Washington DC, 22nd January 2014: TANA collaborates with and Hope for Humanity, another non-profit organization in Maryland in serving local community.
TANA President, Mohan Nannapaneni said – Together, we donated new winter coats to over 100 children at William Paca Elementary School of Landover, MD and few other homeless shelters in Washington DC. As this year’s winter has been very harsh, our thoughtful gesture is perfect timing for much needed children. This event was coordinated by the Subba Rao Kolla (TANA Joint Secretary), and attended by TANA representatives including Satish Vemana (Secretary), Vijay Gudiseva (Regional Representative), Trilok Kantheti (former Regional Representative). Representatives from Hope for Humanity attended include Balaji Vanapamula(President), Jayaprada Valluripalli (Vice President), Nagendra Polu(Board of Director), and other members: Sreya Atluri, Kiranmai Vemula, Jyothi Nallu. TANA Life members that attended this event are: Rama Chowdary Upputuri, Sudhakar Chalamalasetty, Radhakrishna Atluri and Venkat Chalamalasetty.
Denise Ross, Supervisor of Prince George’s County High School, and Dorothy Clowers, Principal of William Paca Elementary School, expressed their utmost gratitude towards TANA and Hope for Humanity for their combined effort in providing underprivileged kids with new, warm coats. Mohan Nannapaneni, President of TANA and Krishna Boppana, founder of Hope for Humanity thanked all the volunteers and donors. Subba Rao Kolla, TANA Joint Secretary