About Harmony

HARMONY FOR SILVERS FOUNDATION

Harmony for Silvers Foundation, founded in 2004 by Tina Anil Ambani, is a non-government organisation working to enhance the quality of life of the elderly in India. It envisages India’s elderly as ‘Silver Citizens’—vital and proud. Harmony’s mission is to create an environment where silvers, irrespective of their cultural beliefs, can retain their dignity, self-respect, pride and self-confidence.

Our facets

Harmony, the magazine

India’s only lifestyle and empowerment publication for Silvers, it features test-drives of products and services, technology, health, travel, books, hobbies, legal help, inspiring profiles, puzzles, and national and international news.







www.harmonyindia.org, the portal

It highlights the resources and opportunities at hand for seniors in India and offers viewers a special classifieds section, a chance to submit their profile and make new friends, and access to archives of Harmony  magazine.









Harmony Interactive Centre for Silver Citizens, in South Mumbai

Equipped with a library, recreational area and canteen, the centre offers yoga, computer training, laughter club sessions, health check-ups and talks and workshops on finance, legal rights, self-defence and spirituality for its nearly 500 members.






The Harmony Senior Citizens’ Run

Held at the Hutch Delhi Half Marathon and Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon annually, about 2,500 to 2,700 seniors take part in the run, which aims to showcase the potential of Silvers. The next run is at the Hutch Delhi Half Marathon in Delhi on 28 October 2007 and registration is now open. Go to www.hdhm.indiatimes.com for details.






Harmony Holidays

This exclusive travel service, in collaboration with Yatra Travels for domestic travel and Bombay Travels for international travel, is specially designed with no hectic schedules, senior-friendly menus and discounted fares.








Research Division

Set up to conduct scientific studies on ageing and promote gerontology and strengthen policy research and advocacy, our monographs and reports are widely disseminated among policymakers, bureaucrats, NGOs, researchers, teachers and students working in areas related to ageing.

Harmony for Silvers Foundation is determined to promote sound and forward-looking strategies and mechanisms to enhance the abilities and participation of Silver citizens in the overall development of society. Our plans for the future include establishing more interactive centres across the country and offering more customised services for Silvers.





Contact Harmony

4th Floor, Maker Chambers IV, Nariman Point, Mumbai-400021.
Tel: 91-22-22785423 (editorial), 22785472 (marketing).
Email:contact.mag@harmonyindia.org