Can funds raised for an NGO be transferred to a personal account?
No. Ketto practices absolute transparency and accountability. It is not possible to transfer funds raised on behalf of an NGO to a personal or corporate account. A refund will be made to donors if there is an issue found with the NGO's documents.
What is Ketto's foreign funds transfer policy?
Ketto has revised its foreign fund's transfer policy. 1. For individuals raising funds for medical treatment: If you are an individual and raising funds for medical treatment, you can now accept foreign funds from Indian’s staying abroad and from ...
As an Individual can I raise foreign funds?
Individuals that run a fundraiser on Ketto can raise funds from all around the world. The funds can only be withdrawn to an NGO account with a valid FCRA account, or a Vendor's or Hospital's account. Please click here to learn more.
Do I need to return the funds raised?
No, the funds you raise on Ketto are in the form of a donation/gift/contribution. Hence, you do not need to return the funds.
What documents do I need to submit to withdraw the funds I have raised?
After your fundraiser is approved, you can submit the beneficiary's bank account information and photocopies of the following documents: PAN card Address proof - Aadhar card (front and back) Note: The bank statement or cancelled cheque or first page ...
What is Ketto "Verified" tag I see on some fundraiser's on Ketto?
The "Verified" tag states that a Ketto representative has personally met the patient at the hospital and the funds raised will be transferred to the hospital's account. Note: Ketto does not verify the end-use of funds.