U.S.-Wide Estonian Non-Profit Organizations


1) Estonian Students Fund in USA / Eesti Üliõpilaste Toetusfond

www.esfusa.org

PO Box 472, Rosendale, NY 12472 

E-mail: toetusfondikysimused@outlook.com

Mission Statement: To invest in human resources through focused funded academic initiatives in order to promote, support and encourage the advancement of Estonian language, culture and society. ESF awards scholarships and grants to promising and worthy Estonian candidates, who demonstrate through academic excellence and community leadership their capacity for, and commitment to, making a contribution to Estonian society.

Eesti Üliõpilaste Toetusfondi eesmärgiks on pakkuda majanduslikku tuge eesti üliõpilastele kõrgemates õppeasutustes ja toetada akadeemilist tegevust, mis on seotud eesti kultuuri, keele ja ühiskonna edendamisega.
Seatud ülesande täitmiseks annab Eesti Üliõpilaste Toetusfond välja stipendiume ja õppetoetusi kandidaatidele, kes on tõestanud oma akadeemilist võimekust, ühiskondlikku aktiivsust ja soovi anda oma panus Eesti arengusse.


2)  Estonian Relief Committee / Eesti Abistamiskomitee USA's
243 E. 34th Street, New York, NY 10016


The Estonian Relief Committee (ERC) provides financial support to charitable organizations and individuals of Estonian heritage in the United States and in Estonia.

Eesti Abistamiskomitee (EAK) tegevuse aluseks on saadud annetuste abil aidata teisi heategevusorganisatsioone ja toetust vajavaid eraisikuid nii USA-s kui ka Eestis.

 

3) Estonian School Fund in USA

Tiiu Kutt, President; 4 Sheraton Lane, Rumson, NJ 07760

E-mail: tiiu.kutt@comcast.net 


4) Estonian American Fund, Inc.

Estonian American Fund for Economic Education, Inc. supports activities in Estonia that seek to develop civil society and improve the lives of Estonians in Estonia.  It supports projects in Estonia in the areas of Healthcare, Education, Institutions, Disadvantaged Children; Civic, youth and faith-based organizations.

www.eafund.org/

PO Box 7369, Silver Spring MD 20907-7369;  E-mail: eafund@comcast.net


5) Federation of Associations for the Advancement of Estonian Youth / Eesti Skaudi- ja Gaidisõprade Seltside Liit USAs

www.jarvemetsa.org/governance_eng.html

Mission -- Eesmärk
• Provide a permanent and nature-centered home for Estonian Boy Scouts and Girl Guides in the U.S. to conduct their camps and as a haven for promoting and preserving Estonia´s cultural identity among our Estonian youth.
• Unite all Associations for the Advancement of
Estonian Youth in the U.S. for the purpose of providing Estonian scouting with economic assistance, executing joint activities, cultivating ethnic solidarity, directing and supervising youth activity, and providing liaison with other like-minded organizations on a world-wide basis.


President / Esimees: Mati Kobin; E-mail: matikobin@msn.com


6) Estonian Archives in the U.S.

The Estonian Archives in the U.S., Inc. (EAU) was established in 1969 with the aim to preserve the history of Estonians in exile. The archives are housed in a specially constructed building next to the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church in Lakewood, NJ. The archives are run by volunteers, i.e. members of the local Estonian community.

http://eausa.balther.net/index.php?id=10029

607 East 7th Street, PO Box 726, Lakewood, NJ 08701

Director of the archives: Enda-Mai Michelson-Holland, E-mail: eholland@monmouth.edu