HINDU and Sikh communities in Huddersfield have raised money for the victims of the devastating floods in Bihar, India.
They have raised £3,200 from donations by both communities.
Mr Kundan Singh Aujla, president of the Sikh Temple in Springwood, said: “Millions of people have been stranded by the floods that swept Bihar and are living in makeshift shelters with a lack of basic amenities.”
Ms Kiran Bali, general secretary of the Hindu Temple, said: “The funds will be used for the delivery of food, shelter and medical supplies to support disease prevention measures and consolidation of existing efforts.”
Mr Inderpal Randhawa, stage secretary at the Sikh Temple said: “Members have donated generously for this worthy cause and other national causes, such as the £60,000 for Cancer Research earlier this year.”
Pictured are Ms Bali (front left) with the cheque and Karnail Singh Johal, Mr Randhawa, Mr Singh Aujla and Clr Mohan Sokhal along with temple representatives.