Hundreds of corporations today offer an employee match program that will double or even triple your donation to the National Wildlife Federation. Check with your company today to see if it offers a matching gift program to its employees and retirees and help protect the wildlife and wild places we all love.
Ask your employer for a Matching Gift form, fill out the portion relevant to you, and mail it in to the National Wildlife Federation with your donation. If you have already made a donation, mail in the matching gift form, remembering to specify the amount of your previous donation.
Matching Gift Coordinator
National Wildlife Federation
11100 Wildlife Center Drive
Reston, VA 20190
Most companies will offer an online matching gifts process that saves you time and paper. Talk to your company’s employee giving representative and let them know you have made a contribution to the National Wildlife Federation that you would like matched, and they will take care of the rest. Some companies may even offer a payroll deduction plan so that you can confidently say you have made a recurring commitment to protect wildlife.
Some companies may require a copy of the National Wildlife Federation’s 501(c)(3) IRS letter or tax identification number, both of which are available upon request.
You can direct those requests and all other questions about the National Wildlife Federation’s corporate matching gift program to MatchingGifts@nwf.org.
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