Futuraula is an Indian Futures - Euroaula initiative that began in 2018/19 academic year.
It's run by a Committee of students from Euroaula, University of Tourism of Barcelona.
The committee organises fundraising events in the city in support of Indian Futures' educational projects.
Futuraula Comittee meets once every two weeks to decide on next events and prepare for them.
It's particularly busy over Christmas and St. George's Day which is celebrated as St. Jordi in Barcelona and all over Catalunya:
On 23rd April, every village and city all around Catalunya (Spain) is packed with stalls selling roses and books to commemorate the region's patron.
Futuraula participates in this festivity by setting up their own stall that, year after year, continues to attract thousands of passersby thanks to its colourfulness, and the friendliness of its attendants.
For the whole month of December, Euroaula students take part in numerous games organised by the Committee, like card games, quizzes, Taboo...
Each participant pays 1 euro and the winners are given prizes made by the students themselves.
Aren't they a creative bunch!?
In collaboration with Euroaula Travel and other small businesses in the area, the Committee sells raffle tickets for weekend breaks, restaurant meals and even cake vouchers!
All participants are also invited to a charity breakfast morning and a tea break in the evening.
Christmas tree decorations
The Committee sets up and decorates a Christmas tree at the entrance of Euraoaula's building.
The socks you see on the tree are made by the granny of one of the students. She makes a total of 14 socks, the number of girls whose university studies Indian Futures is sponsoring. Each sock shows the picture of one of the girls and people are asked to leave well wishing messages for them,
at 1 euro per message.