Agriculture is the mainstay in our economy. Around 60% of population is dependent on agriculture. Farmers are the pillars for driving our mainstream economy but it’s a sad truth that majority of them are poor. The ones who provide us food, are clueless about their bread & butter. So where should we donate our money? It’s well quoted, “Once in your life you need a lawyer, a doctor, a policeman, and a preacher, but everyday three times a day you need a farmer.”
Lot of people donate money or do charity based on the appearances. We donate our money to handicapped because we see their struggle, which is visible in our everyday lives.There is other group in society who are white collar and they live respectfully, they are called Farmers. They are suffered by climatic conditions and environmental and political factors affecting them and their economic conditions adversely. Many of us fail to realise that Farmers are the one, who support the factordriving majority of our economy.
Farmers in India are poverty ridden, there are lot of sad stories about farmers who commit suicide due to monsoon failure, high debt burdens, wrong application of Agri inputs, govt. policies and family problems. Our small contribution will change their lives by not just donating but also by understanding their problems and standing for their betterment.
Account Name : WHITE GOLD TRUST
Account Number : 36107092713
Bank name : State Bank Of India
IFSC Code : SBIN0011703
Account Type : Current
Bank Branch : Shendraban
Email Us the following details to email@example.com with the following details (these details are essential for making all receipts) or call on 8888817305
You can send cheques to our Aurangabad Office with all details on the backside of the cheque.
All foreign transactions are on hold as we are waiting for permission from FCRA. White Gold Trust shall be in position to deposit foreign funds once the permissions are received. We will update the progress here very soon.
Amounts of donations are eligible for tax exemption under section 80 G of Income Tax Act 1961