Donate... Help Us Continue To Help Others
CAP supports companies, large corporate foundations, and startups, small and mid-sized non-governmental organisations (NGOs). The latter require and avail themselves of our services the most. In such instances, all we request them to do is enroll as CAP members, which entitles them to our advisory and capacity building assistance. The revenue we generate through such membership fees is modest, and therefore cross-subsidies are essential to sustain our work.

Your donation to CAP will be an investment towards a legally compliant and well governed voluntary sector in India. It will help CAP to continue guiding and advising NGOs on all legal, fiscal, governance, and resource-related matters. Your donation will also support CAP's various capacity building programs for voluntary organisations.Thus, by donating to CAP, you are in turn, donating to the different NGOs & helping further their causes.

CAP is registered as a non-profit organisation under section 8 of the Indian Companies Act. We enjoy tax exemption as a charity under Section 12A and all donations to us are eligible for a 50% deduction under Section 80-G of the Income Tax Act. CAP is also eligible for receiving foreign contributions under the Foreign Contributions Regulation Act.

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Statutory Compliance
CIN No.: U73200MH1986NPL041521
Registration No.: 41521 of 1986
PAN No.: AAATC1732D
FCRA: 083780920
80G: under Sec. 80G/2586
12A: INS.25494


Annual Reports
To view Annual Report 2015 - 16 please click here.
To view Annual Report 2014 - 15 please click here.
To view Annual Report 2013 - 14 please click here.

Finance is not the only way an organization can serve the nation and its people. It should become a catalyst to bring together institutions and people. CAP provides medium and small size organizations with legal insight that's easy to grasp and its publications help to wipe out judicial illiteracy in the sector.
Rati Forbes
Director, Forbes Marshall
CAP Chairperson

Centre for Advancement of Philanthropy
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