Harmony Power was officially formed in 2015, but it was years in the making. In 2010, Mirrione used his own funds along with sponsorship funds to create a karate program and embarked on a 17-city tour including stops in Chicago, New York City and Los Angeles where he shared his knowledge and his message.
On the trip he visited with children at schools and local YMCA’s and shared his own personal story of bullying and how he overcame it. Most importantly, he stressed the importance of being self-empowered, believing in yourself and knowing that anything is possible if you believe.
Since that trip, Harmony Power has become part of a New Jersey anti-bullying bill that was submitted by assembly women Shavonda E. Sumter. The goal of this bill is to recognize as many children as possible to promote harmony through art, music, dance, community service and other such avenues. Most recently 75 awards were given in Bayonne, NJ and 95 awards were given in Elizabeth, NJ. These acknowledgements were given in June as part of a Universal Harmony Day assembly. The foundation works every day to spread Harmony Power throughout all communities.
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