Can funds raised for an NGO be transferred to a personal account?

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.

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