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Harman Foundation- To “go through” grief is also to “grow through” grief.

July 28, 2014

The Harman foundation was established in memory of Harman Preet Singh to honour his legacy and what he stood for. Harman was born on the 9th of February 1985 to proud parents Harinder and Maninder. Living in Punjab, India for the first 6 years of his life, culture remained engrained in Harman’s morals and ethics his entire life.

Moving to Australia in 1991, Harman faced many challenges being a Sikh boy in a vastly different community. In time, he came to flourish and strive despite adversity in his life. Harman graduated from the University of NSW with a double degree in commerce and law and went on to develop a career through hard work and perseverance in the finance industry.

Tragically while returning from a holiday, on the 5th of October 2012, he passed away during a motor vehicle accident, leaving his parents and siblings shocked and beyond devastation. What inspired the creation of the Harman foundation was Harman’s strong moral character that never wavered throughout his life and the immense support that surrounded the family as soon as the tragedy struck. Harman Preet Singh was a devotee in the purest sense. His purpose was simple, to serve those closest to him, and he knew that he could only truly serve if he was firstly the shining pillar of his family. A pure soul, humble in his speech and actions, lives on in our hearts.

Harman Foundation gives a helping hand to families in grief and loss .It provides assistance to members of the community who are subject to anxiety, stress and/or suffering caused through unforeseen circumstances, due to loss of a family member. It also Promote family/parenting seminars to increase awareness about mental health and family values

Harman Foundation Helping Hands was officially launched by Michelle Rowland (Shadow Minister for Citizenship and Multiculturalism Shadow Assistant Minister for Communications)on 20th July 2014 at Blacktown Bowman Hall at Teeyan 2014. It raised $2700 for Westmead Children Hospital and hoping to raise up to $5000 in a month through donations.

Please click on the below link if you wish to join Harman Foundation
https://www.harmanfoundation.org.au/index.php/join-us