Our Indian Partners

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VET (Vallalar Educational Trust) is dedicated to empower the people in the villages in and around Kanjanur (Villupuram district, Tamil Nadu, South India) through social, economical and children's educational development for creating a sustainable village atmosphere.

VET is also Indian Futures' second partner in the field. It runs a kindergarten and a primary school in Kanjanur where our third IT Community Centre is.

The Laia Foundation aims to contribute to the social and economical development of underprivileged communities in South India through education.

The charity isn't only Indian Futures' first ever partner but the reason for our whole existence. Vedanthangal, where they operate, is the home of two of our IT Community Centres.

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Educational Centres

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Established in 1987 in Barcelona, EUROAULA, University School of Tourism, specialises in Travel & Tourism with a clear focus on teaching innovation. They train future tourism professionals by providing knowledge and studying real use cases.

Indian Futures and Euroula are the creators of Futuraula, a project run by a committee of students and aimed to raise funds for our educational projects in Tamil Nadu.

Learn more about Futuraula here.

St. Luke’s is a ‘Learning Community’ where they seek to draw on and nurture the talents of all. A Learning Community is one in which everyone has a voice in curriculum provision and teaching and learning approaches.


Based on this vision and Indian Futures' values, the project Future Communities was created. Its aim is for students to take part in a real cultural exchange where students from Brighton (UK) and Vedanthangal (India) learn about each other by sharing different areas of their day-to-day lives and environments.



From Dry Red Press: 'We publish the work of contemporary British artists to produce high quality greeting cards. Working with the artist and our printer we take great care to truly represent the original painting.'

Dry Red Press have donated boxes and boxes of their beautifully chosen and printed cards to Indian Futures pretty much since we started. Their cards are sold at our events and festival stalls.


If you want to take a closer look at their work, click on the logo!

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By establishing Corporate Volunteering (MIT Initiative) in 1998, Henkel became one of the first German companies to include the voluntary social engagement of its employees and retirees as a significant element of its corporate social responsibility policy. 

Indian Futures has applied successfully to the last two MIT's calls for proposals for the following projects: IT Community Centres and Good Habits Good Futures (to be implemented).