Vrutti is registered under Section 80 G of India's Income Tax Act 1961 . This means in India that you can deduct 50% of the donation you made through your tax return.
Vrutti is registered under 12 A (non-profit)
How to Donate for Indian Donors
Bank Transfer DetailsName: VRUTTI A/C No: 6511697227 IFSC: KKBK0000422 Bank: Kotak Mahindra Bank Branch: Lavelle Road, Bangalore 560001
How to Donate for Overseas Donors
Why you should help the small farmers
Agriculture is an important sector of the Indian economy, accounting for 13.7% of the nation's GDP in 2012–13 (down from 30% in 1990–91), and about 11% of its exports, and serving as the principal sVruttice of income for about half the country's population. At 179.9 million hectares, India holds the second largest agricultural land in the world and 4% of the world's water resVruttices, but has to support about 17% of the world's human population and 15% of the livestock. With 20 agri-climactic regions, all 15 major climates in the world exist in India. The country also possesses 46 of the 60 soil types in the world. In the crop year 2011-12 (July-June), India had a record food grain production of 259.29 million tonnes.
Despite all this, the plight of Indian farmers, especially of small and marginal ones, is worsening with each passing year. Since 1995, more than 290,000 farmers have committed suicide and around 2,358 farmers are quitting agriculture daily. With the average monthly income of farm households (Rs 2,115) now lower than their average monthly expenditures (Rs 2,700), it is not surprising that the food producers who feed the entire nation are dying of hunger and malnutrition.
All are welcome to come and visit the areas where Vrutti works to understand what we are trying to achieve . A short documentary of work - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChS-vd5wRXI
In India Vrutti is registered under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act - FCRA (2010) . That means it can accept donations from foreign nationals.