Many workplaces coordinate charitable campaigns for their employees in the fall. If you are not familiar with your company’s workplace giving program, contact your human resources department. Some companies have an online system to make and track employees' charitable donations and to match them. Some use paper forms. Regardless of the method, you can designate Fortunate Pooches and Lab Rescue along with the FPALR tax ID (20-0351812) and our address (P.O. Box 1296; Palatine, IL 60078).
Fortunate Pooches and Lab Rescue is listed in the Guidestar directory, which is the primary source of information on not-for-profit organizations. GuideStar provides information on the programs and finances of more than 1.8 million IRS-recognized nonprofits.
Workplace giving programs allow employees to make regular donations to eligible charities by having a specified amount deducted from their paycheck each pay period or by making a one-time or annual gift via a payroll deduction. Your gift is automatically deducted from your paycheck, offering both a convenient, automated way of support the FPALR mission. Make an even greater impact by yearound, sustained giving.
Credit for Volunteering
Donating your time and talents to a charitable organization burnishes your company's standing in the community and earns you recognition as at team player and an employee who goes the extra mile. Many companies reward their employees for the volunteer hours they dedicate to a not-for-profit organization, and the service hours you put in could also benefit Fortunate Pooches and Lab Rescue, since many companies award grants to the not-for-profit organizations for which their employees volunteer. Check into the volunteer reward program that your company has. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding setting up corporate volunteer opportunities.
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