Advantages of NGOs, How to Start an NGO, and the Registration Process 

Advantages of NGOs, How to Start an NGO, and the Registration Process

There are various NGOs in our nation, and if someone is willing to start an NGO, then they turn clueless on what to do, how to start.  And many more questions arise in their mind, so here we will be providing you with solutions on the advantages of NGOs, how to start an NGO and the registration process. 

An NGO is a voluntary group formed for a social purpose and works independently from the government. According to a survey, it has been found that they have strong mutual trust among the public. 

Through this article we would like to provide you with complete information about the NGOs and their processes:

What is an NGO? 

A charity organization where the government doesn’t play any role. People who are all involved in charity work, look to donate and help society with monetary goods. NGOs are involved in social work like, creating a welfare house for widows, teaching orphans, protecting women, etc. 

Types of NGOs 

We came across many questions when it comes to an NGO and so we will be providing entire knowledge about the types of NGOs. 

Charities: These are community-based organizations

Service: City-wide organizations

Participation: State Level NGOs

Empowerment: National & International NGOs

Before you start your NGO, you should know the difficulties that are faced by people in your nearby area. Once you’re clear with your purpose and mission, it becomes easy for you to work on your mission. Later on, you can work on your mission, vision and objectives. 

Advantage of NGO

The advantage of having NGO in our country(India):

  • Lower down the literacy rate 
  • Will improve the standard of living
  • Will create innovative aspects
  • Better flow of communication

How to Start an NGO in India?

People face issues in society and they have nobody around them with whom they can share their issues and troubles. Therefore, the primary purpose of the NGO is to resolve the issues of the people and work on them. 

VARANASI, INDIA – JANUARY 25, 2017 : Unidentified poor Indian people eating free food at the street near river Ganges in Varanasi, India

The steps on how you can easily start an NGO in India: 

We have mentioned some easy steps through which you can easily start an NGO. 

  • Decide the mission and sector for which you will be working
  • Set the boards of directors
  • Form a name of your NGO
  • Create a Memorandum of your NGO
  • Get your NGO registered
  • Look for fundings
  • Create a large network 

Required Documents 

Before starting an NGO, you need to have some crucial documents with you. 

  • Memorandum of rules and regulations signed by a minimum of three persons.
  • Proof of registered office (water bill, GPA, office address, driving license, passport)
  • NOC from the owner of the building and affidavit from President on ₹10 stamp paper and get it signed by the list of the desirous person. 

Also, there are various documents like trust deeds, Memorandum of Association, Rules and Regulations / Memorandum, and Articles of Association.

NOTE: If you’re planning to start an NGO, then you have to open a separate bank account in the name of the NGO. For it, having a PAN card in the name of your NGO should be mandatory, then only you’ll be able to have a bank account and if someone donates, than the amount can go directly to the NGO. 

The Crucial Things to keep in Mind Before Setting Up

Before setting up an NGO in India, or maybe beginning an NGO doesn’t need just money; it requires dedication, hard work, research, patience, and a real passion for helping society. 

  • Board of directors
  • Name of your NGO
  • Memorandum
  • Registration of NGO
  • Get funds
  • Get connected

If you have planned to set up an NGO and during your initial stage you must be in the need of ‌real donors so that you can start helping your nearby people. So, you can download the SatvikDaan, an app from Google Play and get yourself registered on the app, and get donors for your NGOs.

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