Employer Gift Match
Double your donation with your corporate matching opportunity! To see if your employer participates, please search the employer name when making a donation online. Be sure to enter your employer's name during the donation process for automated tracking of your matching gift.
What Is It?
Many companies want to support the causes that are important to their employees. So, these companies set up charitable giving programs through which they match employee donations to eligible 501(c)(3) organizations (nonprofits). Some employers’ donations are equal to the amount given by the employee, while other employers offer a variety of matching amounts. These donations are tax-deductible.
Volunteer grants are another form of gift matching. Some companies offer monetary donations to match the employees’ volunteer work. In these cases, companies will donate a certain amount of dollars per hour or a certain amount of dollars after many hours to the nonprofit organization. You don’t have to volunteer at the same organization where the money is donated.
Contact your Human Resources department to learn about your company's matching gift program.
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Generosity comes in many forms
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Convert your gift to a monthly subscription of hope! Choose to create a monthly gift to the Foundation and spread the love to the brain tumor community all year! Visit the General Donation page now to create your monthly gift.
Give the Gift of Securities (stock, mutual funds, etc)
The Foundation accepts gifts of stocks, mutual funds and other securities. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information on how to set up the securities transfer. This option may offer significant tax advantages, please consult your tax professional.
Include the SBTF in your estate planning
An estate gift is a charitable donation that comes from assets left behind upon your passing. You can set up an estate gift by naming the SBTF in your will, establishing a revocable trust, or designating the SBTF as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy, IRA or other financial vehicle, or proceeds from the sale of real property.
Before making an estate planned gift, please consult with your tax, financial and legal advisors. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your estate gift.