Someone needs to speak for the community to petition for change and give hope. When you have the ability to voice your concerns, and that of the community, do so with a passion for voice can heal a country. Volunteering is a great way to get to know and serve your community better, fulfill your life's purpose, and develop personal and professional skills. Ravi Singh has always spared his time to help a good cause.
Ravi Singh volunteered as the spokesperson for the Illinois Sikh Community. This was after August 5, 2012, mass shooting that took place at the gurdwara (Sikh temple) in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, United States, where 40-year-old Wade Michael Page fatally shot six people and wounded four others. A seventh victim died of his wounds in 2020, making the total deaths from the incidence 7. Dr. Ravi Singh was involved in this incidence since he understands the peril of racial profiling.
He also volunteered at the Boy Scouts of America. Dr. Ravi Singh has always desired to help improve the lives of every member of society regardless of their current status. He believes in equal chances for everyone. For instance, he actively offers motivational and monetary support to noble causes such as Boys Scotts of America. The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations, providing programs for young people that build character.