Ramesh Sarva is a CPA in practice for 42 years in New York NY. Worked and helped pro bono numerous charitable organizations including Maharashtra Foundation for over 30 Years. After the 2001 World Trade Center episode, under the auspices of United Nations member Countries raised barricades for sending charity to any Organization (NGO) from overseas.
We found the great need in facilitating people who want to do good in their home town, where they came from! Foundation for Small Charities India, Inc was incorporated in New York with the sole purpose of facilitating Charitable giving’s by Indians living in USA.
Having a back office in Pune, India is a great advantage in offering quick execution of orders by donors to their benefactors in India. We opened an account with JP. Morgan Chase Bank, where the funds can be wired by donors electronically. Likewise, “Foundation for Small Charities” an affiliate in India was set up at Pune, India, which received the required ‘Tax exempt’ status in India with 80-G Certification from Income Tax and FCRA from Central Govt. in New Delhi, India.