Want to double or triple your donations? Many employers match donations ($ and volunteer hours)! 

Over 65% of Fortune 500 companies offer employee matching gift programs. Do you work for one of these companies?
The International School PTSA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. We accept donations from individuals and corporations, and these donations are deductible. We are registered with Benevity which manages corporate matching for many companies including Microsoft.
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Do you work for one of these local companies?

The companies listed below have matching gift programs through which they make donations equal to the contributions of their employees. Sometimes they match contributions of spouses and retirees as well. If your company is listed here, please consider filling out a matching funds form at work today. Forms are available through corporate Human Resources or Personnel offices, and often available online. 

How to Obtain Matching


Boeing offers employees a 1:1 match for personal donations while retirees receive a 0.5:1 match.

Boeing's Matching Gift Submission Process: Donors should submit their matching gift requests electronically through Boeing's corporate giving site at https://www.cybergrants.com/pls/cybergrants/eg_login.login?x_gm_id=2757&x_pt_id=

Boeing’s Volunteer Grants: Boeing offers volunteer grants to recognize employees who volunteer with nonprofit organizations. The company provides a $250 grant for every 25 hours of volunteering (max $6,000)

Submission Deadline: Employees have until January 31st of the following year to submit volunteer grant requests.

Google offers multiple matching gift programs:

Matching of general personal donations to nonprofits: Up to $6K annually per employee

Google's Matching Gift Submission Process: Employees should sign in and register their matching gift requests electronically at https://login.corp.google.com/vendors/giftmatch.

Deadline: Matching gift requests must be submitted by January 31st of the year following the date of the donation.

Google provides grants to nonprofits where employees volunteer on a regular basis.

For every 5 hours of employee volunteering, Google will provide a $50 grant to the nonprofit.

Microsoft Corporation
Employees / donors can submit their matching gift requests electronically at https://microsoft.benevity.org/.

Deadline: Donors can submit match requests for donations made at any point in the last 12 months.

Microsoft provides grants to nonprofits where its employees volunteer on a regular basis.

Microsoft employees who volunteer can request a grant of $25 per every hour volunteered.

Wells Fargo
Employees can log their matching gift requests electronically at http://www.igivewf.com. If you have questions or need assistance, please call Wells Fargo employee donation assistance line at (888) 518-4438 for additional details.

Deadline: While Wells Fargo requests donations be submitted shortly after the date of the donation, the company matches donations made at any point in the last six months.

Wells Fargo provides grants to nonprofits where employees volunteer regularly.

There isn't a minimum number of hours required or a specific donation awarded, but Wells Fargo does award more than $500,000 annually in volunteer grants to nonprofits.

Submission Process: Employees should apply directly through the Wells Fargo Foundation.
The Intel Foundation will match donations made by employees and retirees of up to $10,000, at a rate of 50% of the donation (max $5,000 contribution from Intel per employee each year.)

Submission Process: Donors should submit their matching gift requests electronically at https://intel.benevity.org/ 

Intel Volunteer Match: After a minimum of 20 volunteer hours have been accrued by Intel employees, the Intel Foundation will donate $10 per volunteer hour.

Other companies known for Corporate Matching (If your employer is not listed here, please consider contacting your personnel office to see if they participate in Corporate Matching.)
This list is subject to change.
Allied Corporation Foundation
American Express
AMF Inc.

AT&T Foundation
Atlantic Richfield Foundation
Automatic Data Processing
Avon Products, Inc.
BankAmerica Foundation
Benjamin Franklin Savings & Loan
BF Goodrich
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
The Boeing Company
Borden, Inc.
BP North American Petroleum, Inc.
Brunswick Corporation
Butler Manufacturing Co.
Caterpillar Tractor Co.
Celanese Corporation
Chevron USA, Inc.
CIGNA Foundation
Circuit City Stores, Inc.
Citicorp & Citibank
Coca-Cola Co.
Community Mutual Blue Cross Blue Shield
Consolidated Foods Foundation
Contractors Bonding and Insurance  Co.
Coming Glass Works Foundation
Davis Wright Tremaine Jones
Deluxe Check Printers
Digital Equipment Corp.
Emhart Corp.
Enron Corp.
Equicor, Inc.
Equitable Life Assurance
Exxon Corporation
Federated Department Stores
The Field Corporation Fund
Fireman’s Fund Ins. Co.  Foundation
First Bank System Foundation
Foster Higgins

Fred S. James & Co., Inc.
GATX Corporation
Gulf & Western Industries
Gulf Oil Corporation
H&R Block, Inc.
Hoeschst Celanese Corporation
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Johnson & Higgins
Johnson Controls Foundation
JPMorgan Chase
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
The New York Times Co.
Pella Corporation
Pennwalt Foundation
PPG Industries, Inc.
Pepsico Foundation
Premark International, Inc.
Reader’s Digest Foundation
Rexnord, Inc.
SAFECO Corporation
The Saint Paul Companies
Sara Lee Foundation
Scott Paper Company Foundation
Seafirst Bank
The Seattle Times
Shearson Lehman
Shell Oil Companies Foundation
Skinner Corporation
Squibb Corporation
Standard Oil Co.
Sullivan Payne Company
Sundstrand Corporation
Tandy Corporation
Tektronix, Inc.
Texaco, Inc.
Texas Instruments
Time Warner Inc.
Traveler’s Insurance Companies
U.S. Bank
U.S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co.
Union Pacific Foundation
United Parcel Service Foundation
Washington Mutual Savings Bank
Washington Post Co.
Wells Fargo
Westinghouse Electric
Wright Runstad & Co.
Xerox Corporation