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Workplace Giving

Workplace giving campaigns offer a convenient way to make payroll deduction contributions to The NRA Foundation. Workplace giving campaigns include the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC); State, City, and Local Government campaigns; Matching Gift Campaigns; The United Way Campaign; and other workplace giving programs.

Combined Federal Campaign (CFC #11872)

The Combined Federal Campaign is the only authorized solicitor of employee contributions in the federal workplace. The NRA Foundation is considered a National Unaffiliated Organization, and can be found in that section of the CFC booklet.

State, City and Local Government Employee Campaigns

Employees of these agencies may also contribute to The NRA Foundation at their workplace if the Foundation meets the agency's eligibility criteria. Specifically designating the Foundation in campaigns where eligibility has not yet been determined is often the catalyst for the Foundation becoming eligible.

Other Workplace Giving Campaigns

Many non-governmental employers offer their employees workplace giving in lieu of participating in community-based campaigns such as the United Way. Check with your personnel office to see if the Foundation is eligible in your Workplace Giving Campaign.

Matching Gifts

Many corporations will match their employees gifts to charitable organizations, effectively doubling or tripling your charitable contribution. Donors should check with their personnel office and follow directions to initiate a match. To check if your company offers this benefit, contact The NRA Foundation at 888-467-2363, or via e-mail at donorpgrms@nrahq.org.



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