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Eco-Watch has been registered as a "Public Charitable Trust" since October 1998. The organisation carries out awareness and education programmes and activities towards promoting and preserving our environment. In addition the organisation also implements and undertakes projects and programmes that are aimed at protecting our environment and ecology. In this background and to further its activities the organisation has been recognized and provided with the Income Tax Exemption Certificate by the Government. Hence any donation made to the organisation will be exempt of Income Tax under Section 80G(5)(vi) of the Income Tax Act 1961. The IT exemption certificate is also furnished for further reference and information

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an unprecedented health crisis across the world, where we are still grappling with the unknown characteristics of the corona virus.

Workers & labourers from within Karnataka & outside, who have migrated to Bengaluru in search jobs and employment opportunities are the most vulnerable & severely affected communities today. These people have been living and working in various parts of Bangalore over the last 10 to 15 years leaving their families in their villages & hometowns. And the current situation has just added to their woes. Therefore, it is all the more important & necessary to reach out to this section of society in this time of crisis and help them sail through this critical period. Thus, in view of such grave situations, it becomes all the more important now, more than ever, to help & support this community as they have absolutely no source of income in such difficult times.

Eco-Watch is working towards providing these communities with basic food supplies / provision to help sustain through this difficult time. Any contribution is most welcome and will be highly appreciated. Eco-Watch will also provide 80G Certificate (IT Exemption) to all the contributors

For more on donating / contributing wards the cause you may kindly contact us on: contribute.ecowatch@gmail.com