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Companies for Cures is an easy and effective way for organizations and their employees to support Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund through the workplace. By participating in or hosting a workplace giving program for Dana-Farber, you advance our lifesaving mission and impact thousands of patients' lives.
Any company can create a workplace giving program, no matter the size of your organization. Every dollar truly makes a difference. For example, if 200 people from your company gave $2 a week for a year, you would generate $20,800 to fight cancer.
This program is a win-win-win for everyone involved:
Companies can participate all year round and can begin at any time. Typically, kick-off events begin in the fall, so staff can determine their pledge amounts at this time, and distributions begin in the new year.
Sign up today and help make a difference in the fight against cancer.
Contact: Erica LennonPhone: 617-632-4780Email: Erica_Lennon@dfci.harvard.edu
Dana-Farber will provide printed materials and paper pledge forms to your company's contact person. Our representatives are available to attend or facilitate campaign events, give short presentations at employee meetings, and/or answer any questions your employees may have.
Generally, employees choose a fixed amount to be deducted on each payday, but a one-time gift is also an option. The gift is sent directly by the employer to Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis.
Steps to creating your own workplace giving program:
For more information:Contact: Erica LennonPhone: 617-632-4780Email: Erica_Lennon@dfci.harvard.edu
Your employees can designate Dana-Farber as the recipient in a number of other workplace giving programs. See the list of programs below to learn how.
The United Way allows employees to direct their gifts to hundreds of worthwhile charities, including Dana-Farber. Use Dana-Farber's designation number, M331925, or write in your designation directly to "Dana-Farber Cancer Institute." To find out if your company conducts a workplace giving campaign through the United Way, contact your human resources department.
Federal employees, including those serving in the armed forces, can give to Dana-Farber through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Dana-Farber's designation number is 10080. Look for more information in your CFC Handbook or contact your human resources department.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employee Charitable Campaign (COMECC) program allows Massachusetts state employees to give to charities of their choice. Dana-Farber's designation number is 314388. Look for more information in your COMECC brochure or contact your human resources department.
The City of Boston Employee Campaign (COBEC) program allows Boston city employees to give to charities of their choice. Look for more information in your COBEC brochure or contact your human resources department.
If you have made a gift directly to Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund, you may be able to double or even triple the value of your gift. Many companies will match charitable gifts made by their employees to qualifying organizations.
Find out if your employer will match your gift to Dana-Farber
Designing a workplace giving campaign that fits your company's culture is a great way to increase morale and bring your employees closer together. Below are several recommended steps to create a successful workplace giving campaign: