TGG Foundation Charitable Trust
Additional Info about Us
Upkeep of the place
Vegetable gardens maintenance
Cooking and dishwashing
Eco friendly construction and maintenance
RHM Center activities
TGG Foundation, a self-sustaining, not-for-profit, registered Public Charitable Trust with the exemption under section 12A & 80G of Income Tax Act, FCRA certified by Ministry of Home Affairs, a member of Niti Ayog (DARPAN) by Government of India and is certified by Guidestar India for transparency. It is a CSR initiative, by The Golden Greens with guidance from the experts and the value system created by the Management, with over 80% of the funds directly benefit the rural community, primarily through livelihood creation. The Foundation has partnered with Omprakash an NGO based in the US and also with The Deutsch-Indische Zusammenarbeit Baden-Württemberg e. V. (DIZ BaWü) an NGO based in Germany in addition to collaborating with Uka Tarsadia University for Sustainable Rural Development Research Programs. The Foundation has not availed any Govt. subsidies, not obtained any grants or donations for their day to day operations. Most of the funding has come in the form of interest-free loans from The Golden Greens with a 5-year moratorium to payback. The activities of the TGG Foundation started on 14th January 2012 in a small way and thereafter, constituted as a public charitable Trust in August 2014. This Trust aspires to bring remarkable changes in the life of the people across the world, through human transformation.
Self-help groups for economic stability
Social enterprises for fair business practices
PPP model for rural development
Human transformation through responsible living
We believe that the mission to help someone and improving their existence must work autonomously. It would be of great help if all wealthy people even gave a small part of what they have to eradicate the inequalities of our society and thus generally improve levels of literacy, livelihood, health and prosperity for all. It is our duty to provide those who are least equipped with access to opportunities that will enable them to build a better future.