Fiction vs Fact

Fiction

I can only choose to give to charities the company designates in the system.
 

My money doesn’t get distributed to my charity in a timely manner.

The process for signing up is very complicated, and it takes too long to find and to enroll.

Since I can only afford to give a small contribution, it probably will not make a difference to any charity.
 

I don’t know where my money goes.

 

I can’t track how much money I have given throughout the year or for tax purposes.
 

If I give through the company, I have to pay administrative fees.
 

I can't give anonymously.
 

I only give one or two times per year, so I don’t qualify for this program.

I can’t designate my contribution to a specific fund or event.
 

I want to help but don’t know what charity to give to.
 

I can’t give to my child’s school/PTA through payroll deduction.

It’s much easier to write a check to my charity.
 

Fact

You can select to give to any public charity of your choice, most public charities are listed in the platform so there is no need to request that your favorite charity be added to the database.

Contributions are distributed on a quarterly basis.

Signing up is easy! Click here to go to the Employee Giving Platform.

When you add your contributions to that of others, it adds up. Every dollar matters and every dollar makes a big difference to those in need!

One hundred percent of your contribution goes to the charity you choose.
 

Your year-to-date contributions are always listed on your paystub. At the end of the year, you’ll have all the information you need for your taxes.

One hundred percent of your contribution goes to the charity you choose. All administrative fees are paid by the company.

When you make your contribution, you may select to give anonymously.

You can choose to give a one-time contribution as many times as you like.

When you make a contribution, you can designate your gift to a specific event or fund.

You can give to your local employee council and they select local charities to provide grants to.

You can give to your child’s PTA through payroll deduction.

Your contribution comes out of your paycheck automatically, so you don’t have to do anything!