Telugu Association Of London(TAL)

Telugu Association Of London(TAL)

Charity information

Telugu Association Of London(TAL)

Preserve, maintain and carry forward the cultural heritage of Telugu Community in the UK.
Assist and propagate cultural, literary, educational, social, economic and community affairs of the people

Founded 2004

  • Mission statement

    Preserve, maintain and carry forward the cultural heritage of Telugu Community in the UK.
    Assist and propagate cultural, literary, educational, social, economic and community affairs of the people of Telugu community in UK.
    Organise periodic Telugu literary, cultural and educational conferences, seminars, workshops to promote TAL objectives; and, to collaborate, cooperate, assist and encourage Telugu literary, cultural and educational conferences, seminars in the UK and other countries.
    Encourage and facilitate to follow the Telugu customs, traditions and values. Foster friendship and understanding among Telugus and promote unity among the community.
    Organise, encourage the charity events and programmes for the benefit of the people in general and community in particular.
    Initiate, promote and maintain unity, friendly, co-operative relations with other Telugu organisations in the UK, Europe and other countries.
    Raise, solicit, collect and disburse funds, charities and donations for cultural, educational and charitable purposes either directly or in cooperation with other not-for-profit organisations in the UK and other countries.
    Affiliate and cooperate with and help to manage associations or societies having similar objectives.
    To stimulate imaginative and progressive thinking in the arts, and to act as a consistent forum for innovative, experimental and new artistic endeavour to enrich our art and literary forms.
    Support and encourage the societies, institutions

  • Aims

    Telugu Association Of London(TAL) aims to:

    • To Provide recreational facilities, sports centre, including sports ground for the children and adults to play and grow physically, keep them physically fit
    • To Build a Community Centre for the Children, to teach the language, Music, and Cultural heritage by conducting the seminars and workshops
    • Provide a Platform for the community to unite share and cherish by performing the fine arts, drama, dance and music, by inviting the international talent and show casing to the society
  • Overview

    Established: March 2004

    Registered Charity Number: 1137074

    Board members: 13

    Part time staff: 6

    Volunteers: 250

    Phone number: 07765794633

    Address: Telugu Association of London (TAL) Grosvenor House 147 The Broadway, Ealing London W13 9BE

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