Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961, allows individuals to claim deductions on donations made to recognized charitable organizations like Caring Through Sharing the development wing of JRDS – Development Programs. This enables a reduction in taxable income equivalent to the donation amount.

Donating under Section 80G not only supports charitable causes but also offers valuable income tax benefits, enhancing tax planning strategies. This enables individuals to contribute to societal welfare while mitigating their tax liabilities effectively.

Taxpayers can claim deductions of varying percentages on donation amounts, with a minimum donation threshold of INR 500. The deduction limit depends on the charitable organization and the donor’s classification (individual or business).

Caring through Sharing issues tax-exempt certificates (10BE) for all donations made within a financial year, which are emailed to donors by 31st May of the subsequent year. Donors are encouraged to update their contact information promptly for seamless communication and receipt of tax-related documents.

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All donations to Caring through Sharing are eligible for 50% tax exemption under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

To receive a Tax Exemption Certificate (10BE), donors must provide complete details including First Name, Last Name, PAN Number, and Address to Caring through Sharing. Updated contact information can be sent to or +91 9818868934. Our PAN Number is AAAAJ4766B .