As December quickly rounds the corner, we are preparing to say goodbye to 2020 (finally!). Even though the year is coming to a close, there’s still plenty of time to make a difference in the lives of animals in need. Workplace Giving is a simple and efficient way to help us rescue, protect and care for those who need us most and create a better life for our furry friends.
Are you a federal employee or retiree?
Federal employees can participate in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) and commit to giving animals a fresh start in 2021! Just designate your contribution to the ASPCA, CFC ID #11645. Visit the CFC giving portal today to make your gift to help innocent animals. The campaign closes on January 15, so don’t wait to help vulnerable animals!
Does your workplace participate in a United Way campaign?
If so, you can easily make a donation to support animals today. Simply designate your pledge to the ASPCA through United Way’s Donor Choice Program. Contact your human resources department or local United Way agency for more detailed instructions to donate through a United Way campaign.
What are the benefits of signing up?
This type of giving is an excellent way to build morale at work and develop a corporate culture of giving. Your gift may be tax deductible and many employers will offer a matching gift when people sign up for Workplace Giving—that’s double the impact for animals in need. Plus, since your gift is deducted automatically, the process is effortless!
Are there other ways to give back?
Of course! You can start a campaign to raise funds for animals in need with Team ASPCA or you can create your own Facebook® Fundraiser. These are both fun, simple ways to engage employees, co-workers and the rest of your social media followers! You can also ask other people in your workplace to share the campaign with their friends and family, too.
You can contact [email protected] for more information and with any questions you may have. This past year has been hard on everyone, so consider ending 2020 by making a difference in the lives of vulnerable animals. Help give them brighter futures and a Happy New Year!