United Way Mumbai is registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and the Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950. Donations from India to United Way Mumbai are eligible for tax exemption under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act. United Way Mumbai is also authorized to receive foreign donations under the Foreign Contributions Regulation Act. United Way Mumbai is also registered with the Govt. of India’s NITI Aayog (MH/2017/0155813) and has been recognised as a Credible Implementing Agency by the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IA Hub Code: A000338).
United Way Mumbai is committed to the cause of community
development while abiding by the strictest codes of accountability and
transparency. Governed by a Board of Directors, which closely monitors and
regulates our fund allocation & management processes, we ensure that we
maintain a high degree of accountability.
Code of Ethics
United Way volunteers, employees and representatives have a responsibility to uphold the highest ethical standards. We believe these standards go beyond compliance with laws and regulations — calling us to fulfill higher obligations as stewards of the public trust. United Way Mumbai follows a Code of Ethics, which sets forth standards and responsibilities toward this end. The Board of Directors approve the code and all staff members are required to personally certify their compliance to it. Read our code of ethics.