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Giving to charity may improve your sense of well-being

The act of helping others can create an improved sense of well-being. Knowing that you sacrificed something such as time, finances or property in order to help others in need can give you a sense of purpose in life or work and inner satisfaction.

Supporting a cause can help keep you informed about issues of social injustice

When considering donating to a charity, many people tend to research the issues connected to that organization. As a result, you become more educated about social injustices around the world. You may discover new points of view and opinions on topics about which you were previously uniformed. This knowledge may position you to help increase the awareness of social problems among those in your sphere of influence from a balanced and educated standpoint.

Volunteering with a charity may result in physical and social benefits

After donating financially to a charity or non-profit organization, you may feel an inner pull to become more involved with the cause by donating your time and skill as well. By volunteering, you have the opportunity to build your social circles while reaping the physical, mental and spiritual benefits from the labor you contribute to your favorite cause.

Donation Details :

Bank State Bank of India

Account Number 31892659375

IFSC Code SBIN0011822

Branch Dodda Banaswadi

Bank State Bank of Patiala

Current Account Number 65202868974

IFSC Code STBP0001161

Branch Dodda Banaswadi

 

Omega Rehabilitation Trust(R) is a registered NGO and registered under Income Tax section 12(AA). All Donations made to Omega Rehabilitation Trust(R) are exempted under Income Tax section 80(G) of Income Tax Act 1961 and 12A/W section 12(1)(b)(I) of IT act 1961.