Corporates and Individuals are trying to play by the rules, fix their tax situations and consciences through CSR [read: donations to and activities with NGOs working for the less fortunate -mostly rendered as such by general social irresponsibility], and are asking NGOs a whole lot of questions- in exchange for support - which we are usually happy to answer. We realize that not all NGOs are above board and everybody wants to be sure. But we believe that a little caution can go a long way in deciding whom to support.
NGOs also have some concerns. We do not voice them often, in the fear of losing this support. However, we find that it leads to unrealistic expectations from both sides. So here goes!!
Disclaimer: EKansh Trust is fortunate to have many supporters who trust us and understand our cause and this is not meant to offend any of our potential supporters either [God forbid!!].
Still, there are those with more attitude than empathy. So, if you see a little sarcasm in these points, it is probably a result of the frustration when many years of honest passion and hard work are reduced to faceless/nameless numbers. If you see some truth in them, do laugh out loud and let us know. We hope you will read this in the same spirit as it has been written.
And we do look forward to your support.