Workplace giving is a simple and effective way for employees to support the Alzheimer’s Association mission. Your gift helps fund vital research, programs and services. No matter how small your contribution, your dollars add up to make a difference in the fight against Alzheimer’s.
Corporate Giving Campaigns
Support the Alzheimer’s Association through your company’s annual corporate giving campaign. It is a convenient way to give your contribution through regular payroll deductions.
Community Health Charities and the Combined Federal Campaign
The Alzheimer’s Association is a member of the Community Health Charities federation, the largest workplace giving campaign devoted to health. If your employer participates in Community Health Charities campaigns, designate your contribution to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Federal employees can donate to the Alzheimer’s Association through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Designate your contribution to the Alzheimer’s Association, CFC ID # 11234.
Does your workplace participate in a United Way campaign? Then you can designate your pledge to the Alzheimer’s Association through United Way’s Donor Choice Program. Simply follow the instructions on your pledge card, or write-in our name and address. Contact your human resources department or local United Way agency for more detailed instructions about giving a gift to us through a United Way campaign.
Many companies have matching gift programs that will double or even triple charitable contributions made by their employees. Find out if your company will match gifts to the Alzheimer's Association.
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You can also ask your human resources department for a matching gift form and mail it to the address below.
225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17
Chicago, IL 60601
When you volunteer at a local Alzheimer’s Association, your company may make a financial contribution on behalf of the time you spend helping us. This is called a volunteer grants program, and you could earn $100 to $500 in grants for the Alzheimer’s Association. To get more details and get started, contact your human resources department and your local Alzheimer’s Association.
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