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Amrita-Seattle, Seattle, USA

The students of Deepti Designs School of Art hosted a Rock-Painting fund-raiser event at the Rhythms by Amrita Seattle in Bellevue High School, Bellevue, WA

The aim of the event was to raise funds to support their goal of providing basic education, nutrition, healthcare and clean water solutions to underprivileged communities in India and the USA.

With the help of our students, Kavya Selvakumar, Tanvi Mathrubootham, Harini Thiagarajan, Vrinda Rathi and Anushka Bains, we were able to pitch in towards this noble cause. 


- February 2018

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School for Deaf & Mute, Kameshwari Priya Poor Home, Darbhanga, Bihar, India

Deepti Agrawal Mittal organised a free art camp for the kids of a deaf and mute school in Darbhanga, Bihar, India. She hosted around 40 kids for 2 hours to finish a short Madhubani art project which they all eagerly and enthusiastically participated in.

This was one-of-a-kind workshop which made a lot of noise and encouraged others to come do the charity of labor for the underprivileged kids as it's not always money that everyone aspires and longs for.


- November 2017


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Adarsh and Chaithanya Special Schools, Kerala, India

Kavya Selvakumar donated her painting for auction through Thandav 2017 (Bharatanatyam Dance Event and a fund-raiser for special kids)

This event aimed at raising funds for the Adarsh and Chaitanya Schools which focuses on the rehabilitation of kids with cerebral palsy, autism and Down syndrome and caters the needs of children with profound disability and offers early intervention programs. These schools are located in the state of Kerala, India.

We were happy to contribute in a small way towards the whooping success of Thandav through our donation of art for auction.


- October 2017

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Udavum Karangal, Chennai, India

Tanvi Mathrubootham made 6 lovely paintings that she planned to sell to raise funds for under-privileged kids. This was the big birthday plan for her special 13th. She put them up on her mom's Facebook page in the morning of her birthday. They got sold out within first 24 hours and Tanvi didn't stop there. She received requests for multiple custom pieces which she gladly obliged.

Thanks to friends and family who supported Tanvi's fundraising efforts. She was able to raise enough funds for full year sponsorship of 4 girls in Udavum Karangal, by selling her artwork (the initial set and a few custom orders after)


- April 2017

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