Harman Foundation is a highly culturally responsive and respective service that provides assistance to members of the community who are subject to emotional trauma, anxiety, stress and suffering. The charitable activities has supported the community for several years through providing a safe space to discuss complex trauma, a space for healing, a space for open communication and a safe place to seek help, relief and aid.
Modelled on a mission of delivering open, empathic support, guidance, and reassurance to all community members irrespective of race, religion or creed, we dream of a safe, caring and harmonistic multicultural society for all.
Fancy a Cuppa?
Harman Foundation is proud to share their newest initiative, launched on the 23rd September with the community, was inaugurated by Federal Member of Parliament Honourable Michelle Rowland. Thank you Ms Rowland for your ongoing support. “Share change changes lives” – Fancy a Cuppa (a mobile Coffee Van), which has been made a possibility through existing community support. This coffee van provides the Harman Foundation with a pathway to creating more powerful change within communities, a means to continue offering valuable and responsive support as well as addressing structural issues. The proceeds from Fancy a Cuppa Coffee Van will be used to fund Harman Foundation to continue providing critical crisis, intermediate and long-term support.
Founders Mrs. Harinder Kaur and Mr. Maninder Singh, continue their efforts to address the support needs of a range of victim survivor community members. The foundation has had ongoing support from Blacktown Workers club, Multicultural NSW Govt,
RJC Ministry Centre (blessing tents), a large cohort of selfless volunteers and the support of the community.
We kindly ask community members to spare their change and donate to our cause – spare change, changes lives.
More about Harman Foundation:
The foundation’s range of immediate and ongoing community support services include but are not limited to:
- 24×7 Telephone Crisis Line
- Support Group Meetings
- Direct Peer Support
- Chaplaincy Services
- Bereavement Services
- Family Support Services
- Seniors Support Services
- Disability Support Services
- Food For the Needy
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 needs, issues and concerns.
We provide on the ground support through research into the causes and solutions, dissemination of informational and educational literature, seminars and workshops, liaison with other organisations, telephone/ web support, direct counselling among more services as needed by the community.
This foundation organises a weekly distribution on each Thursday at Alpha Park Blacktown NSW Sydney Australia.
To support our mission, please find out more about donation options on our website. If you would like to volunteer or support us in other ways, please get in touch and strengthen our vision.
1800 116 675