Donate to TALI
a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
TALI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to TALI are tax-deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.
The success of TALI relies on the help of people around the world who care about the future of the Tibetan language. Ways to donate to TALI:
- CHECK:Mailing Address:
8127 Mesa Drive #B206 PMB 279
Austin, TX 78759
*Check is our preferred way to receive donations because we can avoid processing fees.
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Get Involved in Tali Projects
we are able to accomplish our project with your support and involvement, thank you!
Teacher Training Projects
Educators and Individuals
- Educators willing to teach workshops
- Individuals willing to host fund raising events for TALI
Supports for School & Libraries
Schools, companies or publishers
Schools, companies or publishers willing to donate book and teaching materials,
please contact us.
Writers and illustrators
Writers and illustrators willing to write and illustrate books, posters or educational materials for Tibetan children.
"I first came to know TALI and its great and important work through a few friends. Exactly seven years ago, some friends who are based in the Qinghai part of Tibetan regions talked to me about Patricia Schiaffini and her involvement in Tibetan language and Arts. I was particularly interested in her programs in teacher training for kindergarten school teachers. We began our partnership with TALI then, when we organized a week-long workshop for about 30 Tibetans who then, in the year 2013, were hired by a local government to teach in newly established public schools. The Tibetan teachers were inspired by TALI's creative trainers from Austin (TX), who have solid knowledge, years of classroom experience and passion for Montessori education. Read more...
TALI and My Kindergarten
Patricia Schiaffini’s constant support and valuable advice have been a great encouragement for me to devote myself into preschool education. Our kindergarten and teachers have received a lot of benefits from Pati and TALI. Through a friend’s introduction, I first met Pati in Columbia University in New York in 2011, and I had a great talk with her about my idea of opening a bilingual kindergarten for Tibetan kids in my hometown-Rebgong. This was also the topic for the thesis of my Master’s Degree at Brandeis University. She introduced me to many bilingual materials and especially, her words encouraged me to get involved in this project and develop further in this career. Read more...
"I participated in several of TALI's kindergarten teachers training projects in Xining and Henan, Qinghai. During TALI's workshops Tibetan teachers learned new skills to organize classes kindly in local schools and develop Montessory philosophy among Tibetan schools. More importantly, teachers understood how to build good relationship with kids and how to respect them. Although teachers often push small children too hard to learn in traditional ways, through TALI's workshops many teachers have started to change their minds and adopt Montessory philosophy. Kids are also happy to learn things by doing things instead of learning only by memorizing. Read more...
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