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ONETrack International

Org #47167
Vetted since 2018
2011
year founded
$56,966
raised on GlobalGiving
5
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

ONETrack International's mission is to build awareness of the Global Orphan Crisis and promote innovative orphan-care solutions by encouraging our Transition to Home approach to family reunification that is tailored to the culture and communities in which we work. We envision a world in which the Global Orphan Crisis is better managed and all orphaned children are raised in a family environment with proper education and healthcare.

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Anna Cavolowsky
Anna Cavolowsky
Todd Finklestone
Todd Finklestone
Team
Shaun Bamforth, Todd Finklestone, Conrad Nkimbeng, Hilary Hahn, Kara Lapso, Anna Cavolowsky, Estefania Arias, Chris Alexander, Amanda LaCroix, Zafirah Singham
Organization Information
217 Bonham Road
Dedham, MA 02026
United States
8576540035
Organization Information
217 Bonham Road
Dedham, MA 02026
United States
8576540035

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

The Contributions of ONETrack International Peers

By Todd Finklestone | Director of Operations

ONETrack International is grateful for our wonderful group of volunteers that work around the clock to support the Global Orphan Crisis. For this report, we decided to share a few of the wonderful... Read the full report ›

ONETrack International's Core Values

By Todd Finklestone | Director of Operations

Why do we, at ONETrack International, do what we do? There are currently over 150 million children worldwide who have been orphaned by a variety of tragic circumstances. This is a sad statistic, but... Read the full report ›

Zimbabwe: The Importance of Aftercare

By Todd Finklestone | Director of Operations

     According to UNESCO, it is compulsory for students in Zimbabwe to complete education up to age 12 (UNESCO, 2022), meaning that secondary and tertiary education are not mandatory... Read the full report ›
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