Welcome to Eotoindia

Each One Teach One (EOTO) Charitable Foundation is a developmental organization established in 1983

It aims at creating opportunities for underprivileged children in India. Over a period of time we have reached out to 10,000+ children in urban and rural India.

  • We are committed to enhancing the schooling experience of underprivileged children by strengthening their intellectual capabilities and competencies.
  • We also work towards training them to become socially responsible citizens of India

Through regular monitoring and feedback we are constantly striving towards improving the processes of our organization and the quality of our delivery.

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Khel Katha

Khel Katha is a student run initiative and the official sports and cultural wing of Each One Teach One . We are a group of 16 year old students working for the last 4 yrs towards providing underprivileged children with opportunities and resources to play sports and acquire vocational training for future growth and life skills.
We have impacted more than 1000 students across 22 schools in Maharashtra.
Join us in our efforts by donating or volunteering.

Check our website khelkatha.com for more details

EOTO's Foundation Day

Celebrating 39 years of service | 05 May, 2022

Congratulations to all on the Foundation Day of our organization. May this journey of success and learning continue for many more years to come. Wishing you all more success and glory in this coming year and forever.









About EOTO

Mrs. Jyoti Tanna - Trustee

"My father was very successful when we used to live in Pakistan, but after partition, we left everything behind and ran away to India. We used to stay on the streets - 9 siblings and our parents with very little food. I was the youngest one, so my education was heavily compromised - I wasn't allowed to study because it was more important to educate my brothers. As a child, I couldn't understand why and I grew up with a lot of resentment. When we finally got a house, the roof used to leak so when my father was sleeping, I would have to hold an umbrella over his head the whole night - I was always angry because I felt so rejected.