Below are some frequently asked questions and answers about our organization. If you need specific help or your question isn’t answered here, you should email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. One Life to Love is a registered 501c3 which means your donations are tax-deductible. You will receive a tax-deduction notice at the end of every fiscal year.
Yes. Checks should be made out to: One Life to Love Send checks and money orders to: One Life to Love PO BOX 282 Brick, NJ 08723
Nearly 100% of your donation reaches the children. We generally need to pay a processing fee for donations made online (approx 2%). We do not hire administrative personnel in USA (we are run by volunteers), nor do we invest in marketing/fundraising (we rely on generous donors like you). Therefore, we maximize the impact of your donation.
We partner with Indspire Tours (www.indspiretours.com) to offer cultural immersion tours. These tours allow you to serve at our projects, while getting to know the culture and diversity of the nation.
Our office is run out of coffee shops and the homes of our volunteers. We try to keep our overhead as close to zero as possible. If you would like to meet with us, please give us a shout! 732.762.4235
We currently do not accept donations in kind.
We have made the process simple. Click on "Fundraise" at the top of our website. Then click "Start a campaign" and follow the process. If you are in need of some assistance, please shoot us an email: email@example.com
We do not have a sponsorship program that would enable you to receive updates from a specific child. The reason for this is because a program like this requires a lot of administrative support. We do not invest in offices and admin. We invest in children's lives. We ask donors to consider giving on a monthly basis, with the knowledge that your monthly support is not just affecting one child's life. It is affecting hundreds of children's lives.
We are not an adoption orphanage. Our children have aged out of the possibility of adoption, therefore we have 'adopted' them into our Home of Hope. For more information on adopting a child from India, please visit: http://cara.nic.in/</a>
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