Top NGO in Jharkhand. 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 Jharkhand 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 Jharkhand, 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 Jharkhand

Before discussing the Top NGO’s in Jharkhand, 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 Jharkhand

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

Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra

Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra

Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra was created a progressive, peaceful, indiscreet virtues to build a society based on the values of equality, fraternity, and mutual help. They wanted to pull up the root causes of poverty. Their main target is the poor towns and villages in Bihar, where indigent people are trapped in the hands of poverty.

NameNav Bharat Jagriti Kendra
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded1971
Mission/VisionOur Mission: To educate, organise and empower the rural poor by promoting development as a liberating force for achieving social justice, economic growth and self-reliance.
Our Vision: To establish a progressive, peaceful and just society based on the values of equality, fraternity and mutual-help.
FounderMr Satish Girija
Area of Workthe organization to make it energetic and active for more than four decades in villages of Jharkhand and Bihar through various innovative programs on socio-economic development, health & sanitation, advocacy and education.
Place of WorkIt operates in Jharkhand.
Official Websitewww.nbjk.org
NGO Review4.9/5
Contact UsAddress: At-Bahera, PO-Brindavan, Via-Chouparan, District-Hazaribag (Jharkhand)
Email: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Jan Lok Kalyan Parishad

Jan Lok Kalyan Parishad
Jan Lok Kalyan Parishad

In 1989, two young persons from lalmati village Taljhari Block, Sahibganj District, Binod Kr. Parmanik and Shiv Charan Uraw formed a club by the name of Nehru Yuva Club. The main motive of this club was to guide the youths, especially tribals living below poverty line about their rights and obligations.

The club gets registered in 1990. the villagers of lalmati cooperated with the club helping it to expand activities venturing in health and education. the villagers extended support in these activities and this encouraged the club to operate sewing centre. some keen women joined the sewing centre leading to the socio-economic development of the villagers. this encouraged club members to discuss the registration of the club. In 1992, Sri Subhash Sharma, then district collector of pakur was impressed by the performance of the club encouraged club members for registration.

NameJan Lok Kalyan Parishad
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded1989
Mission/VisionOur Mission: To build Conscious, United, Self Dependent, Educated and Healthy Society by Promoting Social and Economic empowerment for vulnerable communities focusing on women and child in need of care and protection.
Our Vision: Economically stabilized, educated, healthy, Safe & Protected Society for vulnerable communities with full of opportunity for growth and development.
FounderBinod Kumar Parmanik and Shiv Charan Uraw
Area of WorkTo build Conscious, United, Self Dependent, Educated and Healthy Society by Promoting Social and Economic empowerment for vulnerable communities.
Place of WorkIt operates in Jharkhand.
Official Websitewww.jlkp.org.in
NGO Review4.9/5
Contact UsAddress: Near quarry association, Sindhi Para, Pakur, Jharkhand, India, 816107
Email: [email protected]

Pratigya

Pratigya
Pratigya

Pratigya is Jharkhand based social enterprise driving grassroots initiatives and community programme in urban and rural areas of Jharkhand on issues of Education, Children’s care, protection and development.

Started in June 2007 by a group of committed youth who took inspiration from former President of India Dr.A.P.J. Abdul Kalam’s appeal for the empowerment of kids through education. The pledge to spread the light of education to every child has helped more than 1000 underprivileged kids.

NamePratigya
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded2007
Mission/VisionOur Mission: Ensuring a quality education for every child and youth, and freeing them from the shackles of ignorance and poverty.
Our Vision: Every child and youth having equal opportunity to open her/his mind towards the light of learning.
FounderAjay Kumar
Area of WorkWe work in urban and rural areas of Jharkhand on issues of Education, Children’s care, protection and development.
Place of WorkIt operates in Jharkhand.
Official Websitewww.pratigya.in
NGO Review4.8/5
Contact UsAddress: CD-611, Sector-2, HEC, Dhurwa, Ranchi-834004, Jharkhand, India
Email: [email protected]

Srijan Foundation

Srijan Foundation

Srijan Foundation (SF) is a Jharkhand based non-profit NGO formed by a group of socially committed young professionals in 1995 and formally registered in 7th February 2001 under the Indian Trust Act 1882. Since its inception, SF has been working directly with the community, particularly with women and children, struggling with poverty, social exclusion and gender injustice. Keeping them in the focus SF is working for the all-round development by ensuring their rights within the human rights approach.

NameSrijan Foundation
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G
Founded1995
Mission/VisionOur Mission: To build the capacity of the community in general and the grass-root organizations in particular t take up the responsibility to further enhancing the capacities of the most marginalized and vulnerable sections for their empowerment and self-reliance.
Our Vision: To create an egalitarian, empowered and self-reliant society.
Founder
Area of WorkSF has been working directly with the community, particularly with women and children, struggling with poverty, social exclusion and gender injustice.
Place of WorkIt operates in Jharkhand.
Official Websitewww.srijanjhk.org
NGO Review4.7/5
Contact UsAddress: Srijan Foundation, 106, Bijoy Enclave, Heerabag Chowk, Matwari, Hazaribag – 825301
Email: [email protected]

Samarpan

Samarpan
Samarpan

Samarpan is a child right based organization of Jharkhand. The organization was established with the vision to ensure the rights of children and contribute to their optimum development.

Samarpan is a Hindi word, which means Devotion, Dedication and Commitment. With dedication and commitment we render our services for those who are backward and deprived from Roji-Roti, Kapra, Education, Health, Security and Water. We extend our services to strengthen love, respect and rights to the needy people who are deprived. For the purpose to connect with development and mainstreaming of education of such people this organization is established

NameSamarpan
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded
Mission/VisionOur Mission: Samarpan gives opportunities for freedom, Justice, love and happiness to the children. We do this in programs, together with children, communities, like minded organizations and Government that share our vision for a better future.
Our Vision: A happy, healthy and creative child whose rights are protected and honored in a society that is built on respect for dignity, justice and equity for all children so that they can grow happily and without fear.
Founder
Area of WorkA Jharkhand based non-profit NGO & Charity Organization, working from last many years and had came forward and helped spreading awareness for child education, women’s right etc.
Place of WorkIt operates in Jharkhand.
Official Websitewww.samarpanjharkhand.org
NGO Review4.6/5
Contact UsAddress: Sundernagar, Koderma, 825410 (Jharkhand)
Email: [email protected]

Jharkhand Swabhiman

Jharkhand Swabhiman
Jharkhand Swabhiman

Jharkhand Swabhiman is a non-profit organization registered in Ranchi, Jharkhand. It extends a helping hand to all sections of the society that are deprived in some way. The aim is to serve humanity without discrimination in terms of race, caste or religion. The foundation stones of the organization were laid on 6th February 2002 by a group of experienced and enthusiastic people who had already been associated with the social and economic development of the society. By their mutual efforts and in collaboration with social experts, educationists, youth and social animators and ideologists created JHARKHAND SWABHIMAN with a common vision and common mission.

NameJharkhand Swabhiman
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded2002
Mission/VisionOur Mission: To promote self-reliance by improving the quality of life of the poor, deprived community through meaningful socio-economic growth in all phases of life.
Our Vision: To establish a society based on the value of equality, justice, democracy, and brotherhood.
FounderMr. Arun Shrivastav
Area of WorkTo improve the socio-economic position of poorest, disabled, helpless, illiterate SC/ST/OBC and weaker section of society and promote scope for creation of growth and strengthening of abilities for self-reliance.
Place of WorkIt operates in Jharkhand.
Official Websitewww.jharkhandswabhiman.ngo
NGO Review4.5/5
Contact UsAddress: Jharkhand Swabhiman B-34, Baldeo Sahay Lane, Church Road Ranchi, Jharkhand – 834001
Email: [email protected]

Life Education and Development Support (LEADS)

Life Education and Development Support (LEADS)
(LEADS)

“Life Education and Development Support (LEADS) is a trust, established by a committed group of professionals on 14 December 2005, for the development and empowerment of poor and unorganized people of rural area and urban slums in Jharkhand. LEADS has all the legal registrations including FCRA. LEADS was established with the purpose to create some developmental models by unfolding human potentials, which is the core element of sustainability and replicate such models with the support of Govt. and other developmental organizations.

NameLife Education and Development Support (LEADS)
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded2005
Mission/VisionOur Mission: LEADS is committed to issues like Quality Education to all, Ensuring Child Rights, Assured Livelihood to most marginalised, Women empowerment, Promotion of Skilled Human Resources, Health, Empowering PRIs etc in course of its interventions. Participatory approach will be core element in LEADS development interventions. Empowerment of community and convergence with state and other program will be focussed in the grassroots intervention to create resource based within community.
Our Vision: LEADS aspires for a society where all have equal access and control over resources/ services irrespective of caste, creed, religion, economic status and sex, essential for quality and dignified life. The values like participation, equity, mutual respect, peace and justice to people and nature will prevail in society. Earth will be a better place for leading a dignified life for generations to come.
Founder
Area of WorkWe work in Quality Education to all, Ensuring Child Rights, Assured Livelihood to most marginalised, Women empowerment, Promotion of Skilled Human Resources, Health, Empowering PRIs etc in course of its interventions.
Place of WorkIt operates in Jharkhand.
Official Websitewww.leadsindiajh.org
NGO Review4.5/5
Contact UsAddress: 203, Shree Maa Apartment P. N. Bose Compound Purulia Road Ranchi-834001 , Jharkhand
Email: [email protected]

Abhivyakti Foundation

Abhivyakti Foundation
Abhivyakti Foundation

Abhivyakti started as an informal group of young social activists to promote social and cultural activities like Srijanutsav, natyamahotsava, folk arts exhibition and other school/ college activities within Giridih district, which had a long void after its glorious past. The basic idea was to promote values of peace, non-violence, national integrity and sustainable development practices.

As the team gradually increased its field presence and activities it was felt necessary to give a legal identity and formal structure to the organization. This led to a legal form and Abhivyakti became Abhivyakti Foundation, a trust registered under the Indian Trust Act,1882 on the world population day i.e. 11th July, 2002. The day is observed as Abhivyakti Day by the team and associated volunteers to revisit the organization’s values and philosophy. The organization is working with local youth to promote volunteerism and foster social entrepreneurship and creativity among them.

NameAbhivyakti Foundation
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded2002
Mission/VisionOur Mission: To aware people and mobilize self-initiatives based on local available resources for sustainable development and right balance over generations.
Our Vision: Self dependent civil society having full realization of and complete access to basic human needs, rights and entitlements without any discrimination of caste, creed, sex, faith, religion………
FounderKrishna Kant
Area of WorkSelf dependent civil society having full realization of and complete access to basic human needs, rights and entitlements without any discrimination of caste, creed, sex, faith, religion………
Place of WorkIt operates in Bihar & Jharkhand.
Official Websitewww.avfindia.org
NGO Review4.4/5
Contact UsAddress: Abhivyakti Foundation Himani Bhawan Besides Barganda Sub Post Office New Barganda, Giridih – 815301 Jharkhand (India)
Email: [email protected]

Citizens Foundation

Citizens Foundation
Citizens Foundation

Citizens Foundation is a non–profit organization which has evolved from its humble beginnings in Jharkhand in 1997 and has so far registered its presence with pioneering work in the development sector in over 10 states of India as a national level organization. As a signatory of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), CF has worked towards its vision of ‘Making People Self Reliant’ over the past two decades.

NameCitizens Foundation
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded1997
Mission/VisionOur Mission: To make a difference by developing strategies which are practical, acceptable and sustainable.
Our Vision: Every inhabitant is self reliant and prosperous through optimum utilization of available resources.
FounderKrishna Kant
Area of Workwe have evolved the expertise in health, Sanitation, Natural Resource Management, Livelihood Promotion, and Protection.
Place of WorkIt operates in Jharkhand, Bihar, Meghalaya and Assam.
Official Websitewww.citizensfoundation.org
NGO Review4.4/5
Contact UsAddress: 7 Betar Kendra Niwaranpur Ranchi
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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