Fund a Kid's Education

Second Season of ‘Eat to Educate’ Begins Next Year

Published: 26th December 2015 02:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th December 2015 02:57 AM   |  A+A-

Following the success of Eat to Educate project, Etc Restaurant and Café is all set to launch the second edition. Eat to Educate 2 urges everyone to start the New Year on a happy note by supporting ETC Restaurant on this endeavour. This campaign would run during the first week on next year from 1-7 January.

This time Eat to Educate 2 would support children whose education and everyday lives have been affected by the Chennai floods. It is a concept by Etc Restaurant and Café where all proceeds from the first week since the restaurant’s inauguration will go towards the education of underprivileged children. This campaign was initially organised and completed in July 2015 with the ‘educate a girl child’ project by NGO Raindropss. The funds gathered from this initiative was used to support the education of 28 students. The money was donated to Anandham Illam old age home and SEERS Girl’s home, for setting up a new computer lab facility where they teach almost 180 underprivileged children. The money collected also funded the higher education of a few students in

the city through the Ches Foundation.

Etc… Restaurant & Café is at Nungambakkam. For more details on the programme call 283333353 

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