” within the community, such victims suffer in silence. With an understanding of these cultural issues and barriers, The Sikh Helpline offers a support network for these victims.


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Local community get on their bikes to help launch charity fundraiser with the Sikh Helpline - winner of The Sikh Awards "Sikh In Charity Award" .

Following on from last year’s successful charity bike ride, members of the local community are using pedal power to raise money for the Sikh Helpline charity fundraising campaign “Every Call Matters”.

Last year a total of 130 cyclists including priests, police officers, local business owners and teachers cycled across the West Midland to take part in the Sikh Helpline charity bike ride. A further 50 stewards volunteered from the community to assist with the set-up and organisation of the ride, all contributing to the success of the ride of this fundraising campaign. 

Please visit the Sikh Helpline website at to find out more about the bike ride and to sign up. If you would simply like to donate, you can do so by any of the following options:

a) Donate online at

b) Donate via cheque; payable to Sikh Helpline Please post donations to: Sikh Helpline, 86 Birmingham St, Oldbury, B69 4EB

Sikh Helpline

The Sikh Helpline (SHL) is a registered charity and works independently according to its own policies and mission statement. The helpline offers a free and confidential helpline service to those in need, regardless of whether the caller is of a Sikh background or not. Our service is one of listening and has developed expertise in dealing with cases covering, among many others:

Domestic abuse (sexual, physical or emotional)
Child abuse (sexual, physical or emotional)
Kakaar issues at school
Relationship issues
Substance abuse (including drugs and alcohol)
Depression and mental health issues.
SHL receives many calls from women and children who are suffering from domestic violence and abuse.

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