We believe our programs not only provide great information to vulnerable populations, but they also connect people with services that they may not know about. The programs may help an individual overcome suicidal thoughts, alcohol abuse, domestic violence or other important issues. Additionally, our hope is that our various programs can also offset costs that the school districts incur in developing various education materials on these social issues.
In order for ETP-NEW to stay relevant and continue to produce thought provoking programs on important issues ETP-NEW needs to make technology upgrades. Your donations can help with the purchase of high definition equipment and studio upgrades that will allow ETP-NEW to continue to provide quality educational programs for years to come.
Donations are critical to the ongoing success of ETP-NEW. We appreciate any help that you can offer.
ETP-NEW extends a heartfelt thanks to all the supporters of our projects. Below is a list of major contributors for our most recent programs.
Funding for Owe'la
- Billie Kress
- First Nations Composer Initiative
- Oneida Nation Arts Board/Wisconsin Arts Board
- Oneida Nation
- Marianne VanDrisse
- Byron L. Walter Family Trust
- Radisson Hotel and Conference Center, Green Bay
- Miriam Erickson
- Richard and Karen Blahnik
Funding for Toft Point Documentary
- Elizabeth and Phil Hendrickson