Pecuniary Donation Requirements

Helping Hand Foundation is always ready to welcome like-minded individuals, students, corporate houses, and well-wishers to be our members, donors, partners & volunteers who wish to help us in our mission by donating their time, energy, skills & resources. There are numerous ways in which you can help us impacting lives and building better communities.
If you like to be a part of this effort, you can render your support in the following ways: 
Our Organization is looking for generous donors like you
1. Make a Pecuniary Donation:  Monetary donations through Cheque (we do not accept cash)
Get a friend, a corporate or a foundation to make one too. Even a small donation either monetary or non-monetary goes a long way in helping the underprivileged have a better future.You can send any form of donations by cheque / parcel to ‘Helping Hand Foundation’ and send it to the administrative address by registered post/courier

Admin Address :

 302, Ganesh Society No: 02 CHSL, Off Our Lady of Sea Church Road, Uttan, Mira Bhayander, Tal-Dist, Thane – 401106, Mumbai, Maharashtra – INDIA.

Alternatively you can wire transfer (NEFT) using following details and intimate us :
Account Number    :  A/c No:31879021395
Bank Name             :  State Bank Of India
Branch Name          :  Bhayander West
IFSC Code                : SBIN0032189 or SBIN0005318
Account type           :  Saving Bank Account, Domestic

N.B : Monetary Donors have the privilege of Income Tax Exemptions U/s 80G of Income Tax Act, 1961 (validity of our 80G is perpetual as per CBDT Circular No. 7/2010 dt. 27/10/2010)

It is MANDATORY for Monetary Donors donating above Rs: 2500/- to disclose their complete name, age, gender, address and PAN number to us for the records.

2. Make a Donation: (Corpus Fund):   
A large and healthy Corpus Fund safeguards the future of an organization and  therefore the future of the beneficiaries. You can make a contribution to our corpus fund in the same way as above, by specifying in writing that your contribution is for our corpus.

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