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DAANI is an AI-powered donor-backed funding platform. We are a platform where you have the power to control how and whom you fund. We manage and provide you with complete solutions for fund management and secure transactions.
Your transactions are secure with us, and we share them with no one.
Yes, our platform is safe for all transactions. We have partnered with global payment gateways to provide a smooth and secure experience.
Your contributions are safe with us. DAANI guarantees you the proper and optimum utilization of your donation. We will update you monthly through our reports.
Yes, All contributions made through DAANI are Tax-exempted. Please remember to share your PAN while pledging your support to receive the tax receipt.
As soon as the donation is received, the amount is allotted to the specific programme/project, to which it has been meant for. The utilization and results are managed, monitored and audited. The outcome is reflected in the impact report, which is shared with the donors.
As a credible organization, we honour the privacy of our members and donors. This data is not exposed or shared with any external agency under any circumstances. The information of all the members are kept secure and only such information is displayed that will not cause breach of privacy.
Yes, the website is safe for any kind of transaction. Also any information exchange is kept safe and in no condition gets disclosed. Also the payment gateway is a third party payment gateway recognized by the financial institutions under the government of India. So any transaction also is thoroughly secured.
Public charities are those tax-exempt nonprofits recognized under IRS Code section 501(c)(3) that receive funding from the public at large (as opposed to private foundations that receive their funding from a limited number of sources, typically from interest earned on the corpus of an endowment). Financial support for public charities can come in the form of donations from individuals as well as earned income, and from contracts/grants from the government (for services the nonprofits provides for the state/local or federal government), private foundations, corporate foundations, community foundations, donor advised funds, and other nonprofits. Public charities must demonstrate sufficient public support in order to maintain their favored tax status. Many organizations classified as public charities, such as churches, schools and hospitals, provide services directly to their intended beneficiaries. However, charitable nonprofits can also help other public charities operate by providing financial support or other resources. Note that, grants to individuals (whether from a private foundation or a charitable nonprofit) must be approved by the IRS.
The term "non-governmental organization" was first coined in the Charter of the United Nations in 1945. “NGO” is most often used to refer to a charitable nonprofit that is operating outside the US. An NGO can be any kind of organization, provided that it is independent from government influence and is not organized for personal profit. In contrast, the term “nonprofit” is the term used in the US to refer to organizations that are structured as nonprofit corporations, whether or not they are also designated as tax-exempt by the IRS.
Tax receipts are issued to all the donors irrespective of the amount supported. If the donor is donating Rs.500 or more, then they are eligible for Tax 80G exemption. The outcome is reflected in the impact report, which is shared with the donors.
Yes, tax receipts are issued to all the donors irrespective of the amount supported.