Organisations’ List Eligible for Tax-deductible DonationAlthough there is no limit in the amount one wants to donate, there are certain cases where a maximum of 10 per cent of the gross income is accepted. The following is the break-up under Section 80G:
- 100% deduction with no qualifying limit
- 50% deduction minus the qualifying limit
- 100% deduction subject to a specific qualifying limit
- 50% deduction subject to a predetermined qualifying limit
100% Tax-deductible Donation
- Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund
- Chief Minister’s Earthquake Relief Fund, Maharashtra
- Army Central Welfare Fund
- Air Force Central Welfare Fund
- Indian Naval Benevolent Fund
- An approved Educational institution or university of national eminence
- Central Govt.’s Fund for Technology Development & Application
- Government/association/institution/local authority promoting family planning
- National or State Blood Transfusion Council
- Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister’s Cyclone Relief Fund
- Indian Olympic Association and any other notified associations
- Chief Minister’s or Lt. Governor’s Relief Fund
- Donations made to Zila Saksharta Samitis
- National Foundation for Communal Harmony
- National Trust for Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation & Multiple Disabilities
- National Cultural Fund
- National Sports Fund
- Prime Minister’s Armenia Earthquake Relief Fund
- National Illness Assistance Fund
- The Africa (Public Contribution – India) Fund
50% Tax-deductible Donation:
- Donations made to the government/local authority for charitable purposes except for family planning.
- Prime Minister’s Drought Relief Fund
- The Rajiv Gandhi Foundation
- Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund
- National Children’s Fund
- Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust
- World Vision India
- Authorities/Corporations eligible for income exemption under Section 10(26BB)
- Udavum Karangal
- Donations for renovation or repair of religious places
100% Tax-deductible Donation Subject to 10% of Adjusted Total Gross Income
- Amount paid towards the Indian Olympic Association
- Donations to local authorities/government for family planning promotions
50% Tax-deductible Donation in lieu of 10% of Total Gross Income
Under this, donations made to local authorities or charity for their existing charitable initiatives except for family planning promotions. The tax exemption is deductible under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
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