You Can Double or Triple Your Donation
Do you know if your employer has a matching gift program? These programs are a form of corporate philanthropy where businesses match the donations their employees make to charitable organizations. Some employers have programs that double or even triple charitable contributions made by employees. Contact your human resources department to find out if your employer sponsors a matching gift program or use the search bar below to see if your employer will match your donation.
How Matching Gifts Work
Brain Injury Association of America
P.O. Box 7416
Merrifield, VA 22116-7416
Tax ID Number: is 04-2716222.
Please allow up to two weeks for us to process your matching gift form and return it to the company for processing.
Tax receipts are provided for your personal gift only.
Workplace Giving Made Easy
Workplace giving is a simple and effective way for you to support the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA). Your payroll deduction through Community Health Charities, the Combined Federal Campaign, United Way, and matching gift opportunities through your employer will help fund BIAA’s vital programs and services. Read more about ways to give below or email us if you have specific questions.
Combined Federal Campaign
Federal employees can donate to BIAA through the Combined Federal Campaign. Designate your contribution to the Brain Injury Association of America, CFC ID #11839. To learn more about the CFC, click here.
State and Local Municipal Employees Campaigns
Similar to the Combined Federal Campaign, many state and local governments have workplace giving programs that allow their employees to make payroll contributions to charitable causes.
Every year, millions of employees get involved in workplace giving campaigns to support organizations that improve lives around the country. If your workplace participates in a United Way campaign, you can designate BIAA as your preferred organization. Use the United Way’s Donor Choice Program pledge form to make your donation. Contact your human resources department or your local United Way office for more information about giving through your workplace.