Snehadhara Foundation (SF) is a registered non-profit organization based in Bangalore. With a vision to foster a culture of respect and belonging Snehadhara aims to create inclusionary spaces that welcome, acknowledge, affirm, and celebrate the value of all learners.
The ambit of Snehadhara’s mission encompasses working with children across disabilities and across age groups using the Arts (Direct Care); co-creation of empathetic learning spaces in schools, colleges, corporates and the community (impART); as well as certification for Arts Based Therapy to construct a facilitation model for learning and inclusion (Prajnadhara).
The Direct Care space of Snehadhara welcomes special populations with the intent of education for life. We see every child as a unique composite of potentials, abilities, and learning needs for whom a program must be designed to meet his or her particular needs. The interventions whether academic, life skills, livelihood related or vocational seek to provide the same prospects as other children for a meaningful, purposeful, and fulfilling life.
Using Arts Based Therapy we create opportunities for learning for children with special needs and enable additional possibilities to achieve independence and empowerment.
There is a lot of research on how the brain processes, responds to and creates art. It lends itself to a firm belief that there is a science to the arts.
Recent and upcoming events and proceedings, media releases , news announcements that we participate in or endorse.
A major initiative of Snehadhara is on the anvil, a therapeutic and teaching building facility situated in the lovely natural environs of Begehalli, near Bannerghatta National Park.
TED X 2014 ‘heART of the MATTER’- A Therapy of Love and Compassion.
Snehadhara Foundation is the winner of the Millenium Alliance grant for the project Kala Samavesh.