Thank you for your donations!
Domestic Harmony Foundation is a community-based organization committed to promoting peace, safety, and harmony in families by providing support and guidance. DHF aims to fill the immense void in concrete services for South Asian, Middle Eastern, and Muslim women and children who are seeking relief from domestic violence and other human rights violations. read more…
The Domestic Harmony Foundation (DHF) has been selected as the 2014 recipient of the Nassau County Bar Association’s Liberty Bell Award. The Nassau County Bar Association presents this award each year to a non-lawyer individual or group that has distinguished itself in increasing awareness and adherence to the American system of laws.
Dear DHF Supporter,
As a unique non-profit community based organization, DHF provides direct service support to South Asian and Middle Eastern survivors of Domestic Violence on Long Island through our helpline, support groups and individual mental health counseling. On a community level, DHF hosts educational, outreach and prevention programs aimed at creating awareness, eliminating the stigma and breaking the intergenerational cycle of abuse.
DHF is assisting our client families to get FOOD DONATIONS, with thanks to partner community groups during COVID 19!
“It was a relief to receive cooking oil, wheat four, rice, lentils, condiments, milk, cereal, bread and kids’ snacks and activities delivered to my home! I have the basics to create cultural meals for my kids that bring us happiness and comfort during these uncertain times, when I don’t always have the ability to buy these things. I know that I am not alone in this pandemic and I am grateful to DHF for such support.”
~ J. M. (DHF Client with 4 children) ~
With the cancelation of our annual fundraiser luncheon due to the pandemic, your generous contribution during this challenging time is critical. As DHF does not receive county, state or federal funding, providing crucial services will not be possible without the support of compassionate and caring individuals like you.
DHF members at a TV discussion panel