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You can read a great blog on various aspects of Matching Gifts the latest entitled "Fortune 100 Companies with Generous Matching Gift programs" at www.hepdata.com/category/blogs or Look in the Learning Center under Blogs
2 weeks, 2 days ago on Corporate Matching Gift Programs - More than $10 Billion Left on the Table Annually
Links and actual PDF's of matching gift forms are available for more than 50% of the corporations that have programs.. Some of these change of course. Take a look at GiftPlus at www.hepdata.com a database of all the details, policies, due dates and most importantly forms or links to the forms. You might be able to get a free trial subscription to Gift Plus to check it out.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Corporate Matching Gift Programs - More than $10 Billion Left on the Table Annually
There are over 20,000 companies that match gifts with a net new one being added daily according to HEPdata. Corporate matching gift programs only match to employees and directors. They all have policies on which kind types of non profits they will match to and get upset when non profits apply who are not eligible apply. There is a number of free webinars (30+) given by non-profits geared to small and large non profits in the Learning Center at www.hepdata.com
7 months, 3 weeks ago on Corporate Matching Gift Programs - More than $10 Billion Left on the Table Annually
Corporate Matching Gifts are an employee benefit. Be sure to check with your HR department to see if your company has a matching gift program or a dollars for doers program(company matches time spent volunteering)
1 year, 2 months ago on Corporate Matching Gift Programs - More than $10 Billion Left on the Table Annually
17,400 companies and subsidiaries in the US have matching gift programs according to HEP Development and they add on average a net new company per day. Their surveys of thousands of non profits also mentions that one in ten donors work for a matching gift company. Details of matching gift programs can be found on thousands of non profit websites. Check on American Cancer's matching gift page for donors .