Harpreet Singh is a young individual from the city of Delhi who is a social worker and well known youth leader. He finished his higher education from the Westminster University of London and returned to India to use his skills and expertise in the field of social work, help and public support. Harpreet Singh is the founder of the very dedicated non Government organization called the India Together Foundation.
The India Together Foundation is delivering relief services and other help during the public health crisis that the Covid-19 pandemic has posed. Harpreet Singh has formulated a competent team that is hundred percent dedicated to solving problems with actionable and implementable methods and solutions. In Delhi, the organization is actively making emergency health equipment (oxygen cylinders and oxygen concentrators) and important medicines available to the people and families who need them.
The team has also curated certain awareness and informative programmes in order to promote disease control and prevention efforts. They are aimed at making the general public understand safety guidelines, precautions and other health details to keep in mind during this time. The India Together Foundation is also promoting hygiene and safety by ensuring that everyone has access to basic sanitizers, masks and gloves. They’ve carried on large scale distribution programmes where health and hygiene kits were given out to disadvantaged or underprivileged households of labourers, workers or other migrants in Delhi.
Founder Harpreet Singh strongly believes that a lot of change would be visible if coordinated efforts in the direction of resolving this crisis are continually and regularly made. “My organization India Together Foundation is just a part of the many efforts that are required to overcome the public health crisis that we are dealing with,” he said. Harpreet Singh has received a prestigious Certificate of Appreciation from the World Sikh Chamber of Commerce for his distinguished contribution to the society during the Covid-19 pandemic.