Employee Giving at Project HOPE
Make your gift to Project HOPE more impactful with a matching gift from your employer.
From our fast-acting emergency responses to our sustainable global health programming, Project HOPE’s work touches lives in the United States and around the world. In 2020 alone, Project HOPE trained over 116,000 health workers around the world to respond to COVID-19, expanded our DREAMS program in Namibia to support more young girls affected by HIV, and launched an emergency response to the explosion in Beirut, Lebanon.
One of the simplest ways to support Project HOPE’s lifesaving work is to give a gift through your company’s employee giving campaign. Employers often match — or even double or triple — your donations to charitable organizations.
Information for Employees
Private Sector Employees
Many U.S. employers match more than just cash gifts: volunteer time, stocks, and marketable securities are often eligible for matches as well. Even if you’re retired, you may still be eligible to participate in your former employer’s program.
Use our quick search tool below to find out the specifics or your employer’s matching gift program, then follow the instructions to designate your gift to Project HOPE.
Most gifts and their matches can be sent electronically through your employer. However, if you prefer to donate through the mail, please send your Employer Matching Gift forms to:
1220 19th St, NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036
Don’t see Project HOPE as a charity option on your employer’s site? If Project HOPE is not already a preferred partner, please reach out to your Corporate Social Responsibility or Human Resource team and ask them to consider adding us. Most companies want their charity options to reflect the interests of employees and are more than happy to add additional charities.
Federal Employees and Veterans
Project HOPE is an active participant in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Since our origins in 1958 as the People-to-People Health Foundation established by President Eisenhower, federal workers and veterans have played a vital role in Project HOPE’s work to strengthen health systems across the world.
Government employees can donate to Project HOPE by searching for our CFC number, #11115, on the Combined Federal Campaign giving portal. Now retirees also have the ability to continue their support to Project HOPE through the CFC! Look out for us and chat with our staff at charity fairs in the D.C. area each fall to learn more about Project HOPE’s work, or ask your CFC representative to get in touch with our staff to schedule an in-person or virtual presentation at your bureau.
If you have additional questions about Project HOPE and our employee giving opportunities, please reach out to our employee giving coordinator, Taylor Robertshaw, at [email protected].
Information for Employers
Are you an employer looking for information on how to start an employee giving campaign with Project HOPE? Project HOPE conducts employee giving campaigns to support our core mission and global programming, as well as for specific causes such as disasters or humanitarian crises.
Benefits of Starting a Workplace Giving Campaign with Project HOPE
- Increase employee morale: Show your employees that you care about a cause that creates real impact and puts its beneficiaries first.
- Demonstrate your commitment to give back: Company-supported employee giving campaigns show that community leadership and charitable giving are priorities for your company.
- A personalized touch: Formal employee giving partners receive regular program updates and photos to show our gratitude for your partnership.
- Be the first to know about future programs: Project HOPE employee giving partners are the first to know about opportunities for future partnerships and single-cause campaigns such as emergency responses and humanitarian crises.
- Rapid emergency response: Project HOPE activates and responds quickly to disasters ensuring that your corporation is among the first cohort of companies to support a community in crisis.
- Partnership feature: Formal workplace giving partners’ logos are highlighted on Project HOPE’s website and are often featured in web stories and social media posts.
To become an employee giving partner with Project HOPE, please reach out to our corporate and foundation partnerships coordinator, Taylor Robertshaw, at [email protected].