The Puranik Foundation is a 5013c nonprofit organization based in India and headquartered in Houston, Texas. Puranik Foundation offers a range of programs from studying abroad at our campus in India, to internships related to sustainability through youth activism.
It is the Corporate Social Responsibility of Worldwide Oilfield Machine (WOM), a design and manufacturing hub for the energy sector.
A nonprofit that believes in education, sustainable living & mindfulness.
Once a year, we host a study abroad program, Impact India inviting high school students from Houston to create a local impact in India through mindfulness, practicing sustainable living, and exploring cross-cultural understanding
Our school in India is a self-sustaining living lab, as technologies are developed unique to the site including rainwater retention, biofuel and solar. We are constantly developing better ways to live in harmony with nature.
In Houston, we are hosting The Energy Project, an opportunity to design the future of sustainability through youth activism.
In Houston, we introduce mindfulness into the classroom through classroom clarity to engage educators and students in better supporting mental health in the community
Interested in our programs? Check out our programs page
Travel to India and immerse with its culture, a program for high school students to become global citizens.
A semester-long internship program that provides a unique environmental sustainability curriculum enrichment opportunity to high school students.
To lead you further down the rabbit hole and to encourage you to continue your exploration and practice, we have some incredible texts that will aid you in this journey.
It is a common misconception that practicing “yoga” is doing postures on a ‘yoga mat’ in ‘yoga pants’ and is all about flexibility.
This experience included an all levels yoga class, a three course plant based brunch, live music and booths from local artists.
Every child has a dream and education enables those dreams.
So many parties, so little time. It’s the same story every April/May when nonprofits scurry to lasso every dollar they can manage before the great summer exodus.
The Puranik Foundation and more than 400 guests celebrated the first The Energy Project.