TAU was formed to preserve and propagate the Telugu culture and heritage and to maintain the identity of the people of Telugu origin and to provide a forum for Telugu literacy, cultural, educational, social, and charitable interactions among its members
Telugu Association of Utah is a registered non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. 501 (c) (3) status was attained by the Telugu Association of Utah effective 12/11/2009.
Governing body and members promote developemnt of by-laws and goals of Organization.
Operational body will run daily activities of the organization and they are key
to engage community members in various actvities througout the year.
Members, voluteers, businesses, and governing bodies support achieve goals of the association. It's important new members to join the organization and lead organization into the future.
Current Trustees and Executive committee, with the help of volunteers, strive to coordinate various events during the year. Voulteers and Business sponsors will make the events happen and theier partnership is essential to conduct any event. Association is always grateful for their help.
Salt Lake and Utah Valley local talent extravaganza produced by Telugu Association of Utah in spirit of Deepavali - The Festival of Lights.
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A big shout out and thanks to our TAU community for participating in the Ugadi event and making it a huge success! It wouldn't have been possible without your involvement. We are delighted to be able to provide a platform for our kids to showcase their talents, learn and grow to conquer their fears, and so much more.
We had a great Diwali event and we want to take this opportunity to thank everyone that attended and for making it successful.
Businesses and personal sponsors are our support to conduct events througout the year.
Volunteers are Associations back bone when conducting any event. Our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you for your continuous support and patronage.
Hima Bindu Talluri Kapu
Vijaya Bhaskar Yandava
Anji Babu Paritala
Venkata Kotam Raju Poranki