The Lisa Harnum Foundation
A Voice For Women Experiencing Domestic Abuse
KNOW THE SIGNS
People experience domestic and family violence across all age groups, economic levels, ethnic backgrounds and across all kinds of relationships.
WHAT TO DO
Do not let fear of the unknown keep you in a dangerous and unhealthy situation. Read these safety suggestions for deciding whether to leave or stay.
WHO TO TALK TO
It is OK to ask for help at any point in your life. This section lists contact details for services that can assist you in a crisis, and help you process and cope with your experiences.
YOUR DONATION WILL HELP
We support and empower families affected by domestic violence while striving to prevent and end the cycle of abuse through education and social change.
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY!
The Purple Nail Tribe encourages everyday men to contribute to ending domestic abuse by opening a much-needed dialogue about this national epidemic.
VERBAL ABUSE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN BY THE LHF
Many people think Domestic Abuse is only physical but there are multiple ways abusers attempt to control their partners. This commercial created by the LHF highlights verbal abuse.
INTERVIEW WITH AILEEN MOUNTIFIELD, LHF FOUNDER
Founder Aileen Mountifield talks about the establishment of the Lisa Harnum Foundation and the need for a specialist Domestic Violence support service in the Hills District of Sydney.
THE PURPLE NAIL TRIBE
Men challenging men to break the cycle of domestic abuse. The Purple Nail Tribe encourages everyday men to contribute to ending domestic abuse by opening a much-needed dialogue about this national epidemic.
It is the 10th anniversary on the loss of our beautiful Lisa. She was loving, forgiving and always lit up a room when she entered by her beautiful smile and…
Hours before Lisa Harnum was thrown from the balcony of her luxury Sydney apartment, she made a chilling phone call to her mum in Canada. In her last few days…
This documentary, produced for television, tells the story of Lisa Harnum as she becomes more and more controlled by her murderer, Simon Gittany.