NGO CSR Registration

NGO CSR Registration involves the formal process by which non-governmental organizations (NGOs) register with the government to participate in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives of companies.

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    Form CSR 1 is the designated registration form for entities seeking CSR funding. It is mandated by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs for organizations intending to undertake CSR activities with funding from companies and corporations. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) are also required to register using Form CSR1 to be eligible for CSR funding. This registration ensures effective monitoring of CSR spending in the country.

    The Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014 and Section 135 of the Companies Act, which addresses corporate social responsibility (CSR), control Form CSR1. For organisations to satisfy their CSR commitments and adhere to the criteria of filing Form CSR1, these regulations give the structure and recommendations.

    FilingMan specializes in guiding NGOs through the intricacies of CSR Registration, facilitating their formal inclusion in Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives. Leveraging their expertise, FilingMan assists NGOs in understanding the regulatory framework, compiling required documentation, and navigating the application process, ensuring seamless registration that empowers NGOs to collaborate effectively with companies in contributing to societal well-being through CSR programs.

    Eligibility Requirements

    1. An NGO registered under Sections 12A and 80G of the Income Tax Act of 1961 or Section 8 of the Companies Act of 2013.
    2. An NGO that is registered as a society or trust or that was incorporated in accordance with Section 8 of the Companies Act of 2013 and is employed by the federal or state governments.
    3. Any NGO created in accordance with a law passed by the State legislature or the Parliament.
    4. A non-profit organisation with at least three years of experience carrying out philanthropic operations and that has been incorporated under Section 8 of the Companies Act of 2013 or registered as a society or trust under Sections 12A and 80G of the Income Tax Act of 1961.

    Documents required in NGO CSR1 Filing

    PAN Card of the NGO

    Email ID and mobile number

    Details of the members serving the NGO

    Registration certificate of the NGO

    Copies of the 12A and 80G orders

    NGO Darpan ID

    Signature of an authorized person along with their PAN Card

    Trust Deed (in case of a Trust)

    Memorandum for a registered society

    Company CSR Policy

    Company CSR report

    Company sustainability report

    Specifics of the subsidiary Specifics of the other entity

    Signature of any trustee acting on behalf of a registered trust

    Signature of a registered society's secretary or chairman

    Signature of a Director serving a Company under Section 8 Signature of an authorised

    Signatory in the case of a Company operating under the purview of a State Legislature or Act of Parliament

    Signature of an active professional, such as a CA, CMA, or CS.

    NGO CSR Registration Procedure

    Ensure Eligibility

    Verify that your NGO complies with the requirements set forth in the Companies Act and relevant regulations for reporting CSR1.

    Collect the Necessary Documents

    Gather all the required paperwork, such as the NGO's PAN card, mail ID, mobile number, information on the people who work for the NGO, the registration certificate, and copies of the 12A and 80G orders.

    Access the Portal

    Go to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs' official website to get to the CSR portal.

    Complete the form

    Fill out the CSR1 form completely, including all necessary information, such as the NGO's Darpan ID, the signatures of authorised parties, the trust deed or memorandum (depending on the kind of organisation), the firm CSR policy, the CSR report, and the sustainability report.

    Review and submit

    Verify the accuracy and completeness of all the data you've submitted. submit the CSR1 form via the web portal once you're satisfied.

    Verification and approval

    The competent authorities will verify the completed form. To make that CSR regulations are being followed, they will examine the information and documentation that have been given.

    Communication and Compliance

    The authorities will notify the results of the CSR1 file after the verification procedure. If approved, the NGO can move forward with CSR initiatives supported by businesses and corporations.

    It is significant to note that the aforementioned procedures only serve as a broad overview of the process; for correct and up-to-date information on submitting CSR1 for NGOs, it is advised to consult the official guidelines and resources.

    NGO CSR Registration Costs

    NGO CSR Registration

    ₹ 2,499 / Only

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      Benefits of NGO CSR Registration

      Access to Corporate support

      NGOs can qualify for corporate support by registering with CSR. For more transparency and accountability, many businesses choose to fund registered NGOs and dedicate a certain percentage of their income to CSR initiatives.

      Enhanced reputation

      CSR registration raises an NGO's reputation and dependability. It displays the organization's dedication to upholding its social obligations and complying with governmental regulations.

      Expanded Opportunities

      Registered NGOs now have more chances to work with businesses and the government on a variety of social activities. They can take part in projects, collaborations, and programmes supported by businesses, expanding their reach and influence.

      Tax advantages

      CSR registration entitles NGOs to tax advantages. Companies can deduct donations given to recognised NGOs for CSR purposes, incentivizing them to make larger contributions to social causes.

      Greater Visibility

      In the CSR ecosystem, registered NGOs are given more exposure and respect. They can be found and supported more easily by businesses and individuals because they are listed on government sites.

      Compliance with Legal Requirements

      The Companies Act's legal requirements are complied with thanks to CSR registration. NGOs can comfortably engage in CSR initiatives without worrying about or encountering any legal obstacles.

      Monitoring and Evaluation

      The government authorities regularly monitor and evaluate registered NGOs. This procedure aids in upholding transparency, guaranteeing correct financial management, and enhancing the effectiveness of CSR operations.

      Collaboration with Government

      Government organisations and agencies frequently provide support and chances for collaboration to CSR registered NGOs. Through this relationship, they are able to coordinate their efforts with the objectives for the country's growth and make a greater social impact.

      Why Choose FilingMan

      For NGO CSR Registration?

      Choosing FilingMan for your NGO's CSR Registration brings a wealth of benefits and expertise to the table. With a proven track record in guiding organizations through complex regulatory processes, FilingMan offers a tailored approach that streamlines the entire CSR Registration journey. Their knowledgeable team not only simplifies the intricacies of the application process but also ensures that your NGO's mission aligns seamlessly with the CSR goals of partnering companies. By entrusting FilingMan, you gain a strategic partner that navigates the regulatory landscape, optimizes documentation, and fosters collaborations, enabling your NGO to make a meaningful and lasting impact in the realm of Corporate Social Responsibility.

      FilingMan's commitment goes beyond mere registration; they stand as a dedicated ally invested in your NGO's success. With a deep understanding of CSR regulations and an extensive network, FilingMan empowers your organization to effectively engage with corporations, leverage resources, and drive positive change within communities. By choosing FilingMan, you unlock a comprehensive support system that ensures your NGO is not only recognized for its valuable contributions but also equipped to maximize its potential in creating a better world through CSR initiatives.

      NGO CSR Registration FAQ'S

      What is NGO CSR Registration, and why is it important for NGOs?
      NGO CSR Registration is the formal process of registering non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to participate in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives of companies. It is essential for NGOs to collaborate with businesses and contribute effectively to social development projects.
      How does FilingMan assist NGOs in the CSR Registration process?
      FilingMan provides comprehensive support to NGOs, guiding them through the entire CSR Registration process. They help NGOs understand the regulatory requirements, compile necessary documents, and navigate the application process efficiently.
      What are the key documents required for NGO CSR Registration, and how does FilingMan handle documentation?
      The documentation for NGO CSR Registration may include organizational details, mission statements, financial reports, and more. FilingMan's experts assist NGOs in gathering, organizing, and submitting accurate documentation to ensure a successful registration.
      How does FilingMan ensure that NGOs align with CSR goals while registering?
      FilingMan works closely with NGOs to ensure their mission and activities align seamlessly with the CSR objectives of partnering companies. Their experienced team assists NGOs in crafting compelling narratives that highlight their impact and contribution to social causes.
      Why should NGOs choose FilingMan for CSR Registration?
      FilingMan offers specialized expertise in CSR regulations and a deep understanding of the registration process. By choosing FilingMan, NGOs gain a reliable partner that simplifies complex procedures, maximizes documentation accuracy, and empowers them to forge meaningful partnerships with businesses to drive positive social change.