Workplace giving helps you transfer some of your energy at the office into your passion for YSC’s mission. To encourage charitable giving, many companies let you automatically deduct contributions from your paycheck. Ask your HR department about the workplace giving program at your company—and help make every other Friday a banner day for the women of YSC.
Worthy Goals, Good Company: Matching Gifts
You can multiply your support for YSC’s mission without making extra demands on your wallet: Many companies encourage charitable contributions by matching employee gifts. Some donate two, three or even five dollars for every $1 you give.
Ask your HR department about the program at your company, request a matching gift form—and help your business join YSC’s community. You might also be eligible for matching gifts as a retired employee, the spouse of an employee—or the spouse, widow or widower of a retiree.
Please mail your matching-gift form to:
Young Survival Coalition
Attn: Matching Gifts
80 Broad Street, Suite 1700
New York, NY 10004
For more information contact us at 646.257.3000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
While checking into your company’s matching gifts policy, you might also mention our Corporate Partners program—and invite your business into our circle of support.
Government Workers: Make Deduction, Add Benefits
You may have another option for supporting YSC at work: Thousands of individuals can designate us as the beneficiary of their payroll-deduction contributions. All federal, state and municipal employees, as well as many employees in the private sector, can do this.
- Federal Employees: Those of you working for the federal government will find Young Survival Coalition listed as an option in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). You can find YSC in the alphabetical index or the federation index under CancerCURE of America, listed as "Breast Cancer in Young Women.” Our CFC number is 11518.
- Local Government: Through Independent Charities of America and Local Independent Charities, YSC also participates in several state-, county-, municipal- and university-employee campaigns.