FUNDING & MONITORING


Sustainable rural development demands inclusive participation, accountability, and environmental care.

CENTRALISED FUNDING, MANAGEMENT & MONITORING SYSTEM

Many of our community development initiatives are driven by dedicated volunteers/practioners/members who are at the heart of our organization. The primary purpose of this page is to provide interested visitors with a comprehensive view of our interventions, funding sources, and enable effective monitoring and accountability. We firmly believe that a clear and transparent system is pivotal, as it empowers donors and the wider public to ensure that funds are administered in alignment with their values and objectives. For us, transparency isn’t just a certification; it’s a commitment to honestly representing our activities, always staying true to our mission and values. It embodies a shared responsibility for the success of our projects, involving all stakeholders, including our valued funders. We cordially invite you to explore the information presented here, enabling you to stay informed and engaged as we work together to make a positive impact in our communities.

PROJECTS THAT INVITES DONATIONS

SOCIAL

TGG AID, Livelihood Creation, Upskilling

[FUNDRAISING IN PROGRESS]

INDIAN DONORS CAN DONATE THROUGH FOLLOWING QR CODE AND AVAIL TAX EXEMPTION UNDER 80G

INTERNATIONAL DONORS CAN DONATE THROUGH “OMPRAKASH” AND AVAIL TAX EXEMPTION UNDER 501 (C) (3 )

    DONATION INTIMATION FORM FOR TAX EXEMPTION UNDER 80G

    DONATION UTILISATION PROJECTS

    TGG AID: Renovation and facility upgrade of an Anganwadi (kindergarten) at Onneyar in Wayanad district of Kerala. The development model adopted by the Foundation is People Planet Partnership (PPP) (Anganwadi)

    LIVELIHOOD: Create working opportunity at The Green Gardens, a farm managed by the TGG Foundation and RHM Center under Upajeevika Program

    WELLNESS: As part of the decommodification of essentials such as food and pure drinking water is offered free of cost to volunteers, members, faculties and experience seekers visiting any of the centers operated by TGG Foundation. Medicinal plantation work at the RHM Center. Traditional knowledge is rewarded by offering cooking trial opportunities to local people to showcase their naturopath cooking skills. All the above activities are covered under our Ayurgyanam program.

    CREATIVITY: Artisans from the rural areas are offered the necessary tools, instruments and technical support to enhance their skills and covert their creativity for a sustainable livelihood. This is covered under the Kalavidya program.

    CONSERVATION: The aim is to restore bio diversity and it is covered under our Aaranyam program.

    CARBON NEUTRAL: Implementing various projects that can reduce the carbon/carbon monoxide emission. Our present project is to provide energy efficient, pollution less cooking solutions.

    (Social Partnership)

    ECONOMIC

    RHM Center

    [FUNDRAISING IN PROGRESS]

    INDIAN DONORS CAN DONATE THROUGH FOLLOWING QR CODE AND AVAIL TAX EXEMPTION UNDER 80G

    ONLY DOMESTIC DONATIONS ARE ACCEPTED FOR THIS PROJECTS FROM 1ST JANUARY 2024

      DONATION INTIMATION FORM FOR TAX EXEMPTION UNDER 80G

      DONATION UTILISATION PROJECTS

      RHM CENTER: Development of water well at the RHM Center for drinking water and irrigation is in progress (TGG Infrastructure)

      EDUCATIONAL

      Research, Bridging-The-Gap, RHM-Club

      INDIAN DONORS CAN DONATE THROUGH FOLLOWING QR CODE AND AVAIL TAX EXEMPTION UNDER 80G

      INTERNATIONAL DONORS CAN DONATE THROUGH “OMPRAKASH” AND AVAIL TAX EXEMPTION UNDER 501 (C) (3 )

        DONATION INTIMATION FORM FOR TAX EXEMPTION UNDER 80G

        DONATION UTILISATION PROJECTS

        BRIDGING-THE -GAP: Food, Accommodation & Travel for Students sent on assignment to social organisations for gaining hands-on-experience / Three months internship to estahlish themselves as freelancers. (Bridging-the-gap)

        RHM CLUB: Providing grants for Collaborative projects of students and to promote experiential travel to encourage volunteering among youths by sponsoring their trip (RHM Club)

        RESEARCH: Our present research activities Energy Efficient Tiny Homes, Responsible Tourism, Research on Tea, invention of Tools & Equipment and Pollution less cooking solutions using firewood. All research funds are administered through Rupak Dayal Fellowship (Research on sustainable development)

        BENEFICIARIES OF OUR TGG AID PROJECT

        FUNDED ANGANWADY RENOVATION AND FACILITY UPGRADE IN KERALA-2024

        FUNDED A TINY HOME IN MIZORAM-2021

        FUNDED A TINY HOME IN MIZORAM-2020

        BENEFICIARIES OF OUR LIVELIHOOD PROJECT

        (People those who have earned Rs.10000 or above through our livelihood projects per year)

        Moli

        May. 2024- Present

        Binu George

        July. 2024- Present

        Elizabeth M

        May. 2023- Present

        Varghese P D

        Oct. 2021 – Present

        Sindhu V

        Oct. 2021 – Present

        Beeba P

        Sept. 2023 -Feb 2024

        Aneesh B

        Oct.. 2023 – Dec. 2023

        Sushama J

        Aug. 2014 – Feb. 2023

        Late Harikumar J

        Aug. 2014 – Feb. 2023

        Beena L

        Dec. 2015 – Oct. 2018

        Shenna H

        Jun. 2017 – Oct. 2018

        Seena H

        July 2017 – Oct. 2018

        Achamma M

        Sep. 2014 – Oct. 2017

        Saleena

        Nov. 2015 – Oct. 2016

        RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS (OUTSTANDING)

        BENEFICIARY SUPPORT PROGRAM

        DATEPARTICULARS RECEIVEABLE
        by TGGFCT
        PAYABALE
        by TGGFCT
        Till 08/06/2024Loan till date from The Golden Greens249450
        Till 08/06/2024Loan given to Beena L 27715
        Till 08/06/2024Loan given to Shenna H11810
        Till 08/06/2024Loan given to Seena H11810
        Till 08/06/2024Loan given to Sushama J 10613520000
        Till 08/06/2024Loan given to Beeba P2000
        Till 08/06/2024Loan given to Sindhu V 127500
        Till 08/06/2024Dues to be paid to Late Harikumar J17520
        Total 286970286970

        COMMITMENTS

        Volunteers/Practitioners/Members

        As passionate individuals join us in supporting various community welfare projects, their commitment and selflessness shine through. We recognize the importance of their role, and to ensure they can wholeheartedly focus on their mission, we gladly provide accommodation and fresh meals. It’s our way of expressing gratitude for their invaluable contributions.

        Transparent Utilisation of Donations:

        Starting from 1st December 2023, we are proud to announce that TGG Foundation directs 100% of the donations received directly into the projects for which it is received. We understand the significance of trust when it comes to charitable contributions. Rest assured, every donation is a direct investment in the betterment of lives, and we believe in complete transparency regarding how your support is utilized. Also from 1st January 2024 no cash transaction will be allowed from the Donation Accounts.

        Sustainable Financial Practices:

        To uphold this commitment, TGG Foundation sustains its administrative costs through the income generated from the sale of our products and services. This ensures that every penny of your generous donations goes directly towards fueling impactful projects and initiatives. We strive for financial sustainability, allowing us to focus on our core mission without compromising on our principles.

        Dignity in Service:

        As we embark on this journey together, let us remember that serving a social cause is not just about uplifting communities; it’s about upholding our own dignity as well. Every action, no matter how small, contributes to a larger narrative of positive change. Together, we can create a world where compassion, empowerment, and dignity intersect.


        SOCIAL (TGG AID, Livelihood Creation, Upskilling)

        DATEPARTICULARSRECEIPTS
        DOMESTIC
        PAYMENTS
        DOMESTIC
        RECEIPTS
        INTERNATIONAL
        PAYMENTS
        INTERNATIONAL
        BALANCE IN Rs.
        DOMESTIC
        BALANCE IN Rs.
        INTERNATIONAL
        1/1/2024OPENING BALANCERs.1720/-Rs.1078.38

        EDUCATIONAL (Research, Bridging-The-Gap, RHM Club)

        DATEPARTICULARSRECEIPTS
        DOMESTIC
        PAYMENTS
        DOMESTIC
        RECEIPTS
        INTERNATIONAL
        PAYMENTS
        INTERNATIONAL
        BALANCE IN Rs.
        DOMESTIC
        BALANCE IN Rs.
        INTERNATIONAL
        1/6/2024OPENING BALANCERs.24570.00

        ECONOMIC (RHM Center)

        DATEPARTICULARSRECEIPTS
        DOMESTIC
        PAYMENTS
        DOMESTIC
        RECEIPTS
        INTERNATIONAL
        PAYMENTS
        INTERNATIONAL
        BALANCE IN Rs.
        DOMESTIC
        BALANCE IN Rs.
        INTERNATIONAL
        1/6/2024OPENING BALANCERs.1327.69NIL