In India, Social Sector or a NGO can be registered in the form of a charitable Society, Trust (Public) or a Company (u/s 8 of Companies Act, 2013 limited by shares or guarantee) (earlier under section 25 Companies under erstwhile Companies Act, 1956).
The Firm's partners have extensive experience in structuring best mode of entity for setting up non-profit and social organizations in India for its several national and international clients. The Firm assists clients by providing following services:
The Partners of the Firm also regularly guide and advise various not-for-profit organizations in their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives and guide them in preparing their CSR proposals, advise on their projects’ integration and fragmentation for securing CSR funding from various corporates from India and overseas. They further guide and advise the promoters / settlors of not-for-profit organizations in securing their control over the affairs of a not-for-profit organization in order to ensure that the actions of the governing committee are being done towards accomplishing the prime objectives and further guiding them on mechanisms for implementing checks and audits at various levels to ensure that there is no abuse, pilferage or leakage of charitable funds from the organization.