We Support

The Fabindia School is a unit of the Bhadrajun Artisans Trust - 
 a co-ed private school for pre-school through Class XII, located in Bali, Rajasthan. Starting with 11 students in 1992, today there are near 500 students with over 50% female enrollment. The school emphasizes a holistic approach to education, offering extensive extracurricular programs along with comprehensive academic courses.
Visit the school website: www.fabindiaschools.org/bali/index.html

Bhadrajun Artisans Trust is committed to supporting the JLB Foundation, to promote education, and employment enhancing vocation skills among children, especially girls in the rural areas. The JLB Foundation is a registered charity and has a registered office at N-19 Panchsheel Park, New Delhi 110017 India. The Trustees are:
Mrs Bimla Nanda Bissell
Ms Bharti Sharma
Ms Shobita Punja
Ms Lovleen Tandon

The key objectives of the Foundation are:
1. To help the needy and poor and to grant financial relief, assistance and/or to provide relief to the aged, needy, destitute, orphans, widows and aged persons in case of emergency of all kinds, including all sorts of medical relief and to support Non-Government Organizations providing such services without any discrimination based on caste, creed, colour, religion and sex.
2. To provide education and Scholarships to the needy and/or bright students/persons who do not have financial means and abilities but have a desire to study and acquire academic or professional qualifications and to render other kinds of and to students and others, including supply of books, stipend, awards, and other incentives to study without any discrimination based on caste, creed, colour or sex.
3. To provide needy individuals need-based assistance in times of family crises like untimely death, make provisions on an individual basis for income generation and support, help and assist in matters involving Marriage and allied expenses, and assist in meeting cremation/burial expenses.
4. To encourage and help the Artisans and craftsmen to excel in design, leadership and research; to provide financial and other assistance to enhance and strengthen the handbook and handicraft industry.

The School Weekly

Story of The Fabindia School by Bharti Rao