Telugu Cultural Association Of Greater Toronto
Canada is a multi-cultural society, which encourages its residents to preserve and promote their culture and heritage. The Telugu speaking Indo-Canadian population in Ontario is large, prosperous and vibrant.Telugu Cultural Association of Greater Toronto was established to promote, preserve, maintain, perpetuate and enrich the cultural heritage of people of Telugu origin in GTA and neighboring Cities. TCAGT was established to preserve and propagate the Telugu cultural heritage and maintain the identity of Telugu speaking people and to provide a forum for Telugu literary, cultural education, social and charitable interactions among its members.
Telugu Cultural Association of Greater Toronto operates, as a not-for profit organization and the general body is made up of Annual Members & Life members. The responsibility of managing the day to day affairs of the organization is vested with Executive Committee, consisting of President, Secretary, Treasurer, 4 Directors and 2 youth Directors. The Board of Trustees consisting of a chairman, and 2 trustees elected amongst life members and elected by life, single and family members. Board of trustees look after fiscal welfare of TCAGT and make long range planning for TCAGT
Exhibiting the generous spirit of Telugu culture, TCAGT executing committee organizes various functions namely Sanktanti, Ugadi, Deepavali & Christmas. It also organizes annual picnics, musical events, and youth activities to promote youth talent in the community thereby creating a platform for young generation t o meet and interact.