Initiated by S. Hardeep Singh and S.Resham Singh who started the sewa at the Los Angeles Annual Marathon back in 2002; the current sewadhars are S. Prem Singh, S. Sarbjit Singh S. Amarjit Singh, S. Surinderjit Singh, S. Jaspreet Sigh, S. Harinder Singh, S. Kaviraj Singh, S. Jasneet Kaur and S. Iqbal Singh. S Prem Singh and their many colleagues have been regularly doing sewa at the several of the water stations on the route of the marathon for the last 15 years. Starting with one water station, today this group of Sikh American volunteers manages 23 water stations (stops) with the help of an additional 120 volunteers. Not only the runners from across the nation but also international runners and over 25,000 visitors who are appreciative of the volunteer service provided by the Sikh Americans of the greater Los Angeles area. This annual sewa has not only garnered the attention but also the goodwill of the general public over the years. The American Sikh Council applauds all these sewadhars who have put in their sincere effort to highlight the Sikh Faith through the message of sewa in action to the general public.