I will give: Your financial gifts support our programs and services to help people achieve independence.
Do you know that you might be eligible to multiply the impact of your gift to Goodwill through your company’s matching gift program?
More than 1,000 companies offer matching gift programs and many provide this benefit to spouses or partners, as well as to retired employees. Your gift to Goodwill can be matched at 50%, 100% or possibly even 200% or more, depending on your company’s policy. Most corporate matching gifts are unrestricted and can provide a way for donors to substantially magnify the impact of their own gifts.
Check with the human resources office at your company to see if the company has a matching gift program. If so, your company may ask you to complete a form to request the matching gift, although many companies have now begun to ask their employees to complete the matching gift request form online.
Upon completion of the matching gift request, Goodwill—either using the form you sent us in the mail, or the online confirmation form—verifies receipt of your gift, at which point the company will begin the process of generating its corporate matching gift.
Your company’s matching gift will help Goodwill, and significantly enhance the value of your own contribution! Thank you for taking time to multiply the power of your gift!
Completed matching gift forms can be mailed to Goodwill:
Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
Department of Development and External Affairs
1010 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02119
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Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries collaborates with hundreds of employers to promote and facilitate the hiring of individuals facing barriers to employment. These collaborations bring trained, dedicated employees to the workforce, and help people achieve independence and dignity.
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