Supporting the National Wildlife Federation has never been easier, especially when you give to the National Wildlife Federation through workplace programs like EarthShare (including the Combined Federal Campaign and the United Way Campaign) and employee matching gifts. More than ever, rewarding employees’ charitable giving is becoming a fixture in employee benefits packages.
EarthShare manages workplace giving campaigns for environmental and conservation charities through automatic deductions. Find out if your employer has a workplace giving campaign that includes EarthShare. EarthShare giving can also be done through the Combined Federal Campaign, United Way Campaigns, and campaigns hosted by private companies and state and city governments. Contact your local United Way to see if EarthShare is on their charity list. You can make your contribution to the National Wildlife Federation by designating #10622 through EarthShare.
To find out more about how you and your workplace can support the National Wildlife Federation through an EarthShare campaign, please call the National Wildlife Federation at 1-800-332-4949 or visit EarthShare’s website at www.earthshare.org.
The CFC is the nation’s largest workplace giving campaign, supported by federal employees and the U.S. military. To give to the National Wildlife Federation through the CFC, please enter CFC code #10622 on your pledge card.
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