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DONATE  •  Donation FAQs

1) I live in Chennai (or nearby cities), how can I donate?

We accept donations from Indian citizens. Follow the link http://www.aidindia.in/donate to donate online.

You can also send us a cheque payable to ‘AID INDIA’ to the above-mentioned address. Please remember to send your name, address, contact details and passport number without fail.

2) I’m an Indian living in the US. How can I donate?

If you an Indian, residing in the US (ie holding Indian passport), and you are not particular about getting tax exemption in the US, you can donate using the link http://www.aidindia.in/donate. You can also donate through your family and friends in India using the same link.

3) I’m an Indian living outside India and US. How can I donate?

If you an Indian, ie holding Indian passport, you can donate through your family and friends in India using the link http://www.aidindia.in/donate. You also have wire transfer option available. Please write to us at info@aidindia.in for details.

4) I’m not an Indian. How can I donate?

AID INDIA can accept donations from Indian citizens only. If you are not an Indian, but residing in the US, you can donate to AID US using the link https://secure.aidindia.org/donate/aid-us

5) Why is my passport information needed?

AID INDIA can receive donations only from Indian nationals including those living abroad. This is one of the many checks that we have put in place to ensure that we abide by all legal rules and regulations. Collecting passport number and donor details is a statutory requirement from the Government of India.

6) Are my donations exempted from tax in India?

Indian nationals residing in India will receive an 80G tax exemption certificate.

7) I’m an Indian national living in the US. Can I get tax exemption in the US for my donation?

Donations to AID INDIA are exempt from tax only in India. If you wish to avail tax benefits in the US, you can donate to AID US using Donations to AID INDIA are exempt from tax only in India. If you wish to avail tax benefits in the US, you can donate to AID US using https://secure.aidindia.org/donate/aid-us

8) We’re a corporate based in India. How can we help?

We accept donations in cash or kind only from Indian companies. You can help us in kind and cash both for immediate relief and long-term rehabilitation. You can get in touch with our coordinator Padmini: +91 9884518187.

9) We’re a corporate (or Foundation) based outside India. How can we help?

We accept donations in cash or kind only from Indian companies. You can donate to AID USusing the link https://secure.aidindia.org/donate/aid-us

10) I’m an Indian passport holder residing outside India. Do I need an Indian bank account to donate online?

If you are using our link http://www.aidindia.in/donate then you will need an Indian bank account to donate. If you don’t have one, you can write to us (info@aidindia.in) for direct bank transfer (wire) details.

11) I’m a not an Indian citizen (residing in India or elsewhere). Can I donate?

Non-Indian citizens cannot donate to AID INDIA. You can donate to AID US using the link https://secure.aidindia.org/donate/aid-us

12) I’m not an Indian citizen but currently I reside in India. Can I donate in Indian Rupees?

The currency of donation does not matter. The source of funding should be from an Indian citizen. AID INDIA cannot accept donations from foreign nationals. You can donate to AID US using the link https://secure.aidindia.org/donate/tnfloods

 

 

 

 

 

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