About Us

Telugu Alliances of Canada-(TACA) was established in 2010. It is registered as non-profit organization in Canada to operate under “TACA” trade name. TACA organizes under its constitution and time to time amended laws.

Whereas the need exists for cohesive action on the part of the people of Telugu origin residing in Canada , it is hereby resolved that a not-for-profit organization be formed to establish Telugu literacy and cultural activism, to build and maintain and promote understanding and cooperation between Telugu and all peoples, to provide financial aid to philanthropic educational and scientific institutions, and to perform any other charitable activities related to the scope of these activities. To promote better communication among the TACA members, and to organize other functions as required, which will involve the participation of the TACA members.

General Objectives:

The objective of TACA is to establish Telugu literacy and cultural activities, to build and maintain a Telugu library, to create and promote understanding and cooperation between Telugu and all peoples, to provide financial aid to philanthropic educational and scientific institutions, and to perform any other charitable activities related to the scope of these activities, including but not limited to:

  • To preserve, maintain, and promote social and cultural heritage of the Telugu speaking people living in Canada.
  • To assist, advance, organize, and promote cultural, literary, educational, socio-economic, health, and community affairs of the Telugu speaking people.
  • To serve the local communities, encourage Telugu youth to become involved in local humanitarian service acts, and to foster friendship between Telugu people and other non-Telugu speaking people.
  • To promote and address women, youth and senior citizen issues in the context of cultural, literary, educational, socio-economic, health and community affairs of the Telugu-speaking people in the community.
  • To create opportunities for the cultural exchange between people living in the Canada , India and rest of the world wherever people of Telugu origin resides.
  • To encourage awareness of and promote Telugu culture among Telugu youth.
  • To serve as a central resource for all social, cultural, and humanitarian issues related to the Telugu community in Canada.