Support Food & Water Watch through your employer’s
matching gift program and more.
What is Workplace Giving?
Workplace giving is an easy, convenient way to make regular contributions to Food & Water Watch. In some cases, your gift will be matched by your employer.
Many employers encourage their employees to make charitable contributions by matching gifts made to qualified 501(c)(3) organizations. Your gift to Food & Water Watch will be doubled when you participate in one of these programs. Reach out to your HR department to learn more.
When you send us your donation, simply include your company’s matching gift form and we’ll then confirm the gift with your workplace. If you’ve already made a donation and learned that your company does offer to match, you can send us the form and we’ll verify with your employer.
Our Federal ID (EIN): 32-0160439
Workplace Giving Campaigns
Combined Federal Campaign/United Way
The Combined Federal Campaign is the largest workplace giving campaign in the world. The CFC is a great opportunity for federal employees to make a difference. Simply designate Food & Water Watch for your Combined Federal Campaign contribution.
Look for CFC number: 17460
Many workplaces beyond the federal government have workplace giving campaigns through the United Way. Look for Food & Water Watch or EarthShare (see below) to designate annual support through these campaigns at your workplace.
Food & Water Watch is a member of EarthShare, a nationwide network of America’s leading non-profit environmental and conservation organizations that works to promote environmental education and charitable contributions through workplace giving campaigns. EarthShare provides environmentally conscious employees and workplaces with the opportunity to support hundreds of environmental groups through a charitable giving drive. Employees who contribute to EarthShare can specify that their entire contribution benefits Food & Water Watch.
Alternatively, you can give a general contribution to EarthShare and your donation will be divided among the environmental groups EarthShare benefits.