BAFTA to donate Academy Circle membership to raise funds for underprivileged Indian arts students

BAFTA 195 Piccadilly, to donate one year Academy Circle membership for auction to help raise funds for underprivileged Indian arts students through Arts for India charity.


One year membership to the exclusive “BAFTA Academy Circle” gives access to the remarkable world and work of BAFTA. The membership is only offered to BAFTA’s most significant supporters.

The Academy Circle gives you a behind-the-scenes insight into BAFTA, well beyond its famous Awards. Membership gives you access to the elegant private members club at BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly and includes four exclusive up close and personal events with film luminaries – recent events have featured Jamie Dornan, Kristin Scott Thomas, Eddie Redmayne and Julie Walters.

Arts for India charity in association with BFI (British Film Institute) is going to host the fundraising event at BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London on the 19th Oct 2016. Arts for India charity helps disadvantaged young Indians.


Recently Avakian a Swiss Jewellery House which is synonymous with exclusive jewellery, the finest craftsmanship, and daring designs has also donated £15900 worth of jewelry to help underprivileged students in India through Arts for India Charity.

Arts for India London
Arts for India London

Arts for India (AFI) was launched in London, in 2010 by Shri Satish K Modi. It sponsors students at IIFA (International Institute of Fine Arts), based in Modinagar, India.

More than 4000 children have been given free of charge education so far.



Joan Foo Mahony also sponsored student at Arts for India charity.