This is an environmental notice to all our donors and those who support the charity. All donations need to be brought inside the charity’s premises during opening hours. We have a number of signs outside which inform the public that any donations outside will be considered fly tipping and you
Trauma workshop will be planned and scheduled to be run in the near future. Please register your interest as per poster below.
DOM has been providing a free counselling service for many years now and we thought we would share some feedback with the wider community.
It’s been another hectic and busy year at the Divine Onkar Mission, we want to say a huge thank you to our staff, patrons and volunteers for their passion and commitment, our supporters and donors for their kindness and the people we support for allowing us to be part
A great night hosted at the Prestige Suite Birmingham on 7th December
£28,000 was raised on the night with more donations still coming in. We will publish the total figure within the next two weeks. A huge thank you to the Prestige
DOM’s “All Yellow Army ” providing a helping hand as they bought fertiliser to distribute to the farmers that have lost their crops.
UPDATE – Punjab Floods 2019
UPDATE – Divine Onkar Mission's All Yellow Army providing a helping hand today as they bought fertiliser to distribute
A team DOM volunteers have gone to see some of the areas hit by the recent flood. Charanjit Singh, Kaptan Singh, Peter Mann and Herkomal Patara are there now witnessing the aftermath and helping some of those communities that are victims of this disaster.
They visited a village called
Kam Patara has done it again completing his wing walk fundraising challenge 26/09/19. He has raised over eight thousand pounds and still counting which will go towards a new school building as part of DOM education projects.
All the team at DOM congratulate and thank Kam for his passion and
The University of Birmingham hosted the UK’s Sikh community as they mark the 550th birth anniversary of the founder of the faith, Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
Speakers from across the Sikh community took part in a programme of workshops and talks. The focus being on prayer, service, education and dialogue.