BOSCONET has instituted a donation refund policy to ensure fair and transparent processing of requests for refund of donations as digital payments are becoming more frequent. We expects that all donors will exercise due care and diligence while making donations. We also recognizes that a donation may be made erroneously or donors may change their mind. We will examine request for refund of donation and endeavor to make the refund. We may also seek proper explanation and reason from the user. Also, it will require further verification of the user and need documents of proof as well as for donation.
BOSCONET is not obliged to make refunds and may, in its discretion, decline any requests for refund of donations, particularly if a tax exemption certificate has been issued.
If you would like your donation to be refunded, you must request BOSCONET in writing or by email for a refund at the following address: –
Street No.7, Palam-Dabri Road
New Delhi 110045
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Your refund request must contain the details such as name, date of donation, amount of donation, mode of donation i.e. Credit/Debit Card or Online Payment or ECS/NACH donation and should reach Bosconet office within 7 (Seven) days from the date on which you made the donation i.e.:
- The date on which you Made the donation online, electronically or through other means, OR
- The date on which you Handed over the cheque / demand draft to BOSCONET or someone authorised by BOSCONET for this purpose, OR
- The date on which you Despatched the cheque / demand draft to BOSCONET by other means.
- The refund process may take time 7 to 30 working days depending on the availability of the information from third parties such as Payment Gateway, Banks, etc. through which transaction is done.
The Don Bosco Network in India comprises of 11 Planning and Development Organisations (PDOs), each dedicated to the development of the Salesian provinces they serve. The Don Bosco network is spread across 29 states and 354 NGOs, reaching more than 10 lakh people.