Many companies have a Volunteer Hours Matching Program that will make donations to Childhood Cancer Foundation based on the number of hours you volunteer with our foundation. Companies such as Microsoft, Boeing and Amazon pay an hourly rate for your volunteer time. It’s easy for Childhood Cancer Foundation to benefit from these offerings. Simply submit your volunteer hours on your company’s employee volunteer site. A Childhood Cancer Foundation Staff Member will confirm these hours prior to payment from the company.
For example, Microsoft will donate $25/hour to our foundation when you volunteer with our organization. Please check with your Human Resources Department to confirm their participation in a Volunteer Matching Program.
If you have questions regarding these Programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Starbucks recognizes and supports partners’ individual contributions of volunteer time to qualified non-profit organizations. All Starbucks partners are eligible to request a $5 grant for each volunteer hour tracked in the Community Champion Portal.
Active Starbucks partners may request up to $1,000 per fiscal year (October 1—September 30) through the Starbucks Giving Match program, using any combination of volunteer hours and financial donations to qualified non-profit organizations. All requests are subject to review and approval. To be eligible, you must be an active partner when you contribute your time, as well as when the request is processed and paid.
For Current Starbucks Partners
To request a Starbucks Giving Match, log in to the Community Champion Portal with your Global Username.
See the U.S. Benefits Plan Description at mysbuxben.com for full program details.
The largest descendent of John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company, ExxonMobil is an American multinational oil company based in Texas. It was founded in 1999 and currently employs over 69,000 people.
ExxonMobil has multiple types of employee giving programs. The company offers a generous matching gift program by providing 3:1 matches to educational institutions and 1:1 matches to other eligible organizations.
For every 20 hours an employee volunteers, the company will provide a $500 grant to the nonprofit ($25 per hour volunteered.)
The company provides up to $2,000 in volunteer grants per employee each year.
Verizon is an American telecommunications conglomerate that is famous for its wireless communications and mass media subsidiaries, as well as its “Can you hear me now?” marketing campaign. It is headquartered in New York City and employs 155,000 people nationwide.
Through Verizon’s Volunteer Incentive Program (VIP), the company provides volunteer grants to organizations where employees volunteer on a regular basis. After employees volunteer for 50 hours in a year, the company provides a $750 grant to the organization ($15 per hour.)
The company also matches employee donations to schools up to $5,000 annually and $1,000 to all other 501(c)(3) organizations.
Employees can receive up to two volunteer grant awards of $750 each in a calendar year for two separate organizations or schools (total per employee per year is $1,500).
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