Educating the Future Leaders. One gift at a time.
Each Home Decor Gift Directly Supports Children’s Education
How does it work?
Artist- Nuzhat Kazi devotes hours to create each unique design depicting Singapore, London scenes etc
Supplier in India- Fashions Nuzhat’s unique designs into home decor products
Home Decor products are put on the market (AAC website etc)
100% of profits from sale of home decor product are donated to education centric charities in Singapore (50%) and India (50%)-Husti and other education charities
Education prospects for future leaders are increased
One home decor gift will go a long way in not only supporting children’s education in India and Singapore, but will also provide Artist- Nuzhat an avenue to put her artwork and passion towards something bigger than herself. Through the continued support and purchase of home decor gifts, children in India and Singapore will be able to continue their education with the right resources and environment they need to thrive.
Arzoo Arts Collective LLP is the brainchild of Nuzhat, Roohi and Aaron Kazi. The family used the home decor business to fulfil a school class Roohi was required to take called Catalyst in August of 2018.
The project started off during the annual summer vacation to India and the business was incorporated in August of 2018. What started of as a business that would take Nuzhat passion for art to the next level, evolved into a business that not only sold original artwork and photographs printed onto coasters etc, but also gave back to the community through supporting education centric charities in India and Singapore. They are committed to giving 100% of the proceeds to education centric charities based in India and Singapore.
Why Education centric charities?.
In the future, the duo hope to expand to more countries like India, U.S etc to reach even more customers, and provide continuous support to Husti and other education centric charities.
The Problem: Within India and Singapore itself, there are still many people who lack access to education. At the more personal level, having a grandfather who has had to overcome the odds and who used the orphanage as a means to get an education, that has led us to the success we now have. It is our responsibility to support education in whatever way that we can.