Ujjaldidar Singh Memorial Foundation was formed in 1993 in memory of S. Ujjaldidar Singh. Ujjaldidar Singh was a young Amritdhari Sikh who took Amrit at the age of twelve. After he took Amrit, he participated in Amrit Sanchars as a Paheredaar, and did Sewa where he could. He was proud to be a Sikh.
The Foundation proudly participates in community service, community events, Kirtan Darbars, and parades. The Foundation also holds a Punjabi School in Granada Hills, two Sundays every month to teach young children Punjabi, Kirtan, Tabla, and Bhangra.
To support Sikh children through activities that educate and promote pride in their Sikh heritage and promote the understanding of Sikh religion and culture to others.