The nation, and in particular the Sikh community of Wisconsin, is still recovering from the recent tragic shooting at the Oak Creek Sikh Temple.

Six members of the 400-person congregation were shot and killed at the Oak Creek Sikh Temple on Sunday – August 5th, in what officials are treating as a case of domestic terrorism and a hate crime.

“In this hour of grief, we thank the thousands of people around the globe who have offered their support and their prayers, and we encourage them to support those victims and families who are most in need. Together, we must work to repair our community and finally address the epidemic of violence in America,” said Amardeep Kaleka, who is the son of Satwant Singh Kaleka and founder of the website.

The six victims killed included five men: Satwant Singh Kaleka, 65, the founder of the temple; Prakash Singh, 39, an assistant priest; Sita Singh, 41; Ranjit Singh, 49; and Suveg Singh, 84; and one woman: Paramjit Kaur, 41.

Please support the Sikh Temple by clicking the Donate button below. All contributions will go directly to victims and the families who lost loved ones, or to those injured in the shooting, and to repairing the temple.  All donations received are tax deductible and will be routed directly through the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit (Tax ID # 39-1928829).

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