Employee Giving and Matching Gifts

Employee giving programs, whether through United Way, Employer Contribution Funds or another program at your place of employment, provides an easy way to make a gift to help and have it deducted from your paycheque.

One type of employee giving is a Matching Gift program. Many companies have a matching gift program that matches either financial gifts or volunteer hours. Often all you have to do is ask. Simply contact your Human Resources (HR) department for information on your organization's program, and express your desire for them to inform Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada of the gift with your name and address.

This special way of giving makes an important contribution to funding brain tumour research as well as providing essential support and information services for brain tumour patients like Brain Tumour Handbooks.

Thank you to the following organizations who supported Employee Giving in 2016:

  • Alliance Data
  • AstraZeneca Canada Inc.
  • Benevity, Inc.
  • EnCana Corporation
  • Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited
  • FS Financial Strategies Inc.
  • GAP Foundation Gift Match Program
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • KPMG
  • Labatt Brewing Company Limited
  • Macquarie Group Foundation
  • Nexen Energy ULC
  • Plains Midstream Canada ULC
  • RBC Foundation
  • Royal Bank of Canada
  • Salesforce.org
  • Sun Life Financial
  • TD Bank Group
  • TELUS Corporation
  • Thomson Reuters
  • TransCanada PipeLines Ltd
  • Vancouver Foundation

For further information about employee giving, please call:

1-800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755

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