Registered under West Bengal Societies Registration Act, 1961. Registration No. S/76925 dated 26/05/1994.
Registered under Section 12 A of the Income Tax Act 1961. No DIT(E)/S-49/8E/167/2000-2001 dated 30.05.2001.
Registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976. Regd No. 147120573 dated 1st June, 2001.
Registration under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act 1961 has been renewed up to 2008 – 2009.
Income Tax PAN Services Unit, Govt. of India PAN No. – AAATC5062C.
Tax deduction account no (TAN) under Income Tax Act, 1961– CALCO5436E.
Empanelment & Affiliations
SPADE has been empanelled by the Ministry of Rural Development, Department of Rural Development, Government of India, on and from 8th April, 2013 as a Capacity Building Agency for NRLM in the areas of Staff Induction and Capacity Building, Social Mobilization, Institution Building, Financial Inclusion and Capacity Building of Community Institutions and Cadres.
SPADE has been empanelled as a Vocational Training Providing Institute from April 2012 by the Society for Self Employment of Unemployed Youth, West Bengal constituted by the Government of West Bengal under the Department of Sports & Youth Services, Govt. of West Bengal in 2004.
SPADE is member of the NGO Partnership System that has been promoted by the Planning Commission of India as a platform that provides space for interface between Voluntary Organizations or NGOs and key Government Ministries or Departments. SPADE’s Unique Id under NGO Partnership System is WB/2009 /0003848.
SPADE has been empanelled by the National CSR Hub, TATA Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai on 25th August, 2014 vide Ref: Hub Code: A/01/12/08/169.
SPADE has been empanelled by the CSR Hub of Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Government of India as an Implementing Agency for CSR Projects.
SPADE is member of the West Bengal Self Help Group Promotional Forum – a State level network of Self Help Promoting Institutions in West Bengal since its inception in 2001.
SPADE is a member of the State Inter Agency Group – West Bengal that was formed in mid 2000 initially to avert the type of devastation caused by exceptionally widespread floods of West Bengal in 2000 and gradually it emerged as a collective effort of promoting the core concept of unified humanitarian response across the state.