Frequently Asked Question

Below you'll find andwer to the questions we get asked most

New Born Life is a social entrepreneurship non-profit whose vision is "to create a world where giving and volunteering is a natural part of everyday life." Our web-based service connects donors and volunteers with top-performing, quality organizations all over the world. Our service is also customized for corporations, managing their worldwide giving and volunteer programs.

New Born Life Foundation is supported by individual donors and foundations. New Born Life Foundation also provides a customized service for companies and their international giving and volunteer programs. This service supports our non-profit mission and helps provide sustainability.

As a donor, you have five options to donate: Credit Card, Debit card, Internet banking, PayTM and UPI. PayU is the processor for all five types of transactions. You do not need to register an account with PayU in order to donate. We do not profit from or take a cut on your donation. For transactions, PayU does charge a small processing fee that will be deducted from the donation.

Each time you make an online payment, there is a small element of risk that hackers or thieves might secretly steal your bank or payment information. This can be risky, if it happens, as they can use your account to make fraudulent payments to their accounts, purchase items, or even get your cash.
Verify the security of the website you're using by looking for ”https” at the beginning of the URL and checking for the closed lock or unbroken key in the browser, which indicates that your data will be secure and encrypted when submitted on that website.

Note: Never make any payment without checking 'https' at th beganing of URL.
e.g. http://www.newbornlifefoundation is not safe for your transaction whereas same URL with 'https' will be safe.

This differs from country to country, and if we talk about India then
Rules for deduction: As per Section 80G, a part of the amount that you contribute to an NGO qualifies for a tax deduction. The upper limit for this has been set at 10% of your Gross Total Income. Within this too, while donations to some organizations are 100% exempt from tax, while others are 50%.

No. Every penny counts.

Organizations which are independent of government involvement are known as non-governmental organizations or non-government organizations, with NGO as an acronym. NGOs are a subgroup of organizations founded by citizens, which include clubs and associations that provide services to their members and others.