ETI CEO and Founder turned 30 over the weekend. When we asked her what she wanted for her birthday, we only got one answer: “Support for ETI”! To keep the party going we wanted to share 30 words that describe why you should support ETI’s work. Donate here if you’ve read the list and want to join Sara and ETI in creating a more #inclusive world for all!
Here are 30 words that describe why you should donate to ETI:
A man and a woman face the camera, smiling as they embrace each other.
Two young women sit at desk that face the camera. One is in profile, wearing a green shirt and long pants. The girl who is looking at (on her left) wears dark sunglasses, a white shirt, and blue jeans.
A young girl with a brown ponytail wears a white t-shirt with the ETI logo in the upper left-hand corner. Only the letter “e” is completely visible as the girl is wearing a turquoise lanyard. She has her left arm stretch around the next of a woman in a white hajib and bright yellow shirt. Both woman and child are smiling
A man and a woman sit at a light brown table, both staring at the screen of a silver laptop. Both are wearing black t-shirts with the ETI logo in the upper-left corner. The logo is a solid white circle with the letters “ETI” in black cursive text.
A child in bright purple eyeglasses smiles enthusiastically at the camera with their chin on their hands. The child is sitting at a wooden table with some pretzel sticks in front of them.
A young man walks up a flight of stairs. He smiles at the camera as he holds his white can in his left hand. He holds it straight up: gripping the handle in a fist. The red tip is visible at the bottom of the photo. The young man wears a black lanyard with a white name-tag around his neck. There are also a a pair of white headphones that are draped around his neck.
Three volunteers in back t-shirts smile at the camera. A participant in a green shirt and red glasses smiles with them in a group photo.
A man in a black t-shirt faces the camera. A young boy sits facing him at a small table. The man facing the camera reaches out to cup the side of the young boy’s face.
We see the backs of two girls holding hands. Each girl wears her hair in a ponytail. Each is wearing a white t-shirt with the a solid black circle and the letters “ETI” in white cursive in the middle. Below this are the worlds “Empowerment Through Integration”
Children and adults sit on a tile flood in a circle. Visible to the camera are two people, as we see the backs if everyone else. The volunteer (wearing a black t-shirt and blue jeans) and participant (wearing a white t-shirt and blue jeans) can be seen working with long wooden dowels.
A large group of people in black t-shirts are grouped in front of the camera, smiling and holding white pieces of paper with blue borders.
A boy with red glasses holds two thumbs up. He has black hair and is wearing a green tank top.
Two boys sit next to each other around a square desk. The boy facing directly to the camera wears a white t-shirt with blur horizontal stripe. The other, in profile to the camera, wears a blue t-shirt. Both are wearing bright orange lanyards and looking at a long wooden down that the boy on the left holds up vertically.
Two young girls face the camera, smiling. In the background, other children are talking and playing.