Support JDRF Through Workplace Giving
JDRF welcomes gifts through workplace giving campaigns, including the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), employee matching gift programs and other special fundraising drives.
If you are a government, state, or local employee, if you participate in the United Way (donor choice) campaigns, or if your company conducts its own annual workplace giving drive, then designating JDRF to receive your workplace contributions is another important way to help support JDRF’s mission: to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research.
- U.S. Military
- U.S. Postal Service
If you are a government employee, you can support JDRF through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), which runs annually, September 1st – December 15th. JDRF is a CFC participant through the Community Health Charities federation. Use our national CFC code number– 10569 — to designate JDRF as your payroll deduction beneficiary. If you would like to donate to a JDRF Chapter in your local area, please e-mail Veronica Rose for assistance.
JDRF is a proud member of Community Health Charities (CHC). Many corporations partner with CHC, to enable their employees the opportunity to support our mission by contribution to us through their internal payroll deduction campaigns. To learn more about Community Health Charities, including how to create a workplace campaign at your organization, or how to include CHC in your existing workplace giving campaign, please call CHC at (800) 645-0845.
State and Local Employees:
- School (Board of Education)
Employees of these agencies may also contribute to JDRF at their workplace, Please contact your human resources department to find out more details about the campaign availability, timeframe and designation methods.
Many corporations will match their employees gifts to charitable organizations, effectively doubling or tripling your charitable contribution. Donors should check with their human resources office regarding their matching gifts program and follow directions to initiate a match.