Tier I - Visible on the GiveIndia Site
From time of going live up to 30th November
Yes, you can create 3 Donations Options along with Corpus Fund & General Fund. You can receive US and UK tax-deductible donations.
Yes, any visitor to the site sees your NGO information and can make a donation to you
Yes, you can set up iGive pages to raise funds for your NGO. All funds raised through iGive must also be used only for education, medical relief, preservation of environment or relief of poor as defined by IT Act, 1961.
Yes, you must provide feedback for your Donation Options and a Reimbursement Report t for iGive pages.
You must also provide a CA certified Utilisation Certificate for the moneys received, once in a year.
NGOs that have the ability to provide individual feedback for each beneficiary/Donation Option.
NGOs that are able to break down their projects into Donation Option amounts in the range of Rs.500 - Rs.25,000
NGOs that are willing to be transparent and accountable, meet high standards of public accountability
Tier II - only iGive pages. NOT VISIBLE ON GIVEINDIA WEBSITE
From time of going live up to 31st October
No, you cannot create any Donations Options
No, you can only set up iGive pages that help channel funds to your NGO so you must drive visitors to your iGive page.
Regular visitors to the GiveIndia site cannot see your organisation.
Yes, you can set up iGive pages to raise funds for your NGO. This is the only way for you to raise funds on GiveIndia.
All funds raised through iGive must be used for education, medical relief, preservation of environment or relief of poor as defined by IT Act, 1961, only.
While US/UK donors will be able to donate through your iGive page (by setting the tax status in their profile to 'Other'), they will not receive any tax benefits on the same.
You must provide a Reimbursement Report for iGive pages, prior to raising funds.
You must also provide a CA certified utilisation certificate for the moneys received, post the fundraising.
NGOs that have a base of retail donors and the ability to reach out to them, but do not wish to comply with very high public accountability standards
NGOs that are participating in an event (such as a Marathon or Joy of Giving Week) and need an online payment gateway.
NGOs that have someone that wants to raise/donate a large amount to them.
If your NGO does not have any of the above, please DO NOT apply for Tier II listing.