Philanthropy

Every workshop, life-coaching session and speaking engagement is centered around service.

Ms. Kamen is known for her ongoing documentary and counseling work to benefit a variety of individuals. Whether it’s supporting the Sulaxmi School for Girls in Lucknow, India or our military troops and their families throughout the world, Ms. Kamen plays a vital role in helping others sustain and maintain both their physical and emotional well-being.

Working with the Salus Foundation, Ms. Kamen utilized her 2008 film A Passage through India-Diamonds in the Rough, to help raise funds for the education of girls in India and continues to support that effort.

In 2010 Ms. Kamen founded the not for profit Harvesting Happiness for Heroes® Organization. As a 501 (c) (3) organization, HH4Heroes offers support to post combat troops suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Disorder (TBD) and a variety of other emotional and physical issues effecting veterans and their families by helping them rebuild a base point of happiness in life.

Ms. Kamen is launching the first HH4HEROES semi-annual, all expenses paid, therapeutic retreat scholarship program for PTSD troops and their spouses. Partnering with the acclaimed SUNDANCE Resort in UT and the renowned Wounded Warrior Project, Ms. Kamen has created a unique 4 day program with workshops, yoga, outdoor therapeutic activities and entertainment to honor our post combat troops while offering them new opportunities to begin rebuilding happiness in their lives.

Ms. Kamen also works with national philanthropic organizations such as the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Hospital to offer happiness counseling, coaching and aid to their members.

The Harvesting Happiness Company is humbled and honored to offer assistance to those in need with our esteemed partners.

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