Does Ketto issue 80G receipts to the donors on our behalf?
No, the 80G receipt will be issued to Indian donors by you. You will be provided with a dashboard that will have all your donors' details auto-populated and a tool to send bulk 80G receipts with 1-click.
Do we have to issue the 80G receipt on the amount donated by the donor or how much we receive?
The receipt will have to be issued on the gross amount donated by the donor, not the net amount you receive post deductions. The total deduction counts as fundraising/overhead charges.
Does Ketto capture the donors’ PAN Card Details? If not, why?
Ketto receives a majority of its donations through mobile devices and we have found that most people do not have their PAN details on the go. Thus, making PAN compulsory leads to a very high drop rate in the donations. PAN is not required of all ...
Why can't I find my NGO listed on Ketto?
Ketto has 10000+ NGOs listed on its platform. So are even after applying particular filters - city & cause, there are hundreds of NGOs that are displayed in a specific order as per our algorithm. To view your NGO's landing page on Ketto, all you have ...
Can an NGO run multiple campaigns on Ketto?
Yes, login to your NGO account and click on the "Home" icon, and then click on the "Start a Fundraiser" tab to start a new campaign. To know more You can also contact us at +919830088522 or drop an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can funds raised for an NGO be transferred to a personal account?
No. Ketto practices absolute transparency and accountability. If the funds were raised in the name of an NGO then they cannot be transferred to a personal/corporate account. If there is an issue found with the NGO's documents or there is any such ...
How to get started as an NGO on Ketto? What documents are required?
1. Visit www.ketto.org, click on the 'Start a fundraiser' button and fill the NGO application form You will receive a response to your application with 2 business days. You can apply again if your application isn't accepted. 2. What documents do NGOs ...