UCH children learn inner strength
UCH provides a secure and loving environment for children to grow and thrive overcoming their hardships
Uluru Health Care Center (UHCC)
We have a full time doctor and five nurses that provide medical services for the community.
The Foundation Has Been Going Strong since 1994
Primary focus has been to provide health care, social services, expanded educational/computer knowledge to the local communities along with the children’s home.
UCH: Uluru children’s home
UCH has provided a safe home for 150 children since it opened in 2003. The children usually remain at UCH until they reach the age 18. Generally there are between 35 to 40 children on daily basis who call UCH home
The Uluru Nursery & Primary School offers an English Medium Education
In 2012 the school opened its doors for community children to attend a school that offers an interactive approach to education
Uluru Coastal Environment Education Center (UCEEC)
UCEEC represents TEWFI ‘s commitment to environmental and global warming concerns.
Vicki Standish e-Education Center (VSeEC)
In 2008 TEWFI opened a full fledged computer center which now has 38 Desk top computer and 60 laptops.
We presently have internet access.
We Believe in Equality, Integrity and Respect
The East West Foundation of India (TEWFI) is a charitable and educational foundation committed to working with the local communities towards their development and empowerment for their socially and economically marginalized people in the rural state of Tamil Nadu, India. This is being done through a range of initiatives in Health Care, Education, Child Rights and Relief, Community Development and Environmental Sustainability.
Founded by Dr. Natteri V. Chandran in 1993, TEWFI has support from individuals and organizations across the globe, who donate funds, valuable skills and resources. Our status with reference to taxation: In accordance with regulations within India, TEWFI ensures transparency and accountability of all donations made within India or from overseas. Resulting from the quality and impact of its work, TEWFI is recognized by the Government of India as a charitable and educational foundation. Therefore, it has tax deductibility status in India under Section 80G of the Indian Income Tax Act, and has also obtained FCRA permission from the Reserve Bank of India to receive foreign funds directly into its account.
Fundraising Sites for TEWFI
All the donations through these sites gets transferred to TEWFI
Each Country’s organisation is set up as an NGO with Tax Deductible Status
The East West Foundation India (TEWFI)
TEWFI is the site of all the charitable work operating in the Edaikazhinadu Panchayat of Tamil Nadu, India
The East West Foundation of India is committed to developing the small, remote farming and fishing village communities of Edaikazhinadu Town Panchayat, south of Mahabalipuram, in the southern state of Tamil Nadu.
For the past 25 years The East West Foundation has provided access to high quality primary healthcare for over 32,000 people residing in the Edaikazhinadu Panchayat of Tamil Nadu.Read More
DIGITAL EDUCATION VSEEC
This project offers the possibility of computer aided learning (CAL) to the children of local primary schools. VSeEC staff visit schools on a regular basis to teach computer education.Read More
Twenty six years ago Dr. Natteri Chandran founded the East West Foundation of India. The foundation started with the Uluru Health Clinic, now seeing approximately 150 patients weekly. Then the Uluru Children’s home came into existence in 2003 for orphaned and/or destitute children who are fed, schooled and protected. The work of the foundation and all that are involved is a testimonial to the leadership of Dr. Chandran.
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