Cachar District In Assam

Any corporate interested in having NGOs as selling agents can contact the NGO directly.
But if the corporate wants to put their name plus contact person's name and phone number here, then they have to pay a donation of Rs 2000/- for one district.
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We plan to donate at least Rs 13433000/-
This amount is not just any amount.
Bhau, founder Sanjay Kumud Moreshwar Bapat's father gave house & property to him through a Gift Deed and Government Authorities valued it as Rs 13433000/- and founder's father (Bhau) paid a stamp duty of Rs 403000/-. And after the Gift Deed, Bhau was the first person on earth (Of course many others stepped in) to start postponing death of founder after an almost fatal accident on 28.08.2013.

Founder knows that after death, neither anyone takes anything with them nor do they know whether their son, grand son, daughter in law or so called blood relatives or neighbours came to see them before they left earth.

When any human leaves this world, what remains is their Deeds when they were on earth. So our first target is Rs 13433000/- Of course they will not know the impact of their gifts to world, but that is beauty of life. Enjoy it but leave the world as satisfied human and not one with unending greed of money, property.

Corporates can donate to the NGO
Developed Nation Network Trust by G Pay.
It has 80G and waiting for renewal of FCRA.

NGO Brands
We share NGO Brands statewise in case of India

NGOs in this district
Aastha Foundation
Asapalli Christian Hostel And School Trust
Barak Valley Welfare Development Society
Bhairabpur Hafijia Madrassa
Bhoomi Women Trust
Bihara Seba Sakti Club
Borak Valley Rastravasha Prachar Samity
Burrows Memorial Christian Hospital Society
Catholic Church Haflong
Christian Literature House Society
Creative Foundation
Dancer Circle
Darul Uloom Faizan E Raza
Didarkush Part-Iii Unnayan Samiti
Diocese Of Aizawl
Distress People Development Organization
Era Amader
Five Star Welfare Organisation
Good Will Foundation
Helpline Ne
Holy Life Thrift Credit Cooperative Society Ltd
Jan Shikshan Sansthan Silchar
Jyoti Social Welfare Organization
Keshab Smarak Sanskriti Surabhi
Kiran Deep N.G.O.
Krishi O Samaj Bikash Samiti
Lions Silchar Central Trust
Manav Kalyan
Mangaldeep Ngo
Mixed Martial Arts Association Of Assam
Naba Prayash Welfare Society
Netaj Spoting Club
New Life Foundation
Nivedita Nari Sangstha
Nongthang Leima
North East Development Society
North East India Baptist Bible College Society
Rajiv Open Institute
Ramakrishna Mission Sevashrama
Samaj Kallayan Club
Sanatan Unnayan Sangstha
Seva Kendra
Silchar Sangeet Vidyalaya
Society Of Medical And Paramedical Science
Sonapur Pally Unnayan Samity
The Cachar Cancer Hospital Society
United Tribal Welfare Society Of Barak Valley
West Jalinga Employees Welfare Association
Youth Shining Association

If your NGO is having programmes related to social issue in this district, just email the name of the NGO with link to it and we will share it free.
Our email : Datacentre@CSRidentity.com

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We Salute
Soldiers, Police, Below the poverty line people who live with humanity, Social workers, NGO Founders, Hospital staff, Health care workers, Chemists, Medicines Trees, Forests, Medicinal plants, Rivers , Extinct animals, Homes, Climate, People working in crematorium
Shop from NGOs
NGO Sellers Concept
Following NGOs sell products.
These products are either made by communities or the NGOs act as agents of companies making these products.
The idea is to help communities, NGOs and corporates together.
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NGOs can be selling agents

NGOs must be sustainable.
We dont want to loose focus of serving communities but in case of emergency where their funding stops, they must have at least one year survival funds so that the communities they serve do not suffer.

We have experienced that when an NGO working with disabled sales products made by them or NGOs working with women sell products made by them or NGOs selling tribal products or paintings .. its great honour to communities they serve.

And NGOs working in slums or villages or rural areas have great relationship with communities and corporates can think of having them as agents which can order products from corporates.

Its good for corporates who find good agents
Its good for NGOs because they earn
Its good for communities because its at home service

NGOs can keep half the commission they get and pass the other half to communities so that its win win long term situation