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Our journey started back in 2013 in Walsall town centre with a handful of dedicated volunteers serving 50 meals servings per week.

Today MLSS are blessed to be from 24 City locations, with over 400 volunteers, a fleet of transport and a Bus. Today’s feed MLSS serve over 30,000 meals per week. In 2013 MLSS was inspired by Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Vandkeh Shakna, to share what you have with others. MLSS was formed with some volunteers.

The inspiration and vision continued and spread into Birmingham, Wolverhampton, from the Midlands, then afterwards other locations such as London, Bristol, Blackpool. There were no shortage of volunteers, and donations were plenty and gratefully received. As a result, MLSS attracted the attention of businesses, partners and the media. As the expansion grew MLSS were truly humbled when nominated for awards for contributions to Britain.    

MLSS is a non-profit organisation need funding to support the following projects and we rely on support from you. 

West Bromwich
Leamington Spa
Milton Keynes
Southall (London)
Acton (London)
Slough (London)


As the expansion grew MLSS were truly humbled when nominated for awards for contributions to Britain

  • Queens Award for Voluntary Service Group MBE (June 2018) 
  • Prime ministers Point of Light Award (January 2018)
  • TSB Local Pride of Birmingham (April 2017)
  • Local Awards across UK 2013 (2018) 

In 2017 MLSS launched its biggest project to date, the ‘Guru Nanak Dev Ji Langar Bus’, allowing our teams to now travel and accommodate to poverty-stricken areas and give service users the chance to move away from the cold to be in a warm and safe environment, even if just for a little while.  Since then the Bus has been used for community events, covid mobile centre and feeding those in need.

In 2021 MLSS launched the Dent Health van, the purpose of this was to provide free health checks to those who need it.  This is complimented by our team of professional doctors and dentists who help run this project.  To date the van has been traveling around UK providing the free check up to service users.


UK Projects

Shoebox Appeal

We are asking for people to prepare a shoebox of gifts for someone who is facing homelessness or hardship, with items such as: TOILETRIES Shampoo

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MLSS Training

Previous image Next image MLSS recently arranged training for our 42 area managers and coordinators from up and down the country to give them assurance

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MLSS Soccer Aid

Welcome to the exciting world of celebrity football and powerlifting! Get ready for an electrifying event that combines the athleticism of football with the raw

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Street to Feet

Supporting the homeless is the foundation of where it all began for MLSS. Throughout the years we have supported those on the streets by providing

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Somerset Flood Relief

Somerset, Flood Relief

January 2014 saw large areas of Somerset affected by major flooding and a major incident was declared. Local authorities were organising emergency evacuations, setting up

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MLSS also provide education to Schools, Colleges, Universities, and Organisations. This entails Sikh ethos, MLSS organisation, services provided, and how you can get involved. This

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Dental Van

DentHealth Van

Autumn 2021 saw the launch of theMLSS DentHealth van, providing vital dental and basic health care to those in need. All services are provided free

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Covid-19 Relief

Covid-19 Support

The Covid 19 virus created what was by far the largest and most detrimental pandemic the UK has ever seen. Sadly over 100 thousand people

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The Community Hub

The MLSS Community Hub was opened in 2021 by John Fury; father of two-time heavyweight boxing world champion Tyson Fury. The Community Hub is located

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Street feeds

Street feeds are the bread and butter of what we at MLSS do. Providing free meals every day to anyone who needs it. It all

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