Top NGO in Himachal Pradesh. Who is providing a better Society?

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Non-Governmental Organizations in India have grown and strengthened through their good work in the last few decades. However, only a few of them have been able to make a good impact on society and some are still working hard and serving society. Despite being surrounded by all the troubles prevailing in our nation, it is the lack of transparency or the rate of corruption. There are some Top NGO in Himachal Pradesh that has reached a level and some want to reach where the Indian community has seen their efforts.

Today I will talk to you about the Top Non-Governmental Organizations in Himachal Pradesh, how they are doing good for society by doing good work for the society in India. They will give complete information about NGOs and how they will reach the top. Read more detail below for more information.

Top NGO in Himachal Pradesh

Before discussing the Top NGO’s in Himachal Pradesh, let us know some important things about these NGOs.

What is NGO

An NGO is an organization in which the government has no role; It is a Non-governmental organization. People who have good money or business help people through NGOs, this is an organization which is aimed at the welfare of the society. NGOs do a lot of social work such as housing for widowed women, teaching poor orphans, protection of women, etc.

NGO Overviews

NGONon-Governmental Organization
Types of NGOTrust Act of 1882
Society Act of 1860
Section 8 Act 2013
Tax Benefits80G, 12AA
FCRAForeign Contribution (Regulation) Act 2010
Work AreasEducation, Health, Environment, Agriculture, Women’s and Child, Sports, Old Age etc.
NGOs workAll over INDIA

Best NGO’s in Himachal Pradesh

Here the updated list of Top NGOs in Himachal Pradesh is officially created by our team NGOFeed. To know detailed information about Registration, Purpose, Objectives, Mission & Vision, Office etc. Read this post carefully.

Ruchi NGO

Ruchi NGO
Ruchi NGO

RUCHI is a non-political, non-profit organisation committed to the development of rural India. RUCHI began in October 1980 in a remote village in Chopal in the Shimla District. It was registered under The Societies Registration Act of 1860 in 1983, and its headquarters are now located at Bandh, a small village in the Himalayan foothills of Himachal Pradesh State, Northern India. RUCHI is now working in over 100 villages in the steep mountainous terrain of the Sirmour and Solan districts.

NameRuchi
Types of RegistrationNon-Profit Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded1983
Mission/VisionMission: Integrated Rural Development through People-Centred Environmentally Sustainable Action.
Vision: A society which believes in and practices peace, good governance, equality and respect for each other.
FounderDharamvir Singh
Area of WorkRUCHI is now working in over 100 villages in the steep mountainous terrain of the Sirmour and Solan districts.
Place of WorkIt operates in Himachal Pradesh.
Official Websitewww.ruchi.org.in
NGO Review4.9/5
Contact UsAddress: Distt. Solan, Bandh, Bhaguri, Himachal Pradesh 173233
Email: [email protected], [email protected]

Incredible Himachal NGO

Incredible Himachal
Incredible Himachal

“Incredible Himachal” (Society for Social Welfare & Environment) is founded on Dated 18th October 2010 in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh.

Our main motto is to spread the awareness among the people regarding the environment, Global warming, Pollution and also create efforts for the Promotion of culture preservation, science, literature, Tribal heritage, and rural development. Hemraj Chauhan Chairman of Incredible Himachal getting awards from Chief Minister Hon’ble Sh. Virbhadra Singh Ji for the Social Activities in Himachal. An Awareness Camp on “Tree Plantation” run by Incredible Himachal at Mandi during International Shivratri Fair-2012.

NameIncredible Himachal
Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G
Founded2010
Mission/VisionMission: To carry out all activities on a welfare basis without any discrimination on the basis of caste, creed or colour. Our main objective is to do work in the rural area for better & prosperous livelihood of rural people. We are actively working as a pressure group and focusing on Elder Rights such as the Right to adequate Health Insurance, Right to Universal Pension and working towards providing elders with a society with age-appropriate services.
Vision: To raise awareness among the people for global warming, Environment, Water resource management & solar energy. Creating a social awareness among people regarding their basic rights and guiding them to achieve their rights and to arrange social functions/ seminars/ lectures/ workshops/ personality development camp / national integration camps etc.
FounderHemraj Chauhan
Area of WorkWe working in environment, Global warming, Pollution and also create efforts for the Promotion of culture preservation, science, literature, Tribal heritage, and rural development.
Place of WorkIt operates in Himachal Pradesh.
Official Websitewww.ruchi.org.in
NGO Review4.8/5
Contact UsAddress: C-35/3, Vikas Nagar, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. PIN-171009
Email: [email protected]

Human Hope Foundation

Human Hope Foundation
Human Hope Foundation

Human Hope Foundation is a professionally run Non-Government Organisation (NGO) which aims to adopt a comprehensive approach to address the various issues faced by the underprivileged. Our comprehensive approach includes Remedial Education, Medical Relief and Livelihood opportunities to the underprivileged.

NameHuman Hope Foundation
Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G
Founded2010
Mission/VisionOur vision is to act as a catalyst in bringing Sustainable and Qualitative changes in the lives of the underprivileged.
FounderVikram
Area of WorkTo provide Education and Livelihood opportunities to the underprivileged.
To address, whenever possible, social issues affecting human life like Water, Sanitation, Health etc.
Place of WorkIt operates in Himachal Pradesh.
Official Websitewww.humanhopefoundation.ngo
NGO Review4.7/5
Contact UsAddress: C-36, Lane-1, Sector-2, New Shimla, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India. 171009.
Email: [email protected]

Lha Charitable Trust

Lha Charitable Trust
Lha Charitable Trust

Lha Charitable Trust is an award-winning, grassroots and registered 12AA & 80G non-profit organization and one of the largest Tibetan social work institutes based in Dharamshala, India.

We aim to provide vital resources for Tibetan refugees, the local Indian population and people from the Himalayan regions. Since its inception in 1997, Lha has continuously provided vital resources to people in need. Lha’s financial accounts are audited annually by a government-approved chartered accountant and tax return certificates are issued by the income tax department of the Government of India.

NameLha Charitable Trust
Types of RegistrationNon-Profit Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G
Founded1997
Mission/VisionMission: Lha is a sacred Tibetan word that means the fully-awakened state of mind and alludes to the fundamental nature of goodness. When the enlightened state of mind manifests as a sublime being to help guide beings towards enlightenment, it appears as a benevolent divine figure. The word Lha, therefore, means Deity and Divine.
Vision: Lha seeks to generate an atmosphere of harmony and cooperation within the community by tending to the needs of the impoverished and underprivileged.
FounderNgawang Rabgyal
Area of WorkWe aim to provide vital resources for Tibetan refugees, the local Indian population and people from the Himalayan regions.
Place of WorkIt operates in Himachal Pradesh.
Official Websitewww.lhasocialwork.org
NGO Review4.7/5
Contact UsAddress: Temple Road P.O. Mcleod Ganj Dharamsala Distt. Kangra Himachal Pradesh 176219 India
Email: [email protected]

Jagori Rural Charitable Trust

Jagori Rural Charitable Trust
Jagori Rural Charitable Trust

Jagori Rural Charitable Trust is a non-profit organization located in Rakkar, Dharamsala. They are committed to the cause of building a just and equitable society. They engagement with the community addresses all forms of discrimination based on gender, class, caste, religion, disability and all other forms of social exclusion. They seek to protect the individual and collective dignity of the most marginalized.

Our mission is to create a just and equal society for all. In order to do this, we help address discrimination on gender, caste, religion, disability, and sexual identities. We want to strengthen the voices of women and girls and ensure people’s right to life and safety.

NameJagori Rural Charitable Trust
Types of RegistrationNon-Profit Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G
Founded2010
Mission/VisionA just and equal society.
FounderAbha Bhaiya
Area of WorkWe help address discrimination on gender, caste, religion, disability, and sexual identities.
Place of WorkIt operates in Himachal Pradesh.
Official Websitewww.jagorigrameen.org
NGO Review4.6/5
Contact UsAddress: VPO Rakkar Sidhbari Tehsil Dharmshala, District Kangra Himachal Pradesh, INDIA 176057
Email: [email protected]

Gunjan Organization For Community Development

Gunjan Organisation For Community Development

GUNJAN Organisation for Community Development – established in the year 2003 and actively providing community services in the domain of Public Health i.e. HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, Support & Treatment, Drug and Alcohol Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation of people addicted to drugs; aging and services to senior citizens, Empowering Women; and Education of Women and Children.

NameGunjan Organization For Community Development
Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded2003
Mission/VisionMission: “To mobilise and harness the power of children, youth, women and community at large to combat illiteracy, ignorance, gender discrimination, health issues (especially STI/RTI and HIV/AIDS) and the evil of drug & alcohol addiction with an ultimate aim of crime prevention and development”
Vision: “To challenge the social inequalities and empower the vulnerable by enabling them to help themselves”
FounderSandeep Parmar
Area of WorkWe providing community services in the domain of Public Health i.e. HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, Support & Treatment, Drug and Alcohol Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation of people addicted to drugs; ageing and services to senior citizens, Empowering Women; and Education of Women and Children.
Place of WorkIt operates in Himachal Pradesh.
Official Websitewww.gunjanindia.org/
NGO Review4.6/5
Contact UsAddress: Tapovan Road, Siddhbari, Tehsil Dharmsala, District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh – 176057
Email: [email protected]

SUTRA Social Uplift Through Rural Action

SUTRA Social Uplift Through Rural Action
SUTRA

Social Uplift Through Rural Action (SUTRA), a non-governmental voluntary organization, was established with the support from Social Work Resource Centre (SWRC), Tilonia.

SUTRA has been working in Himachal Pradesh since 1977 and was registered in 1985. From service provision, the organization moved towards transformational change to address the problems emerging from their erstwhile beneficiaries. These included alcoholism, domestic and social violence, land encroachment, child marriages, health, girls’ education and declining sex ratios. Women’s collectives were formed and various training programs were conducted to empower these groups.

NameSUTRA Social Uplift Through Rural Action
Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded1977
Mission/VisionSUTRA’s goal is to enable the establishment of Gender Just Governance. It continues to work with several national and international organisations on the issue of decentralized governance, reproductive health, issues of single women and gender-just development.
FounderSubhash Mendhapurkar
Area of WorkWe work in included alcoholism, domestic and social violence, land encroachment, child marriages, health, girls’ education and declining sex ratios.
Place of WorkIt operates in Himachal Pradesh.
Official Websitewww.sutrahp.org
NGO Review4.5/5
Contact UsAddress: P.O. Jagjit Nagar Via: Jubbar, District Solan, Himachal Pradesh. India – 173 225
Email: [email protected]

Waste Warriors Dharamsala

Waste Warriors Dharamsala
Waste Warriors

Waste Warriors is a non-governmental organisation which undertakes waste collection, waste management consultancy, event waste management, and other related projects in Dehradun, Dharamshala, Corbett National Park, Goa, Himachal Pradesh and other parts of India. It was founded by Jodie Underhill and Taashi Pareek.

NameWaste Warriors Dharamsala
Types of RegistrationNon-Profit Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G
Founded2012
Mission/VisionMission: To improve working conditions for waste workers and take positive steps towards integrating the unorganized waste sector into the formal Solid Waste Management (SWM) industry whilst reducing the stigma attached to waste.
Vision: A clean India which has systems in place to ensure that every citizen disposes of their waste correctly and feels a sense of civic responsibility and national pride regarding cleanliness.
FounderJodie Underhill and Taashi Pareek
Area of WorkWaste Warriors has done extensive work in the area of waste collection and waste management.
Place of WorkIt operates in Himachal Pradesh.
Official Websitewww.wastewarriors.org
NGO Review4.5/5
Contact UsAddress: 136/2/2 Shivam Vihar, Rajpur Road, Jakhan, Dehradun, Uttarakhand – 248001
Email: [email protected]

Doers

Doers
Doers

Founded in the year 2015, Doers is a humanitarian organization working towards resilience and sustainability in the Himalayan region of India. Our knowledge-backed and experience-driven work with the local communities, government agencies, non-governmental organizations, educational institutions as well as business enterprises, has turned us into a credible agent of change in our areas of intervention. Doers is a member of the Global Network of Civil Society Organizations for Disaster Reduction (GNDR) and Mountain Partnerships (under the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations).

NameDoers
Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G
Founded2015
Mission/VisionMission: To develop community resilience against disasters and climate-related risks by carrying out localized, participatory, inter-disciplinary and sustainable interventions.
Vision: Resilient and climate-smart communities in the Himalayan region of India.
Founder
Area of WorkDoers believe that the ideas and actions have to be in synchronization in order to create a lasting impact in any field. We concentrate on programmatic interventions that promise to address at least one of these three themes-
– Resilience
– Sustainability
– Empowerment
Place of WorkIt operates in Himachal Pradesh.
Official Websitewww.doers.ngo
NGO Review4.4/5
Contact UsAddress: Doers, Dyerton Estate, Beerkhana Shimla 171001, Himachal Pradesh (INDIA)
Email: [email protected]

How to Start an NGO?

Before starting an NGO, you should know what are the basic problems of people in the area you want to reduce. Knowing this, it becomes easier to formulate the purpose and mission of your NGO accordingly. After this, you have to decide the vision, mission and objectives of the NGO.

People who have problems within society will have to work accordingly. Because no one listens to many people’s problems. Therefore, the purpose of any NGO should be to understand the problems of the people and start their NGO accordingly.

Required Document

Before starting an NGO you need some important documents.

  • Memorandum and Rules & Regulations in Duplicate duly signed by Minimum Three persons (Each page on bottom).
  • Ownership Proof of Registered Office. (Electricity Bill/Sale Deed/ GPA/Water Bill etc.)
  • Residential/Office Address Proof of all members of the Society. Such as Voter ID/ Telephone Bill/ Electricity Bill/Pass Port/Driving License etc.
  • NOC from Owner of premises on Rs.10/- Stamp Paper.
  • An affidavit from President on Rs.10/- Stamp Paper.
  • List of Desirous person should be signed by all members of society.
  • Desirous persons or the persons subscribing the name to the Memorandum should not be (in any case) less than seven. If it is proposed to give All India character to the society there must be a minimum of eight different persons from different States of Indian Union to the Memorandum.

How to Register an NGO?

The process of registration of an NGO in India is done in three ways. Or we can also say that NGOs can be registered in any of the three Acts. Let us know what are these three acts?

  • Trust Act
  • Society Act
  • Companies Act

Trust Act

There are Trust Acts in various states of India but if a state does not have a Trust Act, then the 1882 Trust Act applies in that state. It is necessary to have at least two trustees under this act. To register an NGO under this Act, you have to apply to the charity commissioner or registrar office. To register an NGO under the Trust Act, you need a document called a deed.

Society Act

Registration under the Act requires a Memorandum of Association and Rules & Regulations document, this document is very important. A minimum of 7 members is required to create this document. NGOs are registered as societies, but in the state of Maharashtra, NGOs can be registered as trustees in some states such as the Societies Act.

Section 8 Company Act

Memorandum and articles of association and regulation document are required for registration of an NGO under the Companies Act. No stamp paper of any kind is required to create this document, a minimum of three members are required to create this document. In this act, the NGO is registered under the Companies Act.

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