In Detroit, NYC, kindness comes one slice of pizza at a time

NEW YORK (AP) — Before the pandemic, Shalinder Singh spent Sundays at his Sikh temple helping with a community meal for 300 people or more in suburban Detroit. Now, he’s all about pizza. The owner of a pet products company and his family have been buying and delivering pizza to hospitals, police stations and fire departments since their temple suspended in-person services. Since early April, they’ve delivered more than 1,000 pies. So has his fellow Sikh, Japneet Singh, in New York City. The two are carrying on one of the strongest tenets of their faith: caring for others.