TeluguPeople Foundation (TPF) is a registered United States not-for profit organization with a mission of working towards alleviating extreme poverty with sustainable tools, methods and models that have a low-impact and small environmental footprint. It is founded as a secular and non-political organization.
As part of its mission, TeluguPeople Foundation is working to empower economically disadvantaged students by providing Scholarships, Student Financial Aid Services, and Awards to pursue higher education. Once beneficiaries gain employment and are financially independent, they are encouraged to support other charitable causes, at least to the extent of the scholarship, aid or award they received from TPF. The model offers sense of dignity and social responsibility for beneficiaries and maximizes impact of donations received.
TeluguPeople Foundation is recognized as a public charity by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) of the United States and is exempted from the federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). Donors can deduct contributions they make to TPF under IRC Section 170. TeluguPeople Foundation’s Employer Identification Number (EIN) is: 26-2748358.