Low-income students engaged in the arts are twice as likely to graduate college as their peers with with no arts education*

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Award winning arts enrichment and global learning program offered to low-income students in San Francisco bay area.

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Project Tulika

A comprehensive arts, music and dance education program offered to children at orphanages in India.

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project sanaa


Delivering wellness through the arts, offered to children at a remote village in Ukwala, Kenya, a region with high infant mortality.

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project kopou

Empowering children & youth of tea plantation workers of Assam, India through Arts, Education & Vocational Training.

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Creative and innovate artwork by our children!

Creation by children from around the world leveraging our unique teaching techniques.

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I was part of the joint effort to deliver medicine and supplies to the villages that were most influenced by the earthquake in Nepal from May to July. I worked alongside my father, Subodh Upadhyay in this process. In Kathmandu, I experienced firsthand, the violent earthquakes and its subsequent aftershocks. Having being born in Nepal…


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We are grateful to our Partners and Sponsors for their continued support and belief in our mission.

6. Ameriprise
1. Presidents Volunteer Award
2. Google
3. James Irvine Foundation
San Jose Public Library
City of Oakland
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The future belongs to young people with an education and the imagination to create

President Barack Obama