Check with your Human Resources or Corporate Responsibility team to see how you can participate in payroll deductions. Depending on who your employer partners with, you can use one of the Campaign IDs listed below.
- Community Shares of Colorado or Partnership for Colorado : #1021
- Colorado Combined Campaign: #1821
- Denver Employees' Combined Campaign: #0521
- Combined Federal Campaign: #28056
- Mile High United Way: #0636
Workplace Giving is how employees partner with their employers and coworkers to make a lasting impact in the community. Most programs are offered to full-time employees, part-time employees, and retirees. Please visit the areas below to see how you can start making a difference through your workplace.
If your employer doesn't offer one of the workplace giving options below, check with your Human Resources department to see if they could start one!
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Common Workplace Giving Options
Employer Matching Gifts
Most employers offer a dollar-for-dollar match when you donate, enabling you to DOUBLE the impact of your donation.
Volunteer grants are given in recognition of volunteer work being done by a company's employees (individuals and corporate groups).
Employer Advised Funds
Some companies have funds set aside for their employees to direct toward cahritable organizations like the Mission.
Many employers offer payroll deductions to foster a culture of philanthropy and caring.
Join with your coworkers to make a difference by hosting goods or fundraising drives.
Learn more about becoming a corporate partner or sponsoring an event.
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The process for many of the items listed above starts with learning more about what your employer offers. Use the search tool below to find your employer and confirm if they have a workplace giving program. If you do not find your employer in the search results, contact your HR department to find out if your employer can start one.