Progressive India Foundation
Progressive India Foundation, has initiated a drive to provide a quick delivery response
to the societies & extend support to vulnerable people – the homeless.
Has already met the target of 15 days of food supply for 1000 stranded and starving families.
You may directly deposit funds in the following bank account of Food Corporation of India (FCI) so we will be able to lift the necessary supply at the subsidised government rates.
Bank Details Of FCI:
Bank: State Bank of India
A/C n: 11035387441
IFSC code – SBIN0000448
A person of Non India Nationality who wishes to donate, please contact us at [email protected]
The Foundation is not associated nor seller registered with FCI “Food Corporation Of India”, however it is procuring cereals & dals at a subsidies rate from FCI directly for free redistribution to the needy.
The Foundation is not registered with FCRA and we cannot accept foreign donations. We can accept donation from Non-Resident Indian only through any bank account operational in India.
Contributions made by a citizen of India, living in another country, from his personal savings, through the normal banking channels, is not treated as foreign contribution. However, while accepting any donations from such NRI, it is mandatory to obtain his passport details to ascertain that he/she is an Indian passport holder.
Please share the details after you have made the donation to [email protected], along with your complete address and PAN card No, and for receipt of the same.
Donations to the Progressive India Foundation can be made both online and offline. You can donate online by credit card/debit card/net banking using the secure donation page. You can donate offline by making a check payable to “Progressive India Foundation” and mail to the address:
86 Oshiwara Link Plaza, Near Oshiwara Police Station, Andheri (W), Mumbai-400058.
All donations to Progressive India Foundation are eligible for 50% deduction from tax as per the provision of Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
All donations received on the website may be pooled together and allocated to support the movement as a whole depending on the need on the ground.