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Many Indian companies have been contributing to the society through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arms and their foundation since their inception, like Tata group, Aditya Birla group, Reliance Industries, among many others but the Companies Act 2013 has put CSR in the forefront, with a ‘comply or explain’ mandate, for companies that have more than 5 crores INR as net profit for a year
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) spending by Indian companies saw a sharp increase in FY16, according to a reportby CRISIL Foundation—the philanthropic arm of credit-rating company CRISIL.
The report analysed 1,505 companies out of the 4,887 BSE-listed firms that qualify for CSR spending under the CSR Rules, which came into force on 1 April 2014. The rules direct all companies with a net worth of Rs. 500 crore or revenue of Rs. 1,000 crore or net profit of Rs. 5 crore to spend 2% of their average profit in the past three years on social development.
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NGO Expo, United States edition organized by Liveweek Business is the largest global fund-raising event that connects NGOs and Non-profits from developing nations to the biggest Granters, Donors, Philanthropists and Corporate Foundations from United States. The platform help donors make safe and easy US tax-deductible donations to vetted, locally-driven organizations around the world.
November 25-26 | New York
Executive Conference Centre