To provide for poor and marginalized people in communities throughout the world.
Make grants for charitable public purposes that promote the mission of Talossa Aid and reflect the ideals of the Kingdom of Talossa.
Compassion - we are committed to being sensitive,
understanding and caring in our service of each other
and all people.
Integrity - we are committed to being honest, accountable,
transparent and just in all our work and relationships.
Respect - we are committed to treating each person as
we expect to be treated, offering love, acceptance and a
voice of support in the face of lifeï¿½s challenges.
Perseverance - we are committed to being the very best
we can be by utilizing effective, creative, and environmentally
responsible ways to fulfill our mission.
Celebration - we are committed to recognizing and
celebrating the efforts and achievements of The Citizens of Talossa our members, supporters and the people we help.
Human Rights-Talossa AID is a humanitarian organization dedicated to the principles enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of freedom, equality and solidarity. Further, as a conduit of the generosity of the Talossan people, Talossa AID, seeks to support efforts by peoples around the globe to live a life of dignity, autonomy, and opportunity within an unbroken and united human family. There is no catastrophe or calamity, whether natural or created by humankind, that the sustained attention and action of fellow brethren in recognition of a shared destiny, that does not yield to hope and ingenuity.
Matters of Governance
Talossa Aid will be governed by an Executive Board of 3
Executive Board Member- Financial Trustee
Executive Board Member
Executive Board Member-Convener
All board members are of equal status and hold one vote each, all decisions will be voted on and carried by the majority. They will be answerable to the general membership and accountable to the Citizens of Talossa.
All proceeds received must go to charitable aid purposes. The very small costs of administration would be met by members of the board personally. Unless a specific public request for donation of funds for administrative or other non charitable expenses for a particular project is made.
Membership will be granted on a basis to be agreed upon for a small yearly membership fee of $5 US these funds must only be used for charitable purposes.
This Charter is the establishing document for Talossa AID and changes to this document are Proposed by The Executive Board and must be Ratified by a Referendum requiring a two-thirds Majority of registered Members who vote.
Our first Provisional Special Aid Projects we would aim to commit ourselves to in our first 12 months
1.Support for Tibet Government in Exile
2.Support for a project within the GTA
3.www.kiva.org which allows you to donate funds to low-risk micro-loans to help aspiring entrepreneurs in poor and/or underdeveloped areas to get their business ventures' off the ground.
2009 Financial Statements
2010 Financial Statements
2011 Financial Statements
Donations to Talossa AID
Donations to Talossa AID are greatly appreciated. Please click the "Donate" button below to donate to Talossa AID. All major credit cards and paypal are accepted. Any donation amount of $5 or more is welcome, and we thank you for your generous support. You make Talossa AID possible!