Ngo consultancy in Delhi
Ngo consultancy in Delhi
Crystal Consultancy is a renowned organization running in Delhi since last 11 years offering a wide range of services in the field of ngo registration and documentation related work of NGOs.
80g registration
80g registration
Get your NGO registered under section 12A and section 80G of Income Tax Act 1961. 80G gives 50% tax rebate to donors and 12A gives life time tax exemption to NGOs.
FCRA
FCRA
Foreign Contribution Regulation Act 1976 makes the NGO to accept foreign funding. FCRA registration of any non government ngo can be done if it is least 3 years old.
NGO Projects for funding
NGO Projects for funding
Please feel free to contact us for all sorts of project formulated related to any ministry.
Website design
Website design
Crystal Consultancy has a team of well experienced developers and designers who understand your needs and provide you a real professional website.

Registration of a Trust

A trust is a convenient method whereby a limited number of persons may hold property on behalf other persons, who maybe a large or fluctuating body or who may include persons not yet born. Once the property has vested in the trustees, they own the property, but they has compelled by law to exercise their ownership for the benefit of the beneficiaries and for them only. It means that legal ownership vests in the trustee or trustees but beneficiaries have  ownership. A trust is an obligation annexed to the ownership of property and arising out of a confidence reposed in and accepted by the owner, or declared and accepted by him for the benefit of another, or of another and the owner • Author of Trust – the person who reposes or declares the confidence is calling the “Author of the trust” • Trustee – The person who accepts the confidence is calling the “Trustee” • Beneficiaries – The person for whose benefit the confidence is accepting called the “Beneficiaries” • Trust Property – The subject matter of trust has called “Trust Property” or “Trust money” • Instrument of Trust – The instrument, if any, by which the trust is

Benefits of ngo

A person running an ngo can have several benefits. If the ngo is registered under section 12a and 80g, the ngo tax is exempted lifetime and the donor gets 50% tax rebate while giving donation to that ngo. The ngo can also approach corporates for funding.

Who can form an ngo

Any person can form a ngo provided he is not involved in any government job and the person has attained 18 years of age. Ngos are of basically 3 categories- Trust registered under Indian Trust Act 1882. Society registered under Indian Societies Act 1860 Section 25 Company Act