Our Foundation



                I started this foundation in 2013 with the main objective of helping the underprivileged and needy people in the areas of medical, educational, and youth developments, including helping underprivileged yet very talented young golfers.

                It had always been instilled in me throughout my upbringing to help people, especially those in our society who needs our help the most, and to help the underprivileged.  My inspiration in helping people are my grandparents.  Furthermore, I have always and firmly believe in giving back to the society, which my faith of Sikhism had always taught me.

                Just to name a few projects of the Gaganjeet Bhullar Foundation, the Gaganjeet Bhullar Foundation did a 2-day free cancer check camp and the distribution of free medicines at the village "Kandila" in Gurdaspur, Punjab in 2014.  Some of our projects currently in the planning/organizing stage now is a free Eye Check-Up Camp and the setting up a clean water plant in some of the remote and poverty-sticken villages in the State of Punjab, India

                Apart from these medical/vision projects, the Gaganjeet Bhullar Foundation had also helped underprivileged, yet extremely talented young golfers so they may have an opportunity to develop their talent and have access to the game of golf.  There are many extremely talented young golfers from many small villages and towns in India who are, sadly, being hindered from showing their true talents and skills because of economic limitations and lack of guidance. 

                To present, the Gaganjeet Bhullar Foundation have helped potential and extremely good junior golfers, including providing them with their basic tools such as shoes and proper golf equipment.   In fact, a few of these very talented and skillful golfers are making our country (India) very proud.  Just to name a few, firstly, Shubham Janglan had won the 2014, 2015 junior world masters. He is by far the best sub junior golfer in India.  He also won the 2014, 2015, and 2016 Asia Pacific Junior Golf Tournament and all of the junior tournaments in India.   Secondly, Aman Raj turned professional golfer last year.  Aman Raj had played consistently well on the Indian Tour.before turning professional.  He is in the Top 3 Amateurs in the country.  He represented India at Nomura Cup and Eisenhower Trophy.

                With your help, we can continue to touch the lives of many.  Thank you in advance for your support.

                                                                                    Very truly yours,


                                                                                    Gaganjeet Bhullar