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Employer Matching Gifts

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Let Your Employer Double or Triple Your Impact

Many companies have a matching gift program for employees—and some companies also match gifts made by retirees and spouses. You give an amount and your company donates the same. All you have to do is ask.

100 percent of both donations directly fund the on-the-ground fieldwork and expeditions of the Society’s scientists and explorers, and our work to share their remarkable discoveries with the world.


How It Works
  1. Donate
    Make a donation and keep your receipt. Many corporate matching programs will give you up to one year after your donation to request a match.
     
  2. Search
    Search for your company using the form on the right. No results? You may still have a matching program. Contact your HR department to find out.
     
  3. Match
    There are two ways to submit the matching request:
  • Download your company's "Matching Gift Form" using the link provided in the search results. Print it, fill it out, and mail it to us:

National Geographic Society
Development Department
ATTN: Gift Processing
1145 17th St., NW
Washington, DC 20036

  • Or, in the search results, if your company provides a link to their intranet, log in and submit your request to your employer.

The National Geographic Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our federal tax identification number is 53-0193519.

Questions? Email givinginfo@ngs.org or call us toll-free at 844-300-2380 (U.S. and Canada only) between the hours of 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. EST.

 

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Photos: Bertie Gregory/National Geographic (Top image, otters); STEVE WINTER/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (TIGER AND CUB), JOEL SARTORE/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (BUTTERFLIES); Jim Harris (Explorer On Ice)



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The National Geographic Society
Development Office
1145 17th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
800-373-1717