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List Of Donations Made By Indian Sportspersons, Federations Towards PM Cares Fund To Fight Coronavirus Pandemic

Here is a list of sportspersons and organisations who have so far donated to aid the fight against coronavirus

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List Of Donations Made By Indian Sportspersons, Federations Towards PM Cares Fund To Fight Coronavirus Pandemic
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2020-04-12T16:20:22+05:30

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday (April 1, 2020) expressed gratitude towards the sports fraternity for their contribution to PM CARES Fund.

Several sports personalities like Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, Sourav Ganguly, Rohit Sharma, Mithali Raj, etc have contributed their bit for the cause.

"I am very happy that our hardworking sportspersons are at the forefront of the battle to defeat COVID-19. I would like to thank @sharad_kumar01, @ImRo45, @singhesha10, @M_Raj03 for their contribution to PM-CARES.#IndiaFightsCorona," PM Modi tweeted.

The Union government on March 28 set up the public charitable trust under the name The Prime Minister's Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund (PM-CARES) in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

Here is a list of sportspersons and federations who have so far donated to aid the fight against coronavirus: 

Sportspersons

- Abhimanyu Easwaran, cricket (Rs 2.5 lakh)
- Ajinkya Rahane, cricket (Rs 10 lakh)
- Anil Kumble, cricket (Unspecified amount)
- Anirban Lahiri, golf (Rs 7 lakh)
- Ankur Mittal, shooting (Rs 1.51 lakh)
- Apurvi Chandela, shooting (Rs 5 lakh)
- Arjun Bhati, golf (sells his trophies, raises Rs 4.30 lakh)
- Avishek Dalmiya, cricket (Rs 5 lakh)
- Bajrang Punia, wrestling (Six month's salary to Haryana)
- Cheteshwar Pujara, cricket (unspecified amount)
- Gautam Gambhir, cricket (Rs 50 lakh, 2-years salary. He later pledged to donate another Rs 50 lakh from MP fund)
- Deepti Sharma, cricket (Rs 50,000)
- Harbhajan Singh, cricket (ration to 5,000 families in Jalandhar)
- Hima Das, athletics (one month's salary to Assam)
- Irfan and Yusuf Pathan, cricket (4000 face masks)
- Ishan Porel, cricket (Rs 50,000 to help needy)
- Jaydev Unadkat, cricket (Unspecified amount)
- Karthikeyan Murali, chess (Rs 25,000)
- Kedar Jadhav, cricket (unspecified amount)
- Kiren Rijiju, sports minister (1-month salary)
- Laxmi Ratan Shukla, cricket (three months' MLA salary, BCCI pension to West Bengal)
- Manu Bhaker, shooting (Rs 1 lakh)
- Mary Kom, boxing (One month's MP salary)
- Mithali Raj, cricket (Rs 10 lakh)
- MS Dhoni, cricket (Rs 1 lakh)
- Neeraj Kumar, athletics (Rs 3 lakh)
Over 80 chess players (Rs 1.05 lakh)
- Pankaj Advani, cue sports (Rs 5 lakh)
- Parupalli Kashyap, badminton (Rs 3 lakh to Telangana)
- Pentala Harikrishna, chess (Rs 2 lakh)
- Poonam Yadav, cricket (Rs 2 lakh)
- Pramod Bhagat, para-badminton (Rs 2 lakh)
- Pullela Gopichand, badminton (Rs 26 lakh)
- PV Sindhu, badminton (Rs 10 lakh)
- R Sridhar, cricket (Rs 4 Lakh)
- Ranjit Bajaj and Minerva Academy, football (Rs 5 lakh)
- Richa Ghosh, cricket ( Rs 1 lakh)
- Rohit Sharma, cricket (Rs 80 lakh)
- Priyanka Roy, cricket(Rs 10,000 to West Bengal)
- Sachin Tendulkar, cricket (Rs 50 lakh, and to feed 5000 people for one month)
- Sai Praneeth, badminton (Rs 4 lakh)
- Sania Mirza, tennis (food for daily wage workers)
- Sharad Kumar, para jumper (Rs 1 lakh)
- Shikhar Dhawan, cricket (Unspecified amount)
- Sourav Ganguly, cricket (Free rice worth Rs 50 lakh)
- Sunil Gavaskar, cricket (Rs 59 lakh)
- Yuvraj Singh, cricket (Rs 50 lakh)

National Sports Federations 

- All India Football Federation (Rs. 25.00 lakh)
- All India Tennis Association (Rs 2.50 lakh)
- Athletics Federation of India (Rs 2.50 lakh)
- Badminton Association of India (10 lakh)
- Basketball Federation of India (Rs 5.00 lakh)
- Bowling Federation of India (Rs 1 lakh)
- Boxing Federation of India (Rs. 11 lakh)
- Cycling Federation of India (Rs 1 lakh)
- Fencing Association of India (Rs 5 lakh)
- Gymnastics Federation of India (Rs 2.50 lakh)
- Handball Federation of India (Rs 1.50 lakh)
- Hockey India (Rs 25 lakh, Rs 21 lakh to Odisha)
- India Taekwondo (Rs 1 lakh)
- Indian Golf Union (Rs 10.00 lakh)
- Indian Olympic Association (Rs 71 lakh)
- Indian Triathlon Federation (Rs 1 lakh)
- Indian Weightlifting Federation (Rs 1 lakh)
- Karnataka State Cricket Association (Rs 1 crore)
- Kho Kho Federation of India (Rs 11 lakh)
- National Rifle Association of India (Rs 10 lakh)
- Netball Federation of India (Rs 1 lakh)
- Modern Pentathlon Federation of India (Rs 1 Lakh)
- Mumbai Cricket Association (Rs 50 lakh to Maharashtra)
- Rowing Federation of India (Rs 1.25 lakh)
- Saurashtra Cricket Association (Rs 42 lakh)
- Squash Racquets Federation of India (Rs 1 lakh)
- Swimming Federation of India (Rs 51,000)
- Table Tennis Federation of India (Rs 5.00 lakh)
- The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI Rs 51 crores)
- Volleyball Federation of India (Rs 5 lakh)
- Wushu Association of India (Rs 2.00 lakh)
- Wrestling Federation of India (Rs 11.00 lakh)

State Olympic Associations 

- Arunachal Olympic Association (Rs 1 lakh)
- Assam Olympic Association (Rs 1.00 lakh)
- Bengal Olympic Association (Rs 3 lakh)
- Bihar Olympic Association (Rs 1 lakh)
- Gujarat Olympic Association (Rs 25,000)
- Goa Olympic Association (Rs. 1 lakh)
- Himachal Pradesh Olympic Association (Rs 1 lakh)
- J & K Olympic Association (Rs 1 lakh)
- Jharkhand Olympic Association (Rs 2 lakh)
- Karnataka Olympic Association (Rs 1.50 lakh)
- Kerala Olympic Association (Rs 3 lakh)
- Madhya Pradesh Olympic Association (Rs 51,000)
- Manipur Olympic Association (Rs 1 lakh)
- Meghalaya State Olympic Association (Rs 50,000)
- Mizoram Olympic Association (Rs 50,000)
- Sikkim Olympic Association (Rs 25,000)
- Tamil Nadu Olympic Association (Rs 1 lakh)
- Telangana Olympic Association (Rs 1.25 lakh)
- Tripura State Olympic Association (Rs 50,001)
- UP Olympic Association (Rs 1.01 lakh)
- Uttaranchal Olympic Association (Rs 5 lakh)

Non Members/(Applied For)/Others

- Bengaluru Hockey Association (Rs 25,000)
- Chhattisgarh State Volleyball Association (Rs 3 lakh)
- East Bengal (Rs 30 lakh)
- Equestrian Federation of India (Rs 5 lakh)
- IOS Sports (Rs 2.50 Lakhs)
- Karate Association of India (Rs 5 Lakh)
- Himachal Pradesh Boxing Association (Rs 50,000)
- Madhya Pradesh Handball Association (Rs 25,000)
- Maharashtra Fencing Association (Rs 1 lakh)
- Mallakhamb Federation (Regd) India (Rs 1 lakh)
- Manipur Fencing Association (Rs 30,000)
- Manmohan Jaiswal, GS Judo Federation of India (Rs 1 lakh)
- Mohun Bagan (Rs 20 lakh)
- MyTeam11 (Rs 5 lakh)
- Powerlifting Federation of India (Rs 1 lakh)
- Rajasthan State Judo Federation (Rs 51,000)
- Sepaktakraw Federation India (Rs 5.25 lakh)
- Shyam Lal Academy, Hockey Jammu & Kashmir (Rs 10,000)
- SunRisers Hyderabad (Rs 10 crore)
- Tamilnadu Kho Kho Association (Rs 1 lakh)
- Tenpin Bowling Association (India) (Rs 1 lakh)
- Tripura Hockey (Rs 10,001)
- Uttarakhand Kabaddi Association (Rs 51,000)
- WAKO India Kickboxing Federation (Rs 1 lakh)

What is PM CARES Fund?

"Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund (PM CARES FUND)” has been set up for providing relief to the persons affected from the outbreak of Coronavirus.

The Ordinance also amended the provisions of the Income-tax Act to provide the same tax treatment to PM CARES Fund as available to Prime Minister National Relief Fund.

Therefore, the donation made to the PM CARES Fund shall be eligible for 100% deduction under section 80G of the IT Act.

Further, the limit on deduction of 10% of gross income shall also not be applicable for donation made to PM CARES Fund.

As the date for claiming deduction u/s 80G under IT Act has been extended up to 30.06.2020, the donation made up to 30.06.2020 shall also be eligible for deduction from income of FY 2019-20. 

Hence, any person including corporate paying concessional tax on income of FY 2020-21 under new regime can make donation to PM CARES Fund up to 30.06.2020 and can claim deduction u/s 80G against income of FY 2019-20 and shall also not lose his eligibility to pay tax in concessional taxation regime for income of FY 2020-21."

NOTE: According to information available in the public domain. This is not a conclusive list. To be updated. 


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