Did you know many companies offer a matching gift program to encourage philanthropy among their employees? Gifts from employees' spouses and retirees may also qualify for a match.
Contributions of any amount help us protect our nation’s birds and conserve our wild places.
Use the search field above to see if your employer participates in a matching gift program. By simply completing a matching gift form (online or paper), you may be able to double, or even triple, the impact of your gift!
For more information, enter your company name below to see if they will match your contribution or contact Robin Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 212-979-3098.
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What are employee matching gift programs?
Employee matching gift programs are corporate giving programs in which the company matches donations made by employees to eligible nonprofit organizations.
It's an easy way to double your contribution to us!
How do I request a matching gift?
Requesting a matching gift is normally a five-minute process which must be initiated by the donor. You can do this by filling out and submitting a paper match form provided by your employer or through an electronic submission process.
Please search our database above for company specific information.
How is this information obtained?
We partner with a company called Double the Donation. If you see anything that should be changed, please email Double the Donation's team at email@example.com.
What if I still have questions?
For questions regarding your company's programs, please contact your employer's HR or community giving department.
For questions regarding submitting a matching gift or volunteer grant request to us, please contact us using the information provided on this page.
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