Top 10 NGO in India. Which is doing a great job in our 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 10 NGO in India that have 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 10 Non-Governmental Organizations in India, 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 10 NGO in India

Before discussing the top NGOs in India, 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 in India

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

1. Smile Foundation

Smile Foundation Logo

Smile Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization based in New Delhi, India. It was established in 2002 and has a presence in 25 Indian states. As of 2017, the Foundation reaches approximately 400,000 children and their families.

The purpose of this NGO for education in India was to promote education among the underprivileged. Their development program includes health care, education, livelihood for children and women, provision to be equally affected by lack of resources. Some of his programs are Smile on Wheels, Mission Education and Smile Twin e-learning programs.

NameSmile Foundation
Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
FounderSantanu Mishra
Mission & VisionMission: Smile Foundation is to empower underprivileged children, youth and women through relevant education, innovative health care and market-focused livelihood programs.
> Acting as a catalyst in bringing sustainable change in the lives of underprivileged children, youth and women, with a vision of development.
> Enable civil society around the world to continuously engage in the change process through a philosophy of citizen-driven change.
> Adopt the highest standards of governance to emerge as a leading knowledge and technology-driven, innovative and scalable international development organization.
Area of WorkWe work on Education, Healthcare, Livelihood, Women Empowerment and Disaster response.
Place of WorkIt operates in 25 states of India.
NGO Review4.8/5
Awards & RecognitionCertificate of Merit (Social Cause & Empowerment)
GuideStar India – NGO Transparency Award (Platinum Winner 2018)
Social Impact Award by Pratigya
Recognition for rendering valuable services under Social Responsibility by ICSI
NGO Leadership & Excellence Award 2015 by ABP News
Best NGO (Skill Development) for 2014-15 by ASSOCHAM
ICAI CSR Award for the Best CSR Project in Women Empowerment
Global CSR Excellence & Leadership Award 2014 by ABP News
Education Excellence Award 2013 by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industries (ASSOCHAM)
Corporate Excellence Award for NGO Excellence 2013 by IPE (Institute of Public Enterprise)
Quality Initiative Mission Award 2013
Smile Foundation is an organisation in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of United Nations since 2012
Healthcare Leadership Award 2012
Represents India as a nominated member of Together4Change Alliance
GE Healthcare – Modern Medicare Excellence Award
Asia-pacific Child Rights Awards
NTR Memorial Trust Award
Barclays Bank Chairman’s Awards
I Am Kalam – 23 National and International Awards at 40 prestigious film festivals
Contact UsAddress: 161 B/4, 3rd Floor, Gulmohar House, Yusuf Sarai Community Centre, New Delhi – 110049
Phone: +91-11-43123700

2. Nanhi Kali

Nanhi kali logo

Nanhi Kali is an Indian non-governmental organization that supports education for underprivileged girls in India. Founded by Anand Mahindra in 1996, it is jointly managed by Naandi Foundation and KC Mahindra Education Trust, which is part of the Mahindra Group’s corporate social responsibilities.

Project Nani Kali educated girls and women to positively influence India in the long run. The chairman of the non-profit organization, Sheetal Mehta, told the Daily News and Analysis in an interview that “we wanted to create global awareness about the plight of young girls in the country who are denied their basic rights.”

NameNanhi Kali
Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G,
Mission/VisionTo transform the lives of people in India through education by providing financial assistance and recognition to them, across all age groups and income strata.
FounderAnand Mahindra
Area of WorkProject Nanhi Kali, which translates to ‘a little bud’ in Hindi, supports the education of underprivileged girls in India. Designed to support girls from low-income families to complete ten years of formal schooling, the project has impacted the lives of over 450,000 girls (called Nanhi Kalis) from underserved communities across the country.
Place of WorkIt operates in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh & Tamil Nadu.
NGO Review4.7/5
Contact UsAddress: K. C. Mahindra Education Trust Cecil Court Near Regal Cinema Mahakavi Bhushan Marg Mumbai 400001
Tel.No.: +91 22 22895500 (9 am to 6 pm, Monday to Friday)
Fax: +91 22 22852441
Email: [email protected]

3. Give India Foundation

giveindia logo

GiveIndia is a non-profit organization in India. It is an online donation platform and aims to provide channels and resources to trusted non-governmental organizations across India. As a web portal, it helps in raising funds and contributions from individuals in India and around the world and then distributes these donations to trusted NGOs.

Types of RegistrationNon-Profit Organisation
Tax Exemption Certificate80G & 501(C)
Mission/VisionGiveIndia’s vision is to alleviate poverty by enabling the world to give.
FounderVenkat Krishnan
Area of WorkGiveIndia, an online donation platform, allows you to support a cause of your choice from the NGOs that have been evaluated for transparency and credibility.
What We DoGiveIndia is India’s largest and most trustworthy giving platform for donors.
NGO Review4.7/5
Contact UsAddress: 1st floor, Rigel, No. 15-19 Doddanekkundi, Marathahalli
Outer Ring Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka-560037

4. Goonj

Goonj logo

Goonj is a non-governmental organization based in Delhi, India. It performs disaster relief, humanitarian aid and community development work in parts of 23 states of India. Echo focuses on clothes as a basic but unheard of need. It was founded in 1999 by Anshu Gupta. For his work with Goonj, he was awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award in 2015. In 2012, he was named India’s Social Entrepreneur of the Year 2012 by the Schwab Foundation, a partner organization of the World Economic Forum.

Goonj has started with 67 garments and now deals over 3500 tonnes of material every year. It is registered under the Societies Act and Section 80G, 12A and FCRA for an exemption for foreign contribution.

Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
FounderAnshu Gupta
Mission & Vision To develop urban areas as an idea in areas, economies, and countries, the Echo has been conceived as a tool to reduce poverty and increase the dignity of the poor in the world. Addressing the basic but neglected issues of the poor in developing their solutions with dignity and urban content as prizes.
Area of WorkWe work on Education, Healthcare, Livelihood, Water, Sanitation, Environment, Access & Infrastructure and Disaster relief.
Place of WorkIt operates in 23 states of India.
NGO Review4.7/5
Awards & RecognitionAug’19: CEO Awards 2019 “Social Stalwart Award” to Mr Anshu Gupta 
Feb’18: AIMA (All India Management Association) Award to Anshu Gupta
Dec’17: Rahat– Goonj’s disaster relief and rehabilitation effort received iF Social Impact Prize
July’17:Curry Stone Design Prize recognized Anshu Gupta, Founder Goonj as the Social Design Circle honoree
July’15: Ramon Magsaysay Award to Mr Anshu Gupta, Founder of Goonj for transforming giving as a developmental approach.
Nov’14: Goonj wins Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award.
Aug’14: Asia’s leading English magazine ‘The Top 10 of Asia’ features  Anshu Gupta, Founder Goonj among Asia’s top 10 social entrepreneurs.
July’14: Goonj is one amongst ‘The Purpose Economy 100 Asia’
July’14: Goonj gets chosen among 100 leading Global Green Innovations of the prestigious think tank SUSTAINIA
Feb’14: Goonj gets a place among The World’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in India in a listing by Fast Company
Nov’12: ‘Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award to Anshu Gupta, Founder of Goonj by Schwab Foundation
July’12: GOONJ gets chosen as ‘Game-Changing Innovation’by NASA and US State Dept.
June’12: GDN Japanese Award for Most Innovative Development Project
Feb’12: GOONJ wins Edelgive award in health & wellbeing category.
Nov’10: Anshu Gupta gets listed in international Forbes magazine as one of India’s most powerful rural entrepreneurs.
May’10: Innovation for India award by Marico for developing an innovative solution by using old cloth and other material.
March’10: Goonj wins ‘Jamnalal Bajaj CFBP Award’for Fair Practices
Nov’09: ‘Cloth for Work’ wins international Lien i3 Challenge Award
June’09: ‘Not Just a Piece of Cloth’wins GOONJ’s third Changemaker’s Innovation Award
March’09: CNN IBN’sReal Heros award to Anshu Gupta in women welfare segment.
March’08: GOONJ wins India NGO of the Year Award in a nationwide search & selection by Resource Alliance.
May’07: GOONJ’s sanitary napkin project Not Just a Piece of Clothwins World Bank’s Global Development Market Place Award.
July’07: Vastra Samman recognized as one of The Good Practices by Dubai International Awards.
2006: Wins the prestigious Changemakers Innovation Award, the second time, for Rahat, our disaster relief initiative
2004: Prestigious Ashoka Fellowship to Anshu Gupta for his innovative idea & its mass social impact.
2004: GOONJ wins Changemakers Innovation Award for its School to School initiative.
Contact UsAddress: J-93, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi-110076
Email: [email protected]
Call Us: 011-26972351, 41401216

5. Helpage India

HelpAge India

HelpAge India is an Indian organization focused on the concerns of elders. Established in 1978, its mission is to “work for the cause and care of under-aged elderly people and improve their standard of living”. HelpAge is taking action against universal, pension, healthcare, Elder Abuse at the national, state and social levels with the central and state governments and advocates for the needy. It runs various age care programs to cater to the larger needs. It aims to serve the disadvantaged elders holistically so that they can lead an active, dignified and healthy life.

NameHelpAge India
Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G
FounderMr Jackson Cole, Samson Daniel
Mission & Vision To work for the cause and care of disadvantaged older persons and to improve their quality of life
Area of WorkWe work on Education, Healthcare, Livelihood, Water, Sanitation, Environment, Access & Infrastructure and Disaster relief.
Place of WorkIt operates in 23 states of India.
NGO Review4.6/5
Awards & RecognitionNGO Leadership & Excellence Award
Bharat Nirman Award
Times Social Impact Awards
ICAI Financial Excellence Award
Healthcare Leadership Award
Great Place to Work Award
Award for Outstanding Contribution to Social Welfare
Contact UsAddress: HelpAge India C–14 Qutab Institutional Area New Delhi – 110016
Email: [email protected]
Call Us: 011-41688955/56

6. CRY (Child Rights and You)

cry logo

CRY is an Indian non-governmental organization that helps restore children’s rights to build a society that promises equality, justice and respect. The organization was founded in 1979 by Ripon Kapoor.

CRY partners with organizations to uplift thousands of Dalit children. CRY works at all levels, including advocacy, awareness-raising, direct action and policy changes. They devote both their time and money to ensure a healthy, happy and creative childhood.

NameCRY (Child Rights and You)
Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organisation
Tax Exemption Certificate80G, 12A
Mission/VisionVision: A happy, healthy and creative child whose rights are protected and honoured in a society that is built on respect for dignity, justice and equity for all.
> To enable people to take responsibility for the situation of the deprived Indian child and so motivate them to seek resolution through individual and collective action thereby enabling children to realise their full potential
> To make people discover their potential for action and change
> To enable peoples’ collectives and movements encompassing diverse segments, to pledge their particular strengths, working in partnership to secure, protect and honour the rights of India’s children.
FounderRippan Kapur
Area of WorkAccording to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Children – that India ratified in 1992 – all children are born with fundamental rights.
> Right to Survival – to life, health, nutrition, name, nationality
> Right to Development – to education, care, leisure, recreation, cultural activities
> Right to Protection – from exploitation, abuse, neglect
> Right to Participation – to expression, information, thought, religion
Place of WorkIt operates all over India.
NGO Review4.5/5
Awards & Recognition> Most Trusted NGO (2018)
> One Of The Top 100 Nonprofits In The World (2018)
> Awarded to Puja Marwaha, CEO – CRY, For Social Innovation (2018)
> Best Multi Channel Campaign For A Cause (#YellowFellow 2018)
> ICAI CSR Award for Best CSR Project In Health & Education (2014)
> CFBP Jamnalal Bajaj Award For Fair Business Practices (2014)
> Quality Initiative Mission Award (2013)
> Citi Woman Leader Awarded To Puja Marwaha, CEO – CRY (2012)
> Fundraising Campaign Award (2011 & 2012)
> Lakshya Award (2009 & 2012)
> Indira Super Achiever Award (2003)
> Marketing Excellence Award For Social Awareness (2001)
> Viewers Choice Most Effective Ad Of the Year (1996)
> Citizen Of Bombay Award For Rippan Kapur (1991)
Contact UsAddress: CRY – Child Rights and You, 189/A Anand Estate, Sane Guruji Marg, Mumbai – 400 011
Email: [email protected]
Call Us: 022- 23063647 / 3651 / 1740 / 022-23098324 / 6472 / 6845

7. Care India

Care India

CARE India has been working in India for 68 years and is a non-profit organization, focusing on reducing poverty and social injustice. We do this through well-planned and comprehensive projects in health, education, livelihood and disaster relief and response. Our overall goal is to empower women and girls from poor and marginalized communities and improve their lives and livelihoods.

Care India reached 31.5 million people directly through 43 projects in 14 states, covering more than 90 districts. It is a part of CARE International Confederation, which operates in 95 countries of the world, where all people live with dignity and safety.

NameCare India
Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
FounderLincoln Clark
Mission & Vision Mission: CARE India helps alleviate poverty and social exclusion by facilitating the empowerment of women and girls from poor and marginalised communities.
Vision: We seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live in dignity and security.
Area of WorkWe work on Education, Healthcare, Livelihood, Gender, Water, Sanitation, Food Security, Emergency Response, Economic Development, Climate Change, Agriculture and Disaster relief.
Place of WorkIt operates in 14 states and 80+ districts of India.
NGO Review4.5/5
Awards & RecognitionYear 2019 =>
Awards received by Khushi project: In January, two Anganwadi workers were selected by the Ministry for Women & Child Development for the ‘National Awards for Exceptional Achievements’.
In June, Hindustan Zinc Limited, who funds the Khushi Project, was awarded the CSR Health Impact Award 2019 for supporting this project, which was given the title of ‘Game Changer’.

Year 2018
CRISIL awarded CARE India a ‘VO 1A’ rating, which indicates ‘Very Strong Delivery Capability and High Financial Proficiency’.

Year 2017
The Digital Trailblazers Award at the Digital India Conclave organised by the India Today Group in Patna, Bihar for using technology to provide state-of-the-art healthcare services to the people of Bihar.

Year 2016
Special Award by the State Government for notable contribution and support to the Kala Azar Elimination Programme in Bihar.
Ranked as India’s most trusted NGO in the Brand Trust Report India Study 2016, in a study of 20,000 brands across 16 cities.
AXA Global Corporate Responsibility Week Award for the ‘Where The Rain Falls’ (WfRF) Community Based Adaptation Project. This project helps Adivasi (tribal) women and their communities to address climate change, with an emphasis on empowering girls and women to better care for their household and family.
Best Ooster Award at the Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, in Vancouver, Canada for the development of an innovation that aimed to strengthen the teamwork and motivation of the community health workers called Team-Based Goals and Incentives (TBGI).
Support from ‘Horlicks Ahaar Abhiyaan’ for Briddhi project that worked towards improving and providing nutrition support to children in West Bengal.

Year 2015
NGO Global Excellence Award in the category of education of girls, for UDAAN Project.

Year 2013
Felicitation from Chief Minister of Uttarakhand for contribution in providing instant relief to people affected in Uttarakhand floods.
Tuberculosis Champion Award for the year 2013 in the individual category for IMPACT Project. This award is supported by McGill University and Global Health Strategies to recognize, individuals and organisations who have done outstanding work for TB control; care and support for patients.
NGO Global Excellence Award in the category of Early Childhood Development and Education. This project worked towards improving school readiness by providing support to Anganwadi Workers through mobile technology.
Contact UsAddress: A-12, Bhilwara Towers, Third Floor, Tower-II, Sector-1, Noida, Gautam Buddha Nagar,
Uttar Pradesh, India, 201 301
Email: [email protected]
Call Us: 0120-4048250

8. Childline India Foundation

CHILDLINE 1098 is a phone number that spells hope for millions of children across India. It is a 24-hour a day, 365 days a year, free, emergency phone service for children in need of aid and assistance. We not only respond to the emergency needs of children but also link them to relevant services for their long-term care and rehabilitation. We have, till date, connected to three million children across the nation offering them care and protection.

NameChildline India Foundation
Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate80G, 12AA
Mission/VisionVISION: A child-friendly nation that guarantees the rights and protection of all children.
MISSION: CHILDLINE aims to reach out to every child in need and ensure their rights and protection. Our four Cs model – Connect, Catalyze, Collaborate and Communicate – is the system that enables us to reach out to more and more children, every year.
FounderJeroo Billimoria
Area of WorkWe all work in the rights and protection of children.
Place of WorkIt operates all over India.
NGO Review4.4/5
Awards & Recognition> 9th ACEF Global Customer Engagement Awards 2020
> 58th Annual Awards Nite, 2019
> Golden Mikes 2018
> 12th Global PR Conclave 2018
> 12th Global PR Conclave 2018
> PRSI National Awards 2015
> Chanakya Awards 2015
> 62nd National Film Awards 2014
> ABCI Awards 2014
> PRSI Annual National Awards 2014
> NCPEDP-Mphasis Universal Design Awards 2014
> FICC Best Animated Frames Awards 2014
> India NGO Awards 2007
> India NGO Awards 2007
> PRSI National Awards
Contact UsAddress: B-1101, 11th Floor, Ratan Central, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Road, Parel East, Mumbai 400 012, Maharashtra
Call Us: +91-22-68251098

9. Sammaan Foundation

Samman Foundation logo

Samman Foundation is a ‘not-for-profit’ company, registered under Section 25 of the Indian Companies Act 1956. It was established in the year 2007, it is actively engaged in community service through several grassroots initiatives including extensive work in health and livelihoods.

NameSamman Foundation
Types of RegistrationNot For Profit
Tax Exemption Certificate80G, 12A
Mission/VisionEvery person is able to lead their life with dignity and pride while respecting others in society.
FounderIrfan Alam
Area of WorkWe work in the fields of Health, Livelihood, Agriculture, Skill Development etc.
Place of WorkIt operates all over India.
NGO Review4.3/5
Contact UsAddress: 2/30, SBI Colony, Khazpura, Near Jagdeo Path, Bailey Road, Patna-800014
Email: [email protected]
Call Us: +91-612-2591020

10. Pratham

Pratham logo

Pratham is one of the largest non-governmental organizations in India. It was founded by Madhav Chavan and Farida Lambe. It works towards the provision of quality education for underprivileged children in India.

Established in Mumbai in 1994 to provide pre-school education to children in slums, Pratham has today intervened in 23 states and union territories in India and supported chapters in the United States, Britain, Germany and Sweden Used to be.

Types of RegistrationNon-Governmental Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate80G, 12A, FCRA
NGO Mission“Every Child in School and Learning well”
FounderMadhav Chavan, Farida Lambay
Place of WorkPratham’s presence had expanded to more than 10 states across India. 
NGO Review4.3/5
Contact UsAddress: Delhi Registered Office B- 4/58, Safdarjung Enclave 2nd Floor, New Delhi – 110 029
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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    • Hi, First, kudos to you for contributing to the society and uplifting people. I am serious about doing something to make an impact on the society and make some tangible / concrete contribution in people’s lives. I would greatly appreciate if you could volunteer sometime for a conversation on how to started this organisation, what propelled you in this direction, your journey so far. Thank you, Shaily

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  3. I need some motive suggestion that can clear my concept.I,m little bit confused about it.because all the motives are same about education field.

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