$3.85Million huge donation to TANA
The newly elected body of Telugu Association of North America-TANA is starting its journey with a prosperous sign. The North Western Medicine of Northwestern memorial Health care, Chicago announced a huge donation to TANA recognizing its services. Northwestern Medicine donated supporting items to combat Covid, worth a huge amount of Rs.28.63 crores ($3.85millions) to TANA . TANA, is a well known non profitable, service oriented Organisation making its mark in various services to mankind in Telugu states in India and to the needy in US.
Impressed with the services rendered by TANA, Northwestern Medicine extends its support in a big way by donating some items which are helpful in pandemic situations to resist Covid, worth about Rs.28.63 crores, Kolla Ashok Babu, Treasurer, TANA said.
To this extent, Northwestern Medicine wrote a letter to him. As part of this donation in kind, it sends boot covers, caps, lab coats, masks, glasses and shoe covers. The organisation which was founded in 1972 has many hospitals in several areas.
We work together with Red Cross : Kolla Ashokbabu
Mr. Ashok Babu, the newly elected Treasurer of TANA welcomed the support of Northwestern Medicine's donation. With the initiatives of past President Sri Jaya Sekhar Talluri and past Chairman of the TANA foundation Sri Niranjan Srungavarapu, we have been negotiating with Northwestern Medicine, he said. There is a lot of effort by the Committee members in getting this huge donation to TANA .
Their effort and support will not be forgettable, Mr. Ashok stated.
We will prepare action plans for effective distribution of these items in Telugu states (Andhra Pradesh and Telangana) under the leadership of TANA President Sri Lavu Anjayya Chowdary, he said. The items donated by Northwestern Medicine in 22 containers will reach Visakhapatnam port within two months. Coordinating with Red Cross Society items will be preserved in their warehouse and from there we will distribute them to all Government Hospitals and health centers in remote rural areas, Sri Ashok told.