Our Mission

Sikh Channel Aid (SCA) is a relief and development agency that became established in the United Kingdom in 2013. SCA is a branch of Sikh Channel Community Broadcasting Company Limited (Charity No 1136163). SCA works in response to the humanitarian requirements of the global Sikh community and widespread communities internationally. We work very closely with the Sikh Channel which is the first free-to-air television platform of its kind for both Sikh’s and non-Sikh’s.

SCA’s work is governed by the teachings of the Sikh faith. They are predominantly; Kirat Karo (doing honest work), Naam Japo (Remember God/Meditate) and Vand Chhako (Seva, share what you have with others). We implement these teachings through emergency responses to natural disasters and by helping to eliminate poverty and its causes through developing sustainable solutions.

As SCA develops and blossoms our vision is the alleviation of poverty, education for all and that those in need have a provision of basic amenities. SCA would like to create a world where charity and compassion produce justice, self-reliance and human development. Through commitment, projects, volunteers, compassion and most importantly donations, SCA believes this goal is achievable.

SCA values; compassion and sensitivity to others needs and conditions; empowerment of people to recognise their own potential; justice for all by considering the rights of people and treating them with the dignity and respect they deserve regardless of their ethnic background.


Sikh Channel Aid’s values are compassion and sensitivity to others’ needs and condition; empowerment of people to realise their own potential; justice for all by considering the rights of people and treating them with the dignity and respect they deserve regardless of their ethnic background.

Faith Inspired Relief

Our humanitarian relief is implemented through emergency responses and eliminating poverty and its causes by developing innovative and sustainable solutions that enable individuals and their communities to live with dignity.

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Meet Our Team

Mr Davinder Bal

CEO of DBS Law, Founder of Claim Today Solicitors, Founder/Chairman of Sikh Channel and Sikh Channel Aid, Philanthropist

Dr Raminderpal Singh

SCA Board Member

Dr Singh is passionate about the democratization and effective application of health data for the benefit of patients and society. Dr Singh focuses on technology start-ups globally in the areas of genomics and personalised (personalized) healthcare. These are typically precision medicine, big data/informatics/analytics, and/or IT companies who are looking to enhance R&D and/or enhance patient treatment.

Mr Sukhjit Grewal

SCA Board Member

An innovative, resourceful, strategic and results driven senior professional development and membership professional with extensive experience in working with professional bodies, regulators, awarding bodies and the commercial sector. Has a proven track record in developing and implementing solutions and strategies within the highly competitive membership body sector. A leader with considerable experience of managing a team of managers. Has a sound understanding of environmental and operational issues. Possess project management, extensive negotiation and analytical skills with expertise in key account management, external stakeholder management, sales and marketing. A personable, learner / member-focused professional, with strong communication and interpersonal skills with a proven ability to build and develop excellent client relations and help organisations solve complex problems to maintain best-in-class service and exceed commercial goals.

Mr Aman Bansal

SCA Board Member

Aman Bansal joined the Board of Sikh Channel Aid (SCA) in February 2017.

Aman Bansal is originally from Nairobi, Kenya, where his family has always been involved in supporting charitable causes. This was instilled into Aman from a young age, by his late grandfather, S. Bawa Singh Bansal of Messrs Bansal Brothers Limited (Kenya).

Aman operates within the property industry in London, and his principal business activity is property development. He is also a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Aman operates at Director level for various institutions both in the UK and overseas.

In 2013 he was named Young Property Professional of the Year –by the Estates Gazette (published in London). Aman has several other accolades from both commercial institutes and charitable organisations worldwide.

Aman holds a degree in Real Estate Management from the University of Oxford Brookes.

Mr Mahajan

Executive Director at JP Morgan

Born in Nairobi, Kenya. Studied Engineering at University College London and have been working in the City since graduating in 1989. Currently live in West London (Osterley). Married with and 2 children - daughter studying Dentistry at Kings College London and son reading Economics at London School of Economics. Hobbies: Golf and Cricket.

Mr Kumar Kartik

Head of Production and Programming

Miss Sonia Sidhu

Project and Operations Manager

Mr Karan Dhanoya

Operations and Administration

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