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Workplace Giving and Matching Gifts

Matching Gift Programs

Participating in a matching gift program makes your donation go further. Many companies encourage employees to donate to their favorite charities by matching their contributions, in some cases dollar-for-dollar or more. Some companies may match gifts made by retirees or spouses of employees.

How Do I Apply for a Matching Gift?

  1. Request a matching gift form and program guidelines from your human resources department.
  2. Complete the employee section of the form and send it to the National CASA Association with your donation. If you have made your contribution online, simply complete the form and mail to:

    The National CASA Association
    100 West Harrison Street, North Tower, Suite 500
    Seattle, WA 98119

    Attn: Resource Development

  3. We will complete the form and forward it to your employer's matching gifts office for processing. The company will send its matching donation directly to the National CASA Association.
  4. If you have questions about this process, call 800.628.3233, and ask to speak with Raven.

Workplace Giving Campaigns

Participate in your company’s employee giving campaign to leverage the link between your professional life and your commitment to the National CASA Association. Many companies match employee donations dollar-for-dollar, meaning your donation of $45 per month can be worth more than $1,000 each year.

Make a gift to the National CASA Association  through your employer's charitable giving campaign. Look for us in the Combined Federal Campaign booklet under CASA or write us in. Federal employees and military personnel can designate the National CASA Association for their contributions to the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) by checking CFC #10370 on the enrollment form. 


 

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