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About the Author: Mr. Sunil Goel, a Fellow Chartered Accountant, founded Sunil Goel & Associates, CAs in 1980. They provide a wide range of services from Accounting and Audits (Statutory, Internal and Management), Management Consultancy, Entry Strategy into India, Taxation Advisory, Preparation of Project and Feasibility Reports. SGA also holds expertise in obtaining various registrations, permissions and exemptions under various laws viz. Foreign Exchange Management Act (1999), Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act


FCRA Basic Checklist (2016)

Posted by Atma in FEATURED | 22 Sep 2016

About the Author: Mr. Sunil Goel, a Fellow Chartered Accountant, founded Sunil Goel & Associates, CAs in 1980. They provide a wide range of services from Accounting and Audits (Statutory, Internal and Management), Management Consultancy, Entry Strategy into India, Taxation Advisory, Preparation of Project and Feasibility Reports. SGA also holds expertise in obtaining various registrations, permissions and exemptions under various laws viz. Foreign Exchange Management Act (1999), Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act


About the Author: Mr. Sunil Goel, a Fellow Chartered Accountant, founded Sunil Goel & Associates, CAs in 1980. They provide a wide range of services from Accounting and Audits (Statutory, Internal and Management), Management Consultancy, Entry Strategy into India, Taxation Advisory, Preparation of Project and Feasibility Reports. SGA also holds expertise in obtaining various registrations, permissions and exemptions under various laws viz. Foreign Exchange Management Act (1999), Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act


The beginning of August saw the Atma welcome 9 new NGOs aboard the Accelerator Programme at the Victoria Memorial School for the Blind in Tardeo. Through strategic support and a 3-year partnership, these NGOs will be guided towards stronger leadership and better funding so that they are able to improve and expand their programmes, ensuring that their students are achieving meaningful academic milestones. These 9 organisations, namely Anandi, Maharashtra Dyslexia


Atma was declared as the Silver Stevie Award winner under the ‘Company of the Year – Non-Profit or Government Organizations – Small’ category on August 11, 2016 at 6.30 p.m. IST. We are humbled with this recognition for our work in the development sector in Mumbai on an international platform. We’d like to thank the Stevie Awards judges for their encouraging comments about the Atma Accelerator Programme and its impact.


Volunteer Alumni Spotlight: Jason Tavares

Posted byChirag Sutar" class="post-item"> Chirag Sutar in FEATURED | 08 Aug 2016

I finished my six-month volunteer stint with Atma just before the start of the London Olympics, so why then am I writing this days before the Rio games start? Because I wanted to give an account of my time volunteering as well as what it has enabled me to achieve over the past four years. I decided to volunteer for Atma at a time in my life later than most volunteers, at the


Saying ‘YES’ to social change

Posted byChirag Sutar" class="post-item"> Chirag Sutar in BLOG SERIES – SECOND LINE LEADERSHIP | 23 May 2016

The Yes Foundation Media for Social Change Fellowship saw eight bright, young minds join the Atma team as volunteers. They have been helping partner NGOs like Gharkul, Anandi, Spark-A-Change Foundation and Karunya Trust with their projects like creating brochures, websites, newsletters and videos. Greeshma, one of the Yes Fellows says, “This was my first attempt at social work. I was really looking forward to bringing my fresh ideas and strategies to


It was a day of reminiscence and laughter as Apni Shala, Mimaansa, Udaan Foundation, St. Willibrords School, and Oscar Foundation bid a nostalgic farewell. Here are some of the highlights from the ceremony: Originally starting at 2 schools and 200 students, Mimaansa has now grown to 8 schools and reaches over 1800 kids. Talking about their exceptional growth, Pooja, Founder, Mimaansa says, “I knew nothing other than neuro-linguistic programming and


Erika Marte

Posted byChirag Sutar" class="post-item"> Chirag Sutar in BLOG SERIES – SECOND LINE LEADERSHIP | 08 Feb 2016

Three months in India and the thought of leaving does not settle well with my stomach. At first all unsettling sensations were effects of delicious but sketchy food vendors located in every corner. Now, my stomach has adjusted to Mumbai’s street food and I have adjusted to every street in Mumbai. I recently graduated from Hamilton College, located in upstate New York, with a B.A. in Comparative Literature and Chinese. I have learned a lot during my


Cohort 2015: Six new NGOs on-boarded

Posted byChirag Sutar" class="post-item"> Chirag Sutar in FEATURED, LEADERSHIP | 19 Jan 2016

Atma has selected six NGOs from Mumbai to be a part of the Atma Accelerator Program. The selected NGOs will be a part of Cohort 2015 and receive 1200 hours of support per year for the next three years along with one dedicated Partnership Manager and three skilled volunteers to help their NGOs become bigger, better and stronger. Atma’s ‘Cohort 2015’ and ‘Special-Ed Cohort 2015’ has NGOs with huge potential