As with most charitable giving, matched employee donations are often deductible for up to 10% of the company’s taxable annual income. However, since most state and federal laws on charitable contributions change, you should always consult your company’s legal counsel and tax professionals to decide if possible business tax deductions apply to your matching gifts program.
If your company already has a matching gift program in place, great! Just make sure your employees know about it! According to Great Nonprofits, more than $10 billion in employer matching dollars is left on the table annually. This is primarily a result of little-to-no awareness of the program among corporate employees. If they don’t know it’s there, they won’t ask for it! We make this easier for our corporate clients by notifying employees directly from campaign sites that their company provides a match and exactly how much that entails. Companies can also use internal communication tools, such as newsletters, brochures, intranets and meetings to communicate the program’s existence. Regardless of the method, make sure the matching program is highly visible and easily accessible for employees.
Leave a legacy to help Unified Missions Foundation make the long-term, systemic changes necessary to end human trafficking. Here are a few ways to make a planned gift:
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Legal Name: Unified Missions Foundation
Address: P.O. Box 2128 Euless, TX 76039
Phone: (682) 498 - 2823