Harman Foundation raised $54000 through fundraising dinner

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Harman Foundation hosted their second annual fundraising dinner on February 10, 2018 at Bowman Hall in Blacktown which was attended by over 550 people.


Harman Foundation’s  mission is to provide free confidential, non-judgmental support to families and individuals in crisis. Since its conception in 2013, Harman Foundation has established a 24/7 helpline, a hospital and prison chaplain service and homeless food drives.

Their largest initiative is the Safe Home project which will provide transitional housing for women and children affected by domestic violence.

Maninder Singh and Harinder Kaur cofounded Harman Foundation with support of family and friends as a tribute to their son Harman who at 27, passed away in a car crash.

Harman foundation regularly conducts educational health seminars and celebrates diversity annually with Harmony Day.

Harman Foundation’s fundraising dinner was organized in effort  to raise money for the company vehicle and the  establishment of the Safe Home Project. The programme started with music from the group Makindu.

The function was attended  by a number of  parliamentarians including MP Michelle Rolland of Greenway, Kevin Conolly MP member for Riverstone, the Consulate General of India Sydney Vanlavawna and Councillor Moninder Singh representing Mayor of Blacktown City Council.

MP Michelle Rolland appreciated the accomplishments of Harman Foundation and contributed $7500 to the purchase of a company vehicle.

Along with dinner the night hosted an auction which raised over $8000 as well as traditional Indian dance and songs by various teams including BASS Queens, Rooh Punjab De, NIPA, Kuljeet Sandhu and Jaggi Singh.

Harman Foundation  expressed gratitude to their dedicated team of volunteers, patrons and sponsors including Star Car Wash, Clubs NSW, Signature group of companies, Everex, Golden Grain Mills, Raine & Horne, Tejinder Kaur Arora, Balwinder Kaur Gujral (JB Mobiles), Central Equity Melbourne, Dr Amar Saluja and Waratah Estate Agents , NBMLHD Multicultural Health Services, Relationships Australia, Australian Sikh Association, Sydwest, Alex Homes, Department of Justice NSW for Chaplaincy Services, Sikh Grammer School, Sikh Youth Australia, Labour Party NSW, Turban Academy and many more for their overwhelming support and help  in raising an amount over $54,000.

The Volunteer of the Year Award 2017-18 was presented to Mukhtiar Singh  and Ranjit Singh Khera  was presented with  the , “Ambassador of the Sikh Community” for their invaluable contribution towards community Services.

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