Tax Benefits

MOHAN Foundation is among the first not-for-profit organisation that is working for development of an altruistic system of organ donation and for helping the under-privileged organ failure patients get the gift of life. All the services rendered by MOHAN Foundation are free. Our work is guided by the Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 and 2011, where no organ can be bought or sold. Hence, we do not pay anything to the organ donor family or receive any monetary benefit from the recipients of the organs. We sustain our activities purely through the philanthropy of the community. Recognizing the important work that we have undertaken, we have received support from philanthropically minded individuals, corporate donors, and trusts.


Donate and Save Precious Lives. Your donation can make a huge difference to the patients and their families. Help us support many patients suffering from end stage organ failure. You can support the overall efforts of MOHAN or a specific program and get tax benefits under:

  1. 100% tax exemption status under section 35AC of Income Tax Act, 1961.
  2. 50% tax exemption status under section 80G.
  3. Approved recipient of foreign funds under FCRA, 1976.
  4. Under the terms of section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code (US Nationals).


Tax Benefits to Indian Nationals:

While you have an income that makes you liable for taxation, do a noble deed by helping us saving many lives and get a 50% tax exemption on your donation amount under section 80G and a full 100% tax exemption on your donation amount under section 35AC of the Income Tax Act.


Tax Benefits to Foreign & US Nationals:

Donors in the United States of America who wish to support organ donation program in India may make donations and all the money donated will go to support organ transplant programs in India and all contributions are tax-deductible under the terms of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code.

We are approved recipients of foreign contributions under the Foreign Contribution Regulation (FCRA) Act, 1976.


Tax Benefits to Corporate Organizations:

We continuously strive to build a common understanding of the concept of CSR, based on global practices and Indian tradition, provisions of the Indian Companies Act, 2013 by bringing out the key aspects of clause 135 of the Indian Companies Act, 2013 and the recently released draft rules, and highlight its implications. We also focus on guiding funding organizations in strategizing, planning, executing, and monitoring CSR activities.