Information for employers and employees
What is Workplace Giving?
Workplace giving allows employees to donate to their favorite charities through the convenience of payroll contributions. Employees fill out a pledge form specifying the charities they want to support and the amount they want to contribute each pay period.
Which Employers Offer Workplace Giving?
The federal government conducts the world’s largest workplace giving campaign — the Combined Federal Campaign, or CFC. Workplace giving campaigns are also held by most state, county and city governments throughout the United States, as well as by many employers in both the public and private sectors.
Feed The Children participates in most workplace giving campaigns as a member of America's Charities. This is a federation of some of the nation’s most well-known and respected charities. Membership in America’s Charities gives Feed The Children the opportunity to reach more employees in workplaces across the country each year.
Benefits for Employers
When employers show they care about the causes that matter to their employees, the entire workplace is likely to benefit from improved employee morale, loyalty and engagement. Conducting a workplace giving campaign also helps improve a company’s image by publicly demonstrating its commitment to philanthropy.
Benefits for Employees
Payroll contributions are an easy way to streamline charitable donations. Employees decide once each year which charities they want to support, and the payroll department takes care of the rest. Contributions made to Feed The Children through workplace giving campaigns are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Federal employees and U.S. military personnel, find out how you can contribute to Feed The Children through your workplace »
Bring Feed The Children to Your Workplace
Feed The Children representatives are available to attend workplace campaign events such as charity fairs and speaking engagements. We can also provide promotional materials and giveaway items to be used during campaign enrollment periods.