We are Arzoo Arts Collective, a small motivated company based in Singapore, specializing in coasters and other products that depict Singapore and London scenes. We strive to provide accessible and one of a kind designs at affordable prices. We offer our customers good workmanship and impeccable material at their convenience.
If you are looking for affordable home decor that will not only bring more color to your home and will additionally help to improve access to education in India and Singapore, you’re in the right place. ALL PROFITS from the sale of home decor products WILL be donated equally to education charities in India(Husti Initiative, as well as others) and Singapore.
EDUCATING THE FUTURE LEADERS. ONE GIFT AT A TIME.
Each of our home decor gifts purchased directly supports children's education.
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)
and other lifestyle exhibitions.
100% of profits from the sale of home decor products are donated to education-centric charities in Singapore (50%) and India (50%)-Husti and other educational charities.
Education prospects for future leaders are increased
Each 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 use her artwork and passion towards something bigger. Through the continued support and purchase of home decor gifts by the community in Singapore and our corporate patrons, children in India and Singapore will be able to continue their education with the right resources and get the environment they need to thrive.
CHARITIES WE SUPPORT
1.Husti Initiative: Running of Umeed Education and Support Centre
Arzoo Arts Collective has run a fundraiser for Husti in 2017 we collected 2000 pounds for them. We wanted to continue our existing support of Husti and the highly commendable work they do for the underprivileged children in Gujarat. So out of our profits, 50% amount we will donate to support education-centric charities in India. This would be given to Husti to support the running of the Umeed Education and Support Centre at Someshwar House in Dabhoi. It is a new project that they have launched in December 2018 in partnership with Action Aid, India.
The Umeed Education and Support Centre will help provide education to excluded communities who have thus far not been able to receive an education. Action Aid’s main role in the Umeed Education and Support Centre is to provide training for the children to learn to read and write. Currently, the majority of the students who come to the Centre have dropped out of school. In order to ensure that the students have the knowledge and skills necessary to go back to school, Action Aid provides training. They have computer classes, hygiene classes and information sessions about menstrual periods that cater to teenage girls. In order to impart the information, they use tools like videos and games.
Action Aid, India website:https://www.actionaidindia.org/