Frequently Asked Questions
About Mahesh Foundation:
1.What is Mahesh Foundation?
Mahesh Foundation is an NGO working for HIV infected and underprivileged children for the past 12 years. We have been providing nutrition, shelter, education and healthcare to the children. We have reached thousands of children to the date.
2.Why should I choose to donate to Mahesh Foundation?
We respect and appreciate your decision to donate, and understand that you want your contribution to make an impact.
Offering you a range of donation options that are benefiting a variety of causes. norms of credibility and accountability.
Updating with details on how your money has made a difference on every donation you make.
3. What is Mahesh Foundation’s mission statement?
To enable medically challenged and underprivileged children to live an independent and dignified life.
4. How much of my donation reaches the NGO that I wish to support?
All the amount that you donate, reaches the organization and will be utilized for the welfare of underprivileged children.
5. Do I have to give my PAN?
As per the Income Tax Act, PAN number is mandatory for donations above Rs. 5,000/- to claim Tax Exemptions.
6. I want to know more about Mahesh Foundation
To know more about us please visit our website www.maheshfoundation.org
7. Can I volunteer with Mahesh Foundation?
We welcome volunteers, as we need support to perform various operations and help in our programs. Please write to us at email@example.com or register using the following link https://donate.maheshfoundation.org/index.php/Volunteer
8. How will my donation make a difference?
The funds collected through donations are used for:
Empowering HIV infected underprivileged children by providing them accommodation, healthcare and education.
Supporting education of thousands of underprivileged children.
Empowering women by providing them training and employment opportunities.
Providing healthcare services at the doorstep of People Living with HIV.
Raising awareness about HIV/AIDs and adolescents education among the students of schools and colleges.