Transparency & Accountability
The organisation was registered in 1994, under the Indian Trust Act 1882, for social, educational and economic activities.
CBM India is recognised and registered with;
- Ministry of Corporate Affairs
- 80G Tax Exemption (80G)
- 12A Tax Exemption (12A)
- Employee Provident Fund (EPF)
- Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA).
- NITI Aayog’s NGO Darpan.
- GuideStar, India’s largest and most reliable online NGO information repository.
Registration Number: 431/1994 of Book 4 Vol. 254 pages 255 to 262.
CBM India Trust is awarded a prestigious ‘GuidestarTransparency Badge’ for high level transparency and demonstrated public accountability by Guidestar India, a largest and most reliable NGO information repository.
CBM India has been recognized repeatedly by various bodies for its tireless endeavors and exemplary contribution in the field of disability and development.
In 2004, CBM India was the recipient of the award from Government of India for its efforts towards the elimination of avoidable blindness.
Yet another proud moment was when CBM India received The Zero Project Innovation Award 2017 at the United Nations headquarters in Vienna for innovative practices on generating self-employment and livelihood opportunities across India.
We have also been recognized by Government of India and empaneled under ‘Accessible India campaign’ as a technical expert in the field of promoting accessible environment.