It is to encourage people to donate for different social causes that the Indian taxation laws allow donors – whether individuals or organizations – to claim exemption under Section 80G. The amount donated can be claimed as a deduction at the time of filing his income tax return. Donating to an NGO is one of the best ways to get income tax exemption.
While Save the Children appreciates monthly donations where you choose to donate a small fixed amount monthly for us to be able to plan our programmes for a longer term, a single donation can also help save a child.
You will get your tax exemption certificate within a week of your one time donation (quarterly in case of regular donors, who pledge monthly donations, after their first month's donation). You will get monthly updates on how you are making a difference.
*Your Donation is eligible for 50% deduction subject to 10% of adjusted gross total income. Any amount that exceeds 10% of gross total income does not qualify for exemption. We are a incorporated under Section 25 of the Companies Act 1956 as non-profit companies.
*data from January 01 2015 to December 31 2015
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