Each One Teach One Charitable Foundation - EOTO

Project Brief: EOTO provides for one-to-one sponsorship of special needs children upto age 18.
Project Type: Support a Child (description)
Primary Focus: children with disabilities (description)

Secondary Focus: vocational training

Area: Urban
Supporting Chapter Contact: Seattle
Status: completed - sustainable
Project Steward: Amrita Mahtani
Project Partner(s):
Other Contacts:
Project Address: , 32, Gope Nivas,275, Sion East Road,,
Tel: 91-22-409 4778
Stewarding Chapter: Seattle
Jan 2014SeattleUSD 6189
Dec 2011SeattleUSD 3149
Dec 2011SeattleUSD 2575
Dec 2010SeattleUSD 0
Dec 2010SeattleUSD 5657
Oct 2009SeattleUSD 2400
Oct 2009SeattleUSD 3000
Oct 2008SeattleUSD 2700
May 2008SeattleUSD 2700
Feb 2008SeattleUSD 2700
Jun 2007SeattleUSD 5400
Nov 2005SeattleUSD 5400
Nov 2004SeattleUSD 1800
Mar 2004SeattleUSD 1800
May 2003SeattleUSD 2040
Dec 2003SeattleUSD 1800
Dec 2002SeattleUSD 3300
Dec 2001MadisonUSD 3621
Dec 2001SeattleUSD 2520
Dec 2000SeattleUSD 2640
Dec 1999SeattleUSD 1080
Dec 1998SeattleUSD 1080
Dec 1997SeattleUSD 1320
Dec 1996BerkeleyUSD 1091
Dec 1995BerkeleyUSD 2470
Dec 1994BerkeleyUSD 240
Dec 1993BerkeleyUSD 1620
Dec 1992BerkeleyUSD 900
Dec 1991BerkeleyUSD 500

Total = $71692

Each One Teach One is a parent organization that focuses on afterschool and one-on-one tutoring programs. In 1999, EOTO reached out the New Sion Municipal School in Mumbai to help New Sion's 5 special needs children. Since then, EOTO has established a great presence in New Sion and currently runs an all day school for 45 special needs children. These children range in disabilities of hyperactivity, hearing impairment to autism.

Each One Teach One Charitable Foundation is a development organization working towards overall development of municipal school going children.

EOTO provides these children with an education in hygiene, social skills, basic math, English and science. This organization stresses the importance of art, exercise and technology as they give lessons in dancing, sewing and computer classes which the children use as an interactive teaching aid and a new medium for playing games.