• LET'S MAKE A DIFFERENCE
    TANA addresses Social, Cultural and Educational
    Needs of North American Telugu Community in
    particular & Telugu People in general.
    Let Us Take This Mission Forward.



YOUR SUPPORT MATTERS


TANA FOUNDATION

1000

Schools are Re-built in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana.

5000

Digital libraries are implemented in the two Telugu states.

1100

Libraries are implemented in rural schools in the two Telugu States.

₹. 200 CR

Contributed for Janmabhoomi intiative in the two Telugu states.

26,000

Scholorships provided for the needy students.


700+

Orphans are supported for their education & basic needs of Orphans through Project Varadhi.

1100

Eye-camps are conducted, 1.1M are screened, 100K+ cataract surgeries are performed.

500K+

School bags are donated in our backpack programs for needy school districts in USA.


TEAM SQUARE

5000+

Emergency situations addressed that includes 1000+ repatriation of human remains during catastrophes.

6000

Students provided guidance to overcome legal and immigration issues.


2500

Students provided assistance including financial & logistical help during needy times.

2500

Soil and Crop health camps conducted and provided PPE Kits.



TANA CULTURAL

5000+

Kids have learned and graduated in Telugu through TANA Paatasala.


1000+

Students have learned and graduated in Fine Arts through TANA Kalasala.


5000+

Students are trained in TANA workshops by renowned gurus in light music category.

100+

Telugu schools are supported outside of AP and Telangana to preserve and propagate telugu language.

Telugu Association of North America (or TANA, as it is well known) is the oldest and biggest Indo-American organization in North America. TANA was founded at a convention in New York in 1977 of Telugus from all over North America and was incorporated in 1978 as a not-for-profit organization.

News & Events

TANA World Environment Day

Online competitions concluded with the valedictory function on June8th, 2020. A total number of 6462 participants across the world have registered for the event, number of judges 250, operational hours in 3 days and competitions conducted in 6 languages.


TANA Mothers Day 2020

"Amma Neeku Vandanam" the first Virtual Global Competitions in association with JIGNASA, JAYAHO BHARATIYAM, TELUGU SOCIETY (APNRTS) on the occasion of international mother’s day started on May 16th.

Covid-19 Relief

As frontline heroes in the fight against the Coronavirus, healthcare workers like doctors and nurses often sacrifice their own physical and mental well-being in order to take care of others.

TANA Fathers Day 2020

The North American Telugu Association (Tana) has hosted the International Father's Day celebration on the internet. The winners of the World Poetry Competition organized by Tana on the theme "Ghanu daddy tayagadhanu daddy" were awarded.