ETI Giving Day extends through all of November. Let’s keep it going and hit our 10K goal to help build opportunity to Tanzania. Gifts to ETI totaled over $6,000 on November 17th with 25% new donors. Donors came to the giveETI.org site from seven (U.S.) states and two con
ETI Giving “Day” – Nov 17 – has been extended to the month of November! Double your dollars! Gifts will be matched (up to 2K) thanks to the Julie E. Oswald Family Trust. Donate now and help ETI build Rural Opportunity Centers in Tanzania.
STABLE Donors Make STABLE Programs Studies show that nonprofits who have recurring donors: make more secure plans based upon known finances tend to have donors who maintain interest in and stick with the project for years are able to invest less in strategies that solicit funds fe
ETI @ Fire Station 14 Professional Offices! Located in a bustling neighborhood on North Snelling in Saint Paul is renovated Firestation 14 – home to professionals in law, psychology, dentistry and now ETI! Official move-in date was November 3rd, 2016. ETI, as a growing Minnesota
JUST 3 WEEKS UNTIL ETI GIVING DAY! NOVEMBER 17! SIMPLE Go to http://educatetanzania.org/ Click Feel just dandy about yourself INSTANT IMPACT You have an instant effect when you put your heart and wallet together to
KARUCO OPENS! 1st FARMER COHORT October 11, 2016 What a day! 10.11.16 ETI is thrilled about KARUCO’s 1st Farmer Cohort Exactly four years after Groundbreaking – KARUCO welcomes nineteen farmers to campus! Congratulations ELCT/KAD, KARUCO Task Force, UEM, All Glob
ETI Helped Without Hurting Before It Was Cool Interdependence, independence, collaboration, mutual goals have been integral to our organization’s culture from our inception. True collaboration distinguished by going through the hard work of articulating joint goals with benefit
Auctions are funny. Some items are so unique that you fear no one will want them. Then they surprise you and bring in lots of cash to support our programs. For instance the welded metal sculpture donated by Sarah Willey of Chaska. It was rustic, well designed, of expert quality craft