"This is an appeal to the citizens of the world who are interested in helping the poor mentally ill patients. Please support our efforts at "Project Maanasi" by making a recurring gift - a simple way to make a big impact".
"Our heartfelt gratitude and a big Thank You to all those who have supported us by contributing towards "Project Maanasi" and helped giving a better live to thousands of poor and needy mental health patients in rural India"
Contributions / Donations made towards "Project Maanasi" are managed by "Rotary Club of Bangalore Midtown Charitable Trust" which is registered under section 12A of the Income-tax Act 1961 Government of India, vide No Trust/718/10A/V-B-II/R-161 dated 20/03/1989.
"Rotary Club of Bangalore Midtown Charitable Trust", Unit No 109, 1st floor, Prestige Towers, # 99, Residency Road, Bangalore 560025, India
For all contributions/donations made to the "Project Maanasi" through the "Rotary Club of Bangalore Midtown Charitable Trust" are given 80G tax exemptions certificate Government of India) - Registered under: No. DIT(E)/80G(R)/370/W-2/07/08. The certificate is issued on receipt/credit of donation/contribution in the "Rotary Club of Bangalore Midtown Charitable Trust" Bank Account. Name of Donor and the correspondence address is required to issue the certificate and the donation receipt.
"Rotary Club of Bangalore Midtown Charitable Trust" account is audited yearly, and the audit is done under Section 12A (b) of Income Tax Act 1961 Government of India.
Rotary Bangalore Midtown is registered with Government of India under Foreign Exchange Regulation Act 1976 for receiving donations/ contributions in foreign currency. Our FCRA Regn No is 094421149 . Regd. under Section 6(1)(a) of the Foreign Exchange Regulation Act 1976 , Govt Of India , Ministry Of Home Affairs, New Delhi, India,
Nature: Educational Social
The Chairman of Project Maanasi Committee / The Hon. Treasurer,
Rotary Club of Bangalore Midtown Charitable Trust
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Checks can be made out to the "Rotary Club of Howard West Foundation/Project Maanasi" and sent to:
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The “Maanasi Model” has been recognised by the World Health Organisation (W.H.O) as one of the models for providing effective mental health care in developing nations. Let's adopt this in our community , society and villages and help millions of of our needy patients.
- Ramesh Bulchandani
The humanitarian work of Rotary consists of three Cs:
- Dr. Geetha Jayaram