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Workplace Giving

Workplace Giving is one of the easiest ways to give to the American Kidney Fund. You make one decision each year—how much you want to give. Then your employer handles all the paperwork through payroll deduction. Your gift is spread out in smaller, manageable amounts throughout the year. 

Just a few dollars per pay period from your paycheck can add up to significant help for a kidney patient . . . and you benefit from a charitable tax deduction at the end of the year.

Whether you are a federal or state employee, a member of the military, or work for a private company, you have many options for participating in Workplace Giving.

Combined Federal Campaign - CFC #11404
State & Local Government Campaigns
Community Health Charities
United Way Donor Options
Corporate Giving Campaigns

By designating a small portion of your paycheck as an automatic gift to the American Kidney Fund, over the course of a year you can make a huge difference in the life of someone who is living with kidney disease. For example:

If you give this amount per week 

Over the course of one year, your gift has the power to:

 $2

 Buy nutritional supplements to help nourish a child or frail adult on dialysis

 $4

 Buy a two-week supply of medicine for dialysis patients

 $10

 Help with airfare for kidney donors or transplant recipients to fly to distant transplant locations

 
If your company doesn't have a Workplace Giving program, click here to learn how we can help you start a program, or email Fiona Lawlessor call 800-638-8299 ext. 6635.

Want to do more? Become a Workplace Ambassador.

Being a Workplace Ambassador is one of the easiest ways to get involved and help make sure that AKF benefits from your Workplace Giving Campaign. This is your opportunity to tell others about the work of AKF, to share facts about kidney health, and be a leader in helping reduce kidney disease among the general public. To learn more about becoming a Workplace Ambassador, call 800.638.8299 ext. 6635.aaa

Workplace Giving Options

Combined Federal Campaign - CFC #11404 

The CFC raises millions of dollars annually for participating charities. If you are a federal, U.S. military or U.S. postal employee, you can direct your charitable gift to the American Kidney Fund by writing #11404 on your CFC pledge form.

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State and Local Government Campaigns

Many state and local governments have annual campaigns through which employees can designate the American Kidney Fund as their charity of choice. Contact the human resources department where you work to find out how you can participate in your employer's charity campaign.

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Community Health Charities 

  

The American Kidney Fund is a member of the Community Health Charities Federation, the largest workplace giving campaign devoted to health. The Federation raises funds for more than 40 health charities through the CFC and corporate partnerships. Click here to learn more, or call 800.645.0845

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United Way Donor Options

To contribute through United Way, simply fill in the "donor option" line on your pledge form with:
American Kidney Fund, 11921 Rockville Pike, Suite 300, Rockville, MD 20852

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Corporate Giving Campaigns

Many companies—large and small, public and private—offer Workplace Giving Campaigns. You can always designate the American Kidney Fund as your charity of choice. Check with the Human Resources department where you work to learn more about your employer's Corporate Giving Campaign.

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