A workplace giving campaign is an employer-sponsored program that offers employees the opportunity to donate through payroll deduction. CureSearch participates in many workplace giving campaigns and we can customize a program that fits your organization.
Set Up Your Workplace Giving Campaign
Workplace Giving provides a powerful incentive for the business and its employees to come together to help save children’s lives through funding childhood cancer research. It sends employees a clear message that your company is invested in children and your community.
How You Can Help:
- Check with your employer to ask if CureSearch can be included in your Workplace Giving Campaign
- Ask your employer if CureSearch can be the “Featured Charity” in the campaign kick-off event
- Encourage your co-workers to support CureSearch
CureSearch can support your workplace campaign with:
- Brochures to help your colleagues understand why research is the key to curing childhood cancer
- Stories from families affected by childhood cancer for your campaign materials
If your employer does not have a Workplace Giving Campaign or offer employee payroll deduction for charitable giving, ask your Human Resources Department if they would be interested in offering this benefit to their employees.
America’s Charities and the CFC
CureSearch is a member of America’s Charities – Children’s First and is listed as CFC # 10701 Cancer Research for Children — CureSearch. America’s Charities is CureSearch’s partner in the workplace with inclusion in hundreds of state and local government and corporate employee campaigns. Our Tax ID/EIN is 95-4132414.
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) runs each year from September 1 – December 15 and provides federal employees a vehicle to consolidate their support for charities across the country.
Designate CFC # 10701 on your donation form or look for us in the Children’s First – America’s Charities Federation Section in your CFC Catalog of Caring as: CureSearch (Cancer research for children).
Many United Way campaigns include CureSearch as a donor option. If not, many offer a donor option write-in process. CureSearch is listed under the name Cancer Research for Children (National Childhood Cancer Foundation). Please write in the complete name – no abbreviations: CureSearch NCCF, Tax ID/EIN 95-4132414.
United Way campaigns vary in their processes and in rules governing the distribution of donations within each local or regional campaign. Check with your Human Resource department for clarification.
To learn more about workplace giving, please contact Kelli Wright, National Director of Strategic Partnerships, at (240) 235-2217 or Kelli.Wright@CureSearch.org.