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Trust and Society Registration

Trust or Society is a form of NGO (Non-Government Organization) that works for the welfare of art/religion/cultural heritage for underprivileged and backward class. These units do not operate to gain any commercial profits. To begin your venture in these forms of NGOs, firstly you should fulfil the desired Registration eligibility. It’ll be faster and easier for you to complete the process when you avail our Trust/Society Registration Package. We’re known for providing the genuine service in this are since a long time. Go through its details and know how it works THE BEST.

Apart from aiming for commercial success, if an enterprise is formed by a person/group of people for the purpose of motivation, development and welfare without looking for profit, formation of Non-Government Organizations (NGO) is an option for them to contribute to the society and our country. In India, NGOs work to attain a number of noble causes, such as:

  • Social Service
  • Arts, Culture and Humanities
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Animal-Related
  • Health Care
  • Mental Health, Substance Abuse
  • Diseases, Disorders and Medical Discipline
  • Medical Research
  • Crime and Legal
  • Employment
  • Food, Agriculture and Nutrition
  • Housing
  • Public Safety, Disaster Services
  • Recreation and Sports
  • Youth Development
  • Human Services
  • National, National Affairs and National Security
  • Civil Rights, Social Actions and Advocacy
  • Science and Technology
  • Social Science
  • Public, Society Benefits
  • Old Age Welfare Programmes
  • Women Welfare Programmes
  • Skill Development and Livelihood Programmes for Women
  • Person with Disability/Physically Challenged Persons Welfare Programmes
  • Religion
  • Mutual, Membership Benefit
  • Other Social Welfare Programmes

Since, NGOs do not work for gaining any profit and their mission is to utilise their fund and resources to achieve certain welfare/development, they are called as Non-Profit Organizations (NPOs).

As per World Bank, NPOs are defined as ‘Private Organizations that pursue activities to relieve suffering, promote the interest of poor, protect the environment, provide basic social services or undertake community development.’

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