Mission Help India Society
President
Lieutenant General M R Sharma, PVSM, VSM (Retired) Ex Deputy Chief of Indian Army
Vice President
(Dr. Professor) Mukand Lal Sharma, MS, MCH, cardio Vascular and Thoracic Surgeon.
General Secretary & Treasurer
Colonel Kanwar Amar Singh Jamwal, Retired Army officer.
Members

Dr Neelam Raina
MD, Radiologist.

Shri Kaushal Gupta
BE, Engineer Entrepreneur.

Prof. Narinder Kumar Tripathi
Phd, Prof. Zoology, Dean Students Welfare & Director HG, JU.

Shri Fateh Singh Jasrotia, Marketing Executive Pharma Sector.
Resource Mobilsations
Mission Help India Society will endeavor to mobilize resources through people and organizations from within India and abroad in compliance with the guidelines for receiving donations for charitable Societies for its activities throughout the state of J&K. Volunteer Action At CRY, we encourage and support our volunteers to empower people and communities to Volunteer Action.

At Mission Help India Society, we will encourage and support volunteers to identify viable and effective projects for individual and group benefit for consideration of the Governing Body. The spread of volunteers will enable us to reach remote areas and communities who need our help the most.

Process for selection and appraisal
Members of the Governing Body and volunteer representatives in outlying areas, identify the needs of deserving individuals or groups.

• The Governing Body screens and short lists these cases.
• Depending on the level of expenditure involved, a pre-funding, evaluation visit may be conducted.
• An Internal discussion on the merits of the case.
• Approval at the appropriate level.
• Payment of grant and monitoring of its expenditure. As a normal practice, payment for items purchased or expenditure incurred based on actual bills from the vendors, event managers or individual beneficiaries will he paid directly to the service provider.

Monitoring and evaluating of the initiative
• Nominated members visit each project for verification of its genuineness and inspect progress.
• Meetings with the staff, parents, children and the community with whom the project works.
• Assessing the project's training & information support needs as well as its achievements.
• Submission of quarterly, half yearly and annual reports.
• Annual evaluation, budget and plans for the next grant period are initiated by our team.

Governance
• There is a lot of good in the world and there are more good people than we tend to believe. However, welfare activities tend to get mired in vested interests of gender, caste, class, ethnicity and religion. Patchwork of official 'schemes’ quite often is aimed at appeasing specific interest groups. In this context, the contributions from private philanthropists are necessary. Most important part of course it that the donations from compassionate individuals and organizations reach the deserving as directly and as quickly as possible. . Our model of governance encompasses the non-negotiable values of accountability, transparency and partnership.
• We intend following this approach with each individual or group that we partner, including vendors and third party suppliers.
• Selection criteria based on timely help where it is needed the most.
• Selection norms and processes designed for transparency.