What We Do
Ethiopian Dream Center Inc. (EDCI) gives vulnerable communities the opportunity to take charge of their future by sharing information about education, training, and the provision of appropriate tools and skills to sustain children and the community towards self-sufficiency, holistic, and productive balanced lives.
EDCI is designed to sponsor and support immigrant families with children in their own home setting.
Ethiopian Dream center Inc. is inspired to support the vulnerable and underprivileged people in the community via the local people who are neighbors, friends and part of the community. Children are given the tools and support to attend schools and get involved in creative and nurturing activities. Families will be supported in their basic drive for survival by providing them with tools and resources to access decent homes, school, and productive work that could sustain the family.
The Ethiopian Dream Center Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and able to raise money from the public as well as government and foundation grants.
Our non-profit organization is dedicated to aiding those less fortunate. EDCI operates as an independent non-profit and non-governmental organization. There are no ties to any political, religious, or secular non-profit or for-profit organizations.
EDCI’s goals are simple. First we want to strengthen the sense of community here in Worcester. The EDCI is a positive place where the youth of Worcester can get together after-school to do homework and to spend time with friends, ensuring that children in the community are spending their time doing constructive things. It is also a place where the young and old alike can get together and be productive. We want to challenge people in our community to think about the less fortunate people living all around the world and what part we as a community can play in making their lives a little easier. We strive to forge a long-lasting partnership between those less fortunate children in Ethiopia and other East African nations and their counterparts here in the United States of America.