HelpYourNGO launched the Systematic Giving Plan (SGP) - a first of its kind initiative in the world. SGP enables investors to contribute 10% of their investment with a Mutual Fund (MF) every year towards charitable causes vetted and monitored by us.

The idea to create a corpus which benefits NGOs was born out of our desire to create a steady stream of inflows for compassionate individuals doing yeoman service via NGOs. There are over 50 million folios in the MF industry today. If everyone was to sign up to a Rs 1,000 one-time contribution to an SGP (if not more!), this would result in a total corpus of Rs 5,000 crore from which 10% per annum, or Rs 500 crore per year could go to a multitude of NGOs selected by investors. 

SGP was awarded the 'Best Social Impact Initiative' at the India Wealth Awards by AIWMI in 2018.

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Mutual Fund for NGOs? It may just be possible | Feb 07 2019

Non-profits mostly have to strive hard to raise funds for their causes. It distracts them from the good work they are doing. But what if those with a proven track record could be assured of funds from individuals investing in mutual funds and, at the same time, eager to do their bit by society? Given the sums that mutual funds attract, the potential is huge for putting money into non-profits and through them promoting better development and inclusion.

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Systematic Giving Plan wins the Best Social Impact Initiative Award | Sep 05 2018

HelpYourNGO's Systematic Giving Plan (SGP) was awarded the Best Social Impact Initiative by the Association of International Wealth Managers of India. SGP enables mutual fund investors to contribute a percentage of their investment with a mutual fund every year towards charitable causes vetted and monitored by HelpYourNGO.


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