Workplace giving campaigns offer a convenient way to make payroll deduction contributions to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Workplace giving campaigns include the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC); state, city, and local government campaigns; matching gift campaigns; United Way Campaigns; and other Workplace Giving programs.
Combined Federal Campaign (CFC #10352)
The Combined Federal Campaign is the only authorized solicitor of employee contributions in the federal workplace.
State, City and Local Government Employee Campaigns
Employees of these agencies may also contribute to the Southern Poverty Law Center at their workplace if the SPLC meets the agency's eligibility criteria.
Employer Matching Gifts
Companies and Employees can support Southern Poverty Law Center.
Many corporations will match tax-deductible, charitable contributions made by their employees, spouses, retirees, and board members – effectively doubling or even tripling your charitable contribution.
Find out if your company matches donations to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
United Way Workplace Campaigns
Southern Poverty Law Center participates in several national United Way workplace campaigns, including the United Way California Capital Region, Greater Twin Cities United Way, Foothills United Way in Colorado, United Way of New York City, Pennsylvania’s United Way of Butler County and United Way of Allegheny County, and the National Capital Area Campaign in Washington DC.
If your local United Way campaign does not list Southern Poverty Law Center, you can still designate us on your pledge card along with our address: 400 Washington Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104.
Other Workplace Giving Campaigns
Many non-governmental employers offer their employees workplace giving in lieu of participating in community-based campaigns such as the United Way. Please contact your employer's Human Resources Department for details regarding workplace giving.
Please email Workplace Giving and Employer Matching Gift questions or comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org.