A successful and well established immigrant, Harpreet is well known for his generosity and volunteer work for numerous charities in the community and on an international scale. He is an actively involved member of the Indo-Canadian community, and continuously finds ways to give back to the place where he works and lives. Notably, his sizeable donation of $500,000 to the William Osler Health Centre in 2007, one of Canada’s largest hospitals, drew praise and distinction from the Federal Government of Canada, the Provincial Government of Ontario and the community at large.

Harpreet’s core values consist of a strong belief in charity work, and presenting opportunities to the underprivileged. He supports various schools, individual students and families in India, in hopes of fulfilling their needs and fostering them to lead a better life. Harpreet’s tireless efforts to help those less fortunate and deserving, has also lead him to work with numerous eye care hospitals, including KK Eye Institute in India. Harpreet generously donates to local and international religious centres including mandirs, temples, gurdwaras and mosques based on humanitarian grounds. As a member of Lions Club, Harpreet has participated in raising funds for Canadian National Institute for the Blind. He has also supported various other charities such as Sick Kids Foundation, BAPS, Centennial foundation, Pakistan Earthquake Relief, along with several others charities in Canada and India. Harpreet is also the Founding Director of Canadian Fallen Soldiers Foundation, a charity dedicated to assisting families of our fallen soldiers.

Most recently, Harpreet supported the Salvation Army ‘Toy Mountain’ campaign in December 2011 with a $10,000 donation toward the purchase of Toys for needy children. The presentation was made live on CTV news in collaboration with the Salvation Army. 



Harpreet Sethi and Family Donate $10,000 to Salvation Army Toy Mountain Campaign
Tuesday December 13,2011
Well known GTA entrepreneur Harpreet Sethi along with wife Ginni and children Prince and Priya, gave the CTV Toy Mountain campaign to benefit the Salvation Army a big boost with a $10,000 donation that will go towards purchasing and distributing toys to disadvantaged children this holiday season.
Family donates to toy campaign
Wednesday December 21,2011
GTA entrepreneur Harpreet Sethi recently donated $10,000 to the CTV Toy Mountain campaign.
South Asians raise millions for hospital
Saturday February 3,2007
Harpreet Sethi, a local developer who wrote a cheque for $500,000
Congratulation for your humanitarian services by your recent donation to Salvation Army Mountain camp
Pudhuvai N.Raman.