A short video of the key strength of the Nishkam Centre; it’s flourishing culture of volunteering. This is what has made this unique and challenging project a reality for all to see.
Starting from the construction of the site where volunteers provided more than £1.5m of ‘nishkam sewa’, to the day-to-day running and maintenance of the centre volunteers are the key. Contributions from the Chairman, Centre Director and the Project Manager give an insight into how the Nishkam Centre was built by the community, for the community and how it will continue to serve and regenerate the community, empowering individuals through selfless service.
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To view the Nishkam Centre’s Special Edition newsletter dedicated to The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2010 see below:
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