TAFSUS Turkish American Friendship Society of US


TAFSUS (Turkish American Friendship Society of US) , is a non-profit organization established in 1966 to promote better understanding and friendship between Turkish and American communities through educational, cultural and social activities. TAFSUS is an association, which serves the Turkish, the Turkish-American and the American communities in Southeastern Pennsylvania, and South New Jersey. Giving a true and honest image of Turkey is important to all of us, Americans and Turkish Americans and of major importance to our children. With your support TAFSUS will continue to build bridges between the two countries and cultures. 

Visit our Events page for past and upcoming activities. Remember to check us out on Facebook for other updates. To join our email list send your contact information to: youth@tafsus.net.

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Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Membership Resources
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Turkish Republic and its first President, stands as a towering figure of the 20th Century. Among the great leaders of history, few have achieved so much in so …  View More You can become a TAFSUS member by submitting a membership application form and paying an annual membership fee. We count on your generous support and remind you that membership fees and donations … View More All website links, business or individual contact information provided on the TAFSUS website are for information purposes only. TAFSUS does not endorse or take responsibility for the content on such other websites… View More
“I am not leaving a spiritual legacy of dogmas, unchangeable petrified directives. My spiritual legacy is science and reason.

People who will follow us will realize that upon challenging and deeply entrenched obstacles, even though we may not have fully achieved all our goals, we never made a concession and always took science and reason as our guide.

Time is passing by so quickly; nations’, societies’, and people’s perception on even welfare and misery changes. In this world, claiming to bring never changing judgment means denying progression of reason and science. What I wanted to do and what I tried to achieve for the Turkish nation is quite evident.

If those people who wish to follow me after I am gone take the reason and science as their guides they will be my true spiritual heirs.”

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