NGOs/ NPOs/Implementors FAQ's

  1. How do I register as NGO/ NPO/Implementer on truCSR?


    Registration process can be completed online on the website For further details you may contact truCSR on

  2. What are the documents required to register as an implementing agency



    1. Reg. Certificate / CIN

    2. PAN Card

    3. MoA / By-Laws / Trust Deed

    4. GSTN Certificate (if applicable)

    5. 80G Certificate

    6. 12A Certificate

    7. Audited financial statement of last three years or since incorporation, whichever is earlier.

    8. 35AC Registration Certificate (if applicable)

    9. FCRA Registration Certificate (if applicable)

  3. Once my profile is approved, what do I need to do?


    After your profile is approved, truCSR team will send you an update about annual registration fees for the platform. You will have to make payment towards truCSR by online mode, to get your account activated for accessing various features on truCSR portal.

  4. How much is the registration fee for NGOs/NPOs as Implementers?


    Rupees Seven Thousand Five Hundred Only - INR 7500/- (inclusive of GST) and is valid for a period of one year.

  5. Will I get an invoice?


    Yes, truCSR team will be providing invoice for the fees charged.

  6. What are the features and functions accessible after payment of registration fee?


    Once you register as an implementer on the platform, your membership with truCSR will be valid for a period of one year. You can create project/s that require funding and showcase it to companies and donors register on the platform. Additionally, truCSR team will be regularly sharing updates on RFPs, actively providing details of the projects to Contributors registered on truCSR and you can avail other functions of the platform (ref. Point 6 under General for functions).

  7. What are the kinds of projects/ programs that NGOs/ NPOs can create on the platform?


    NGOs/ NPOs can create the projects / programs relating to activities ranging from natural resource management, social development, social awareness, animal welfare, community livelihood improvement, cultural improvement and development, improving the living standards of human beings including activities directed toward meeting the needs of the poor -distribution of food, clothing or medicine; provision of housing, transport, schools, undertaking relief activities during a natural or man-made disaster. etc. provision of health, family planning or education services, environment protection and development activities, etc.

  8. How does an Implementer get visibility?


    The implementer visibility on the platform is consistent throughout. Projects are displayed on the platform for the contributors to know the details of the same.

  9. How can one get funds for their project as an Implementer?


    Once an NGO registers as an Implementer, they get to showcase their projects on the online platform, build a network and get a personalized dashboard. truCSR being the facilitator directs Contributors to these projects as per their requirements.

  10. How likely are the projects to get CSR funding through truCSR?


    The projects undertaken by the Implementers get project-specific dashboards on the platform. Based on the project’s coverage and scope, the project will get funded by the Contributors. This is also highly dependent on the requirements of the funding criteria and requirements of the Contributor.