JOIN PRADAN IN TRANSFORMING INDIA
Nationality

 Indian Citizen

Contributions from Indian citizens to PRADAN are eligible for 100% tax exemption under Section 35AC of the Income Tax Act.

Mode of Payment

 Credit Card / Debit Card / Net Banking                            Cheque / Demand Draft

Donation Amount

 Rs. 5,000                                            Rs. 10,000

 Rs. 20,000                                          Other  

Personal Details

                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                         

                                                                                                    

                                                                                     

                                                               

We would like to mark your support in the forthcoming Annual report, please check this
box in case you would prefer to be anonymous.

Cheque / Demand Draft Payment

Please send your Cheque / DD in favour of PRADAN (35AC),
Axis Bank Account No. 915010014038431,
along with the completed
contribution form and copy of pan card, to the following address.

PRADAN
E-1/A, Ground Floor and Basement
Kailash Colony, New Delhi 110048
Ph: 011 40407700 | Email: headoffice@pradan.net

Please ensure all fields provided in the contribution form are complete.

  • A receipt will be generated once your transaction is complete. You will receive your tax exemption certificate at the email address
    provided by you.
  • PRADAN does not refund or cancel any contributions made towards its PRADAN Leadership for Change Fund.
  • * Permanent Account Number (PAN) is a unique alphanumeric combination issued to all juristic entities identifiable under the
    Indian Income Tax Act 1961.We would need your PAN number while issuing receipts.
  • The Leadership for Change Fund supports PRADAN's one-year Development Apprenticeship program, which trains university graduates who want to become development professionals.
    Over a period of 5 years, a professional works with around 1500 poor rural families to ensure:

    • Improved incomes and food security
    • Rejuvenated natural resources
    • Confident farmers ready to face the next drought
    • Women's self-help groups able to stand up against discrimination
    • Improved access to healthcare and other public services
    • Producer collectives and cooperatives linked to markets