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Matching Gifts

Double or even triple your donation to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation—
at no extra cost to you!

Multiply your tax-deductible support of the Chesapeake Bay through your employer's matching gift program. Thousands of companies match charitable contributions made by their employees—some corporations even match the donations of retired employees.

Does your company match your charitable gifts?

Ask your Human Resources department if they have a matching gift policy in place or search for your company below, then multiply your impact with a donation to CBF today!

Double your gift in just four easy steps:

 

1. DONATE

Make a donation and be sure to keep your receipt.

2. SEARCH

Enter your employer's name below to see if they have a matching gift program:

No luck? It's possible that your employer matches employee donations even if it's not listed here. Ask your Human Resources department to find out.

3. FILL OUT

Obtain a form from your Human Resources department.

4. SEND

Send your completed form to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and we'll handle the rest.

If your employer requires an Employer Identification Number (EIN) (i.e. Federal Tax Identification Number), please use 52-6065757.

Mail your completed gift form to:

Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Attn: Terri Gray
6 Herndon Avenue
Annapolis, MD  21403 

 

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