This winter we are hosting a Shoebox Appeal event in order to help those facing homelessness. Our aim is to not only gather donations and gifts, but to raise awareness.
GN550: Meaningful help to those who really need it
Since 2013, the teams at Midland Langar have been known for providing meaningful help and aid to people nationwide, as well as internationally. In October, we not only joyfully celebrated our 6-year anniversary of service, but managed to i ...
Take To The Skies With Our Latest Fundraiser
After weeks of continuous planning and preparation for our latest fundraising extravaganza, we finally reached the day itself on September 1st with enthusiasm and took to the skies to raise money for deserving local homeless projects within communities just like yours.
We're hiring. Administrative Assistant / Office Secretary needed!
Midland Langar Seva Society are currently searching for a highly motivated and dedicated individual who will join our in house office team as an Administrative Assistant/Office Secretary.
MLSS Bungee Jump Fundraiser
It is that time of year again Midland Langar Sever Society (MLSS) are pleased to announce our MLSS Bungee Jump to help raise funds for homeless projects.
MLSS are officially Cross City Heroes!
The Midland Langar Seva Society team have managed to outdo themselves once again, proving the project and team as a whole to be a vital and successful part of the wider Midlands communities today. As mentioned on the West Midlands Rail ...
Help the Homeless - MLSS Fundraising Walk
It is that time of year again Midland Langar Sever Society (MLSS) are pleased to announce our "5th" annual walk to help raise funds for homeless projects.
The Sikh charity which provides 12,000 free meals a week to homeless people.
Randhir Singh Heer and Parmjit Singh Bahyia, from Walsall, co-founded the ‘Midland Langar Seva Society’ in 2013, a Sikh charity which provides 12,000 free meals a week to homeless people.
Sikh helpers fear being driven out of Walsall by 'embarrassed' council.
A Sikh organisation - which has grown from feeding a handful of needy people in Walsall into a global service - fears it is being driven out of its home town.
Birmingham New Street Station to host Christmas Eve dinner for up to 200 homeless people.
Birmingham’s New Street Station is set to stage a special Christmas dinner for hundreds of homeless people. A section of the busy concourse will be transformed with rows of decorated tables, gift wrapped presents and a sumptuous three-course hot banquet courtesy of Midlands Langar Seva.