Welcome to Induz - Where Art Meets Heart

We believe that every child deserves a comprehensive education that includes global learning and the arts.

Induz is a non-profit with a mission to empower children with the ability to create and innovate through the arts. It was founded on the principle of using the power of art to create harmony and creativity across the world. Induz offers free award-winning arts and cultural educational enrichment programs globally, especially to high-risk children from the lower socio-economic background.

Our programs have shown a measurable impact on at-risk children by deterring delinquent and truancy problems while also increasing overall academic performance. We have seen a huge improvement in math and science grades, and overall boost in their confidence and self-esteem. 

The future belongs to young people with an education and the imagination to create - President Obama

Our award-winning program Passport to World Arts™, offered locally in San Francisco bay area, takes children through a virtual journey around the world, across various countries, while celebrating a region's art and culture thus promoting global learning, acceptance and appreciation of diverse cultures, and nurturing their creativity. The program received the After School Champion 2013 award by Santa Clara After School Collaborative and YMCA Silicon Valley.

Project Tullika provides a hollistic approach to arts eduction at orphanages in India. Project Sanaa is offered to children at a remote village in Ukwala, Kenya, a region with high infant mortality. Our mission for project Sanaa is to deliver wellness through the arts.

Research have shown that students involved in the arts are: 4 times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement; 4 times more likely to participate in a math and science fair; 3 times more likely to win an award for school attendence; have 5 time lower dropout rates.  Low-income students who are engaged in the arts are twice as likely to graduate college as their peers with with no arts education. 72% business leaders say that creativity is the number one skill they are seeking when hiring.

Induz : Providing the gift of imagination and creativity to underprivileged children globally!

Induz : Passport to World Arts, testimonial from teachers and students.

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