Member Initiated Projects

India Network Foundation
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Member Initiated Projects

India Network Foundation encourages members to take-up projects in villages and towns across India. In each of these cases, members identify the projects that they would like to take, identify the person that they trust would execute the project, and donate funds to carry on the project on a timely fashion. INF is inclined towards supporting elementary education/health related projects in rural India but other project ideas are welcome as well. It is very easy to take-up small projects. Funds donated to the INF are tax-exempt in the United States and all contributors will be provided a receipt for tax purpose.

Please provide the following information to INF about your project:

1. Project Description (incl. the physical location, how you came to know about the project and who will benefit from the project, etc.)

2. Project Executing Person/Agency

Identify an individual or an agency (sorry, no governmental agencies are acceptable) that would execute the project on behalf of the Foundation. Provide complete address of the person in India that has agreed to help execute the project.

3. Funds: Write a check made payable to the “India Network Foundation” and mail to the foundation office. Write a letter clearly addressing the above two items. Nominal Administrative Charges will be levied by the INF.

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INF Requirements:

1. The Project will be executed as the India Network Foundation Project. However, INF would acknowledge the member contribution that made possible the project execution.

2. The Party receiving the funds should acknowledge the donation to the INF office and send a detailed report within 6 months indicating how the funds have been utilized and whether the work has been completed. It is possible that some projects run more than 6 months and in such cases an interim report must be filed with the INF office in USA.

3. INF at its discretion will send its Project Director in India to verify that the project has been executed as described and full co-operation is expected from the party receiving funds when such visit takes place.

4. INF reserves the right to reject member initiated project without assigning any reason. No correspondence is entertained in this regard and INF decision is final.

3 Responses to Member Initiated Projects

  1. To,
    The Hon’ble President,
    India Network Foundation,
    United States of America.

    Hon’ble Sir,

    With due respect, we appeal for donation to our Indira Welfare
    Education Society, a non-profits charitable organization registered
    under Society Regn. Act, XXI of 1860, Bombay Public Trust act,
    1950 by Maharashtra Govt. Foreign Contribution (Regulation ) Act,
    1976 (FCRA No. 083870236) and under section 12A, 80G(5)(vi) by Govt.of India

    The society purchased in 1999, ½ acre of land at Govindgad village,
    Nagpur district, to develop it into a good school and home for weaker
    sections children, regardless of caste, creed, race or religion.
    Govindgad village are tribal, slum-dwellers areas and that the people
    are economically very poor, daily wages, labors, they are living hand
    to mouth and they are busy earning their daily bread. There is no
    school in the periphery 8-9 kms. In 2000, we started Pre-school
    (Non formal education ) and Indira Shanti Niketan Primary School
    (grade Ist to 8th pattern) in Hindi Medium was established 2006,
    recognized by Maharashtra Govt. in an Unaided Basis.

    We motivating & counseling the parents on importance of an educating the child. We
    have been encouraging the down trodden children by providing free of
    cost education, uniforms, books, school bags, note books, footwear,
    biscuits, chocolates and mid-day meals every working day. We have
    provided such support almost 203 kids every year studying in
    different education.

    Indira welfare Education Society was founded, and is operated, on the
    idea that this work is done to please the Creator by serving His
    Creation. The society does not have any government funding. For
    Indira welfare education society is worship as well since they may
    be rewarded by God for the work.

    May, I request your kind honor Sir, please feel mercy on us, please
    to help a kid with access to school supplies & food for a hungry kid and Your generous donation will benefits underprivileged of Nagpur, India.

    We, thank you with daily prayers to God for you and your well being ministry.
    Hoping you will be oblige and we are expecting your kind blessings.

    Yours Sincerely
    Aleem Khan
    (Chief functionary ) Opp. Ingle House, Near Hanuman Mandir, Chhaoni,
    Nagpur-440013, Maharashtra, India.
    Email : indirawes786@gmail.com
    Mobile No. 9372415198.

    Here is Bank A/c detail :
    Name of the Bank : Union Bank of India, Katol Road, Branch, Nagpur, Maharashtra.
    Name of the account : Indira Welfare Education Society.
    A/C No. 458102010063778
    IFSC Code : UBIN0545813
    SWIFT Code : UBININBBDHN.
    PAN No. AAATI5574P.

    • Support

      Your project appear to be impressive and we wish you all the best. Sorry, India Network Foundation is not currently funding any India based non profit organizations.

  2. India Network Foundation facilitates project funding if any of our members are interested in taking up projects such as yours. At this time, India Network Foundation does not plans to any fund any additional projects in India but welcome any members to support any kind of projects for community development.

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