Ans. Medlife Foundation was established in the year 2014
Ans. An NGO Registered under The Bombay Trusts Act,1950, it’s a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) was
established on 22nd January 2014 by Bhushan Shirude and Sandeep Shirude
Ans. Medlife Foundation has been working in the areas of education, healthcare, child development ,sports for
development,Women empowerment,agricultural transformation,and social entrepreneurship program.
Ans. Medlife Foundation works under various models,like Healthcare awareness campaign,education
Seminars,Agricultural exhibition, sports awareness ,and social entrepreneurship program for rural people
and so on.
Ans. Around 70-80% funding support of the organization comes from corporates, individual donors, and private
Ans. Medlife Foundation looks for emerging and committed grassroots organizations for reaching out to
underprivileged communities. We partner with people and organizations that want to make a difference but
do not have adequate knowledge and capacity to raise resources or work in a professional manner.
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Ans. You can access our Annual Reports online as well as request a printed copy from the Medlife Foundation
head office nearest to you.
Click here to Read the online reports
Ans. You can go to Donate Now section of Medlife Foundation’s website and donate online. For other donations
related queries please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ans. As soon as the donation through cheque or online is reconciled by the bank, the amount is allotted to the
specific program, which it has been meant for. The utilization and results are managed, monitored and
audited. The outcome is reflected in the annual impact report, which is shared with the donors and
annual report on our website .
Ans. We accept donations only in Indian Rupees on the Medlife Foundation site in India. However, you can send
us Cheques/ Demand Drafts in any currency.Donors residing in countries other than India, US, and the UK,
can also donate via bank transfers. Please write to us at email@example.com for details on
Ans. There is no specific amount that should be donated.
Ans. We are committed to protecting your personal information with us. For more details, please do read our
Ans. As a credible organization, we honor the privacy of our donors. The donor data is not exposed or shared
with any external agency under any circumstances. The data is kept strictly confidential and only
authorized staff with a special non-disclosure bond have access to it
Ans. Yes, the website is safe for any kind of transaction. Also, any information exchange is kept safe and in
no condition gets disclosed.
Ans. Certainly. While specifying the details of your donation, just mention that you wish to claim tax
benefits. The tax exemption certificate will reach you within 45 working days
Ans. For more assistance or information on donating to Medlife Foundation in India, please do write to us at
Ans. A donor will get 50% of tax exemption on the donation under section 80 G of Income Tax Act, 1961
Ans. Yes, tax receipts are issued to all the donors irrespective of the amount supported. A digital copy of
the receipt is generated on and sent via e-mail post realization of the donated amount. The hard copy of
the receipt is delivered to the donor within 10 working days
Ans. In case of loss of the original receipt, a duplicate tax receipt is issued on receipt of a formal request
from the donor
Ans. Yes. We accept old clothes books and stationary
Ans. You can call or write to mail us Info@medlifefoundation.org Medlife Foundation office nearest to you for
a copy of the same.
Ans. Ans. Yes, you can donate to Medlife Foundation even if you are living outside of India.
Ans. Interested candidates can go to contact us section of our website and write to the relevant section or
department they are interested in interning with.
Ans. You can either drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the new details or call us on +91
8275320465. We’ll update our systems as soon as we can.
Ans. We require this information for NRI (Non-Resident Indians) donors who are Indian citizens having an
Indian passport. This is because their contribution goes into a separate account as per the Foreign
Contribution Regulation Act, (FCRA), 1976.