Founder & CEO
Loveen Kaur Gill is a ‘believer’. She believes in herself, her surroundings, the universe and the connection between them. Loveen is an Entrepreneur (runs her own Public Relations firm), Motivational Speaker, Activist, Philanthropist, Freelance Writer and a Poet. She is an editor for Sonchirri Magazine, Founder of Canada’s first South Asian organization- Amar Karma, which highlights the need for organ donation. Loveen has over 10 years’ experience working and volunteering for different organizations such as Red Cross, William Osler Hospital and CML Health Care Laboratories.
Her mission is to normalize organ donation within entire human race, and she's already well on her way as the Founder and CEO at Amar Karma Organ Donation Society for having involved masses into the movement. The mission that began with her as the pioneer member has now spread throughout the community bringing over 100 volunteers on the team.
Amidst that mission, she is also the founder columnist of the English series “(because I was born) at Sonchirri Magazine, that also runs weekly in India’s prominent newspaper “Jagbani” in Punjabi, aimed at women empowerment and strengthening of ‘her’ individualism. The article is now running with contributions from women from all around the globe.
A Message from Loveen:
“There is a global shortage for organs, and we must not ignore this thought, as diseases come around without a notice. My loved ones or I can be on the wait list one day! Who knows? Death is inevitable and we do not choose disease, it comes our way. I aspire to connect the youth throughout the world with combined energy to normalize the concept of recycling ourselves to benefit the entire human race.
Everything in this world has a potential to be recycled, then why should we hesitate to leave a legacy after us? There is no factory to manufacture organs for transplants just as if we can get spare parts when our car breaks down. I see no reason as to why humanity should suffer when we all have help at our hands. The process is very simple, just to register yourself as a donor.
We, at Amar Karma aim to knock at every door to convey our message by branching out into different communities, by bringing as many languages as possible to the table to make our message easily conveyable to everyone around the globe. It is not about the numbers to raise but to reach that least person who hasn’t heard about what organ donation is.”