What is a workplace giving campaign?
Workplace giving is a means by which employees donate to the charities they care about, primarily through payroll pledges. Once a year, donors decide which issues are most important to them and contribute a few dollars per paycheck. It's that easy. Donations through workplace giving enable The Fuller Center to spend less time fundraising and more time working on houses!
How does a Fuller Center workplace giving campaign work?
Employees are presented with charitable giving options, typically once a year, and they may then pledge any amount they wish to be automatically sent to the charities of their choice. It’s that easy. Our experienced staff will:
- Assist your workplace with launching a new campaign or adding The Fuller Center to an existing one
- Provide brochures, an introductory video about The Fuller Center and other other elements to help your fundraising campaign
- Supply graphics and other elements for an online campaign
Raising funds through payroll contributions in workplace giving campaigns is many times cheaper than direct mail campaigns. With lower fundraising costs, more money can go directly to programs and services
Will the company I work for match my donation?
If you work for a sizable company, chances are good that your employer will match your donation to The Fuller Center for Housing. Ask your HR manager for more information. If you are an owner or manager of a business, consider challenging your employees to participate in a workplace giving campaign to build and repair Fuller Center houses.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.