Rest in Peace Deputy Singh

We at UNITED SIKHS are deeply saddened by the loss of our Homeland Security Director, Deputy Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal, who was shot while conducting a traffic stop on 9/27/2019. He proudly served Harris County, Texas as a 10 year veteran. In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Maria, he led a team of UNITED SIKHS volunteers to provide disaster relief to those in need across Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico. In Punjab India, he led the effort to help us provide humanitarian aid for farmers working to survive a record drought.

UNITED SIKHS established this fund for Deputy Singh's wife and three young children to help support their educational needs and to continue his aspirations to uplift humanity and his fellow first-responders. Our legal department is also working with local authorities to ensure the assailants behind this heinous crime will be brought to justice. Please keep following us on social media for the latest updates on his funeral and candlelight prayer vigil. Comments posted on our page are appreciated and will be shared on a card presented to the family #RestInPeaceDeputySingh

Recent News Coverage: Deputy Dhaliwal's family receives $600K from UNITED SIKHS fundraiser, 'HERO' fund launched (CBS/KHOU 11 TV HOUSTON, TEXAS)
Commissioner Adrian Garcia said Deputy Dhaliwal dreamt of creating the fund when he met a Texas police officer who could not pay for roof repairs after Harvey.

HOUSTON — The family of fallen Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal and a fund launched in his honor received $600,000 from UNITED SIKHS. The checks were presented to Deputy Dhaliwal’s wife and father after his funeral. The group also announced the launch of The Deputy Dhaliwal HERO Fund (Honoring Emergency Response Officers).

Commissioner Adrian Garcia said Deputy Dhaliwal dreamt of creating the fund when he met a Texas police officer who could not pay for roof repairs after Hurricane Harvey. His family is the first beneficiary of the fund.

"The Deputy Dhaliwal HERO Fund was Sandeep's dream to help first responders who are affected in the line of duty or in need of emergency funds," Commissioner Garcia said. "This was his dream to uplift humanity and his fellow first-responders as well as their families in their time of need."

First responders are able to request emergency funds directly on the UNITED SIKHS' website. To learn more about the HERO fund, please visit:

See the story on CBS/KHOU 11:

You may obtain information about charities by calling (212) 416-8686.

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