Double the Donation partners with nonprofits to help them increase their fundraising revenue from employee matching gifts and volunteer grant awards.
To help nonprofits get started, we’ve created a short list of some of the top companies with matching gifts in major metropolitan areas. Tapping into these unique sources of funding can double an organization’s donations overnight.
Dallas Matching Gift Companies
Dallas is the 3rd largest city in the state of Texas and a large commerce center. In addition to the major oil companies, many other publicly traded companies call Dallas home. Learning more about these companies and their employee gift giving programs is a vital first step in increasing fundraising revenue.
The following list contains some of the many companies in Dallas area that offering employee matching gift programs.
AT&T is the largest provider of mobile and fixed telephone systems in the United States. As of 2022, it is the fourteenth-largest company in the U.S. by total revenue.
While AT&T doesn’t offer an official “matching gift program,” the company supports the organizations which employees are passionate about through its Cause Cards program.
Cause Cards are grants from the AT&T Foundation given to eligible charities recommended by employees. All employees that participate in the annual Employee Giving Campaign will be eligible to receive a Cause Card.
Employee pledges will be eligible for a Cause Card on a sliding scale based on a percentage of total giving. These Cause Cards are expected to range from $25 – $250. Once employees make a recommendation for an eligible charity to receive a Cause Card, they are notified of the value of the grant and the deadline by which they need to redeem it.
Charles Schwab is a San Francisco based company that works hard to make a positive impact on the communities in which it’s employees live and work. Last year, Charles Schwab employees volunteered over 30,000 hours to hundreds of nonprofit organizations.
The company matches employee donations as small as $25 and as large as $1,000 at a 1:1 ratio.
Charles Schwab will also give group volunteer grants of up to $1,000.
ExxonMobil will match up to $7,500 to educational institutions at a 3:1 rate (meaning up to $22,500 in a company contribution) and up to $2,000 to other nonprofit organizations for each employee.
JP Morgan Chase
JPMorgan will donate up to $3,000 in volunteer grants, in addition to matching gifts up to $1,000 to most types of nonprofits.
Raytheon will match up to $5,000 a year for donations made to educational institutions.
TI will match gifts made to educational, arts, and cultural institutions. They match a maximum of $10,000 per employee.