Harman Foundation

Founded in 2013 by Harinder and Maninder, after their own tragic loss left them thirsting for meaningful, sustainable support services, the Harman Foundation is modelled on a mission of delivering open, empathic support, guidance and reassurance to all multicultural community members. Since its inception,  the foundation has continued to evolve into a web of cost-free community support services, delivered by a committed group of volunteers, to address a range of individual and group needs, issues and concerns.

The foundation’s range of immediate and ongoing community support services include:

  • 24x7 telephone support line – counsellors ready to take your call, anytime
  • Harman Foundation Empowerment and Refuge House (HER House) - Subsidised medium-term accommodation for women escaping domestic violence
  • Support group meetings – weekly get-togethers where confidentiality is assured
  • Chaplaincy services – spiritually-grounded support and guidance
  • Bereavement services – assistance with funeral organisation and long-term support after a traumatic family loss
  • Family support services – seminars offering parenting and family harmony techniques
  • Seniors support services – respectful guidance for older community members
  • Food drives for the needy – nourishment and support for society’s less fortunate
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