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When was ars86care foundation established?

ars86care foundation was legally established in 2007.

How did ars86care foundation first started?

ars86care foundation was first initiated in 2005, by 5 architect women who graduated from Parahyangan University in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. During the aftermath of the Tsunami disaster in Aceh, ars86care foundation donated "back to school kit" which was targeted to support children during disaster relief. Along the way, leads its focus to bring quality education for generation to come.

What is ars86care foundation's vision?

To create child-friendly spaces which could elevate the living quality for children as the leader of the future.

What activities does ars86care foundation do?

ars86care foundation has three main programs:


Space to build program provides access to a quality early childhood education in Central Java and Special Region of Yogyakarta. The program is a direct answer to children's right fulfillment who deserve a child-friendly space for them to learn and play.


Word to share, focuses on building awareness towards a child-friendly city as well as its environmental implementation. The program answers the call for today's current global crisis which is also a fulfillment on children's rights. The program also conducts training to increase capacity for early childhood educators in ars86care foundation targeted areas.


Value to do, elevates the learning process by encouraging hands-on practices on environmental friendly activities. The program includes Volunteering Event in Kindergartens which are partnered with ars86care foundation.

Who are the beneficiaries of ars86care foundation?

Children, teachers, and parents who belong to the Village Kindergarten School Community.

What is ars86care foundation / Yayasan Arsitek 86 Peduli?

ars86care foundation is a non-profit organization that focuses on the environment, children, and early childhood education.

Where are the locations of ars86care foundation school partners?

Demak, Grobogan, and Boyolali Municipality in Central Java, as well as Gunungkidul Municipality in Special Region of Yogyakarta.