Best donation NGO Site in India | Top 10 NGO in India

There are many organizations are available but it is not possible to donate to each and every NGO available in India. Many NGOs for social change have increased in India for many years but in which few NGOs have expanded on the basis of scale and the impact on the community. There are only a few NGOs are available that made a substantial social impact in India until now.

In India, NGOs have developed because of their works in the last few years.

Non-Governmental Organizations in India do lots of hard works in the last few years. here we provide Some of the Top 10 NGOs in India that do lots of efforts to reach a level and some want to go where the Indian community has seen their efforts.

From this Blog, you will get complete detailed information about the Top NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) in India.

Top 10 NGO in India

Before providing the name of the top 10 NGOs in India first take a look at about NGO:-

What is NGO

An NGO stands for non-governmental organizations in which the government has no role. People who have good money or business help poor people through NGOs by donation. NGO is a group of different organizations or a subgroup of organizations established by citizens, These groups include clubs and associations that provide services to their members and others—NGO is aimed to provide welfare of society. NGOs do work for housing for widowed women, teaching poor orphans, protecting women, etc. if you don't understand by above definition then you can take a look at this table to understand easily.:-

NGO Overviews in Table

NGO (Full Form)

Non-Governmental Organization

Types of NGO

Trust Act of 1882
Society Act of 1860
Section 8 Act 2013

Tax Benefits

80G, 12AA

FCRA

Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act 2010

Work Areas

Education, Health, Environment, Agriculture, Women’s and Child, Sports, Old Age etc.

NGOs work

All over INDIA

Orientation

Charities, Service, Participation, Empowerment

Best NGO in India

Here the updated list of best NGOs in India is officially created by our team save daughters. To know detailed information about Registration, Purpose, Objectives, Mission and Vision, Office, etc. Read this post carefully.

              save daughters

  • Save daughters foundation: NGO famous for Rajasthan. Started in 2011, atul mangal is the founder of the saving daughter foundation

               

  • Smile Foundation: NGO based in New Delhi, started in 2002, Santanu Mishra is founder of smile foundation.

         

  • Save children: NGO  for children. started in 2008 .

            

  • Nanhi Kali: NGO for unprivileged girls, stated in 1996, Anand Mahindra is founder of nanhi kali.

        

  • Goonj: NGO based in Delhi, started in 1999, Anshu Gupta is the founder of Goonj

           

  • Helpage India: NGO for unaged people, started in 1978, Mr. Jackson Cole, Samson Daniel is founder of Helpage  India.

      

  • Give India Foundation: Online donation NGO, stated in 1999, Venkat Krishnan is founder of giving India Foundation.

            

  • CRY: NGO  for children, started in 1979, Rippan Kapur is the founder of CRY.

         

  • Care India: NGO for reducing poverty, started in 1946, Lincoln Clark is the foundation of care India.

         

  • Childline India Foundation: NGO for children, started in 1996, Jeroo Billimoria is the founder of Childline India Foundation

How to Start an NGO?

It is not a very difficult process to start an NGO. here are some of the following steps to start an NGO-

Steps to easily start an NGO in India:

Required Document

Some important documents are required to start an NGO-

  • Memorandum and Rules & Regulations in Duplicate duly signed by Minimum Three persons (Each page on bottom).
  • Ownership Proof of Registered Office. (Electricity Bill/Sale Deed/ GPA/Water Bill etc.)
  • Proof of residential / office address of all members of society such as Voter ID / Telephone bill / Electricity bill / Passport / Driving license etc.
  • NOC from Owner of premises on Rs.10/- Stamp Paper.
  • An affidavit from President on Rs.10/- Stamp Paper.
  • All members of society should sign the list of Desirous person.
  • Desirous persons or the persons subscribing the name to the Memorandum should not be (in any case) less than seven. If it is proposed to give All India character to the society, there must be eight different persons from different States of Indian Union to the Memorandum.

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