Did you know that lots of companies like to encourage generosity and helping others? Many employers have matching gift programs where they match the donations their employees make to charities. Some companies will even match donations from spouses and retired workers, too.
Did you know that for less than the price of a latte, $2.25, a student can be trained in our lifesaving programs? And we offer our programs at no-cost to schools across the country, thanks to the generous support of people like you. As a tax-deductible charity, the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation (EIN: 46-1657101) is often eligible for matching gifts. Read on to find out how your generosity can go even further.
How Do You Ask Your Company to Match Donations?
All you have to do is fill out this brief form and your gift may be matched by your employer. Then, your donation could be doubled, or even tripled! Every little bit helps us protect children from school shootings and violence all across the country.
To find out if your workplace matches gifts, just type the name of their company into our easy-to-use form.
Where Can You Mail Your Matching Gift Request?
If you prefer to request a match for your generous donation, you can ask your employer for the form. Then you can fill it out and mail it to our helpful matching gift volunteer, Jeff Kinnard. Here is the address:
Sandy Hook Promise Foundation
Attn: Matching Gifts
PO Box 3489
Newtown, CT 06470
If you can’t find your company or organization, don’t worry! Just ask someone in your office, such as Human Resources or your organization’s foundation or social responsibility team. And if you want to know more about how it all works, you can contact us online.