TANA Foundation was started for the purpose of identifying and funding projects to benefit the most needy among the Telugu people.
Some of the key on-going Projects of the Foundation are primarily concentrated on providing Eye-care, educational aid, and basic amenities to poor/orphan/destitute children.
Foundation also gets involved in compassionate cases to help individuals in desperate situations like facilitation of bone marrow transplant and urgently needed surgery for a Telugu student in North America.
Foundation supports higher education by providing annual scholarships for high school graduates in North America and Mater’s students coming from AP to North America.
TANA Foundation depends on your donations to continue its noble mission. You can make a difference to one’s life by a contribution towards any of the Foundation Projects or towards an individually sponsored project in your own native village. A sponsored project may be funded directly by you through TANA Foundation, which must be educational, cultural, social or medical in nature.
TANA Foundation is run by volunteer trustees, who have a commitment to the above community causes. We endeavor to recruit the volunteer services of local community leaders and organizations to execute our projects successfully. Our goal is to ensure that the maximum possible benefit is realized to the beneficiary through your donation. Please remember that you can make a difference to one’s life and we will show you how.
Donations are qualified for tax deduction as we are a certified 501(c)(3) organization. Please note that we also accept donations of Stock certificates.
Your generosity will go a long way.
Donate online: www.tanafoundation.org/donate
Make Check Payable to ” TANA FOUNDATION” and mail to:
Send your contribution to : Mr. Niranjan Srungavarapu,
Treasurer, TANA Foundation,
26233 Taft Road
Novi, MI 48374
TANA Foundation is a perpetual autonomous body of Telugu Association of North America (TANA). The mission of the Foundation is to improve the quality of life of all needy people in both North America and Andhra Pradesh.
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