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AITA Championship: Quarter Final Details

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Today 10.2.2018 all leading newspapers covered about the Event “SERUDS-AITA Championship Series” which starts from Today for the All India Tennis Rankers U-14 & U-18 [Boys & Girls] at 4 Lawn Tennis Courts Kurnool Club | Officers Club | Police Parade Ground | Achievers Academy. All are invited for this Tennis Tournament. Thank you one and all who are supporting our initiative.

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President Of Seruds NGO Wins Best Services Award

Seruds NGO has been empowering the destitute people of all categories in various different causes since decades. The president of Seruds NGO, Mallikarjuna Gorla has been the strongest pillar for us. As the saying goes, ‘Good deeds never go unnoticed”, our dynamic president has been felicitated and honored with the prestigious ‘Best Services Award’.

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Tax Benefits of Making Charities and Donations

Good deeds always get appreciated. Even government authorities showcase a sweet gesture of allowing tax benefits of making charities and donations. This is to encourage people for making donations but the details of the tax benefits are still unclear among the people. In this blog, we will explain the scenario in which the tax benefits are allowed, the US tax benefits 501(c)(3) and tax exemption in India under section 80G.

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All Telugu leading news papers has published the event “Education Support for the Disabled Students” conducted at Disabled Welfare Hostel, C.Camp in Kurnool. This event has organized with the support of Save the Child Foundation.

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Sponsorship of Education

Vishalandhra Epaper covered SERUDS Event

Sponsorship of Education for Poor Children

Donation for Disabled Children

Children in need for Education Support

Sponsorship of Disabled Children

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