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Workplace Giving

Workplace giving programs provide an easy way for you to help the American Liver Foundation. Simply sign up for your employer’s workplace giving campaign and use automatic payroll deduction to make your donation to the American Liver Foundation. In most campaigns, the American Liver Foundation can be found listed under Community Health Charities.


Combined Federal Campaign (CFC #)
Federal government employees and members of the U.S. Military Forces can support the American Liver Foundation through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) by selecting the designated code number: XXX

United Way
In a few areas, individuals may support the American Liver Foundation through the United Way. If your employer offers a United Way program, ask your administrator how you can designate your gift to the American Liver Foundation.

Matching Gifts
Be sure to ask your employer if they have a matching gift fund and ask them to match your gift to the American Liver Foundation. All gifts made to the American Liver Foundation through workplace giving are tax deductible.

State/Local Public Sector Campaigns
Be sure to look for the American Liver Foundation listed under Community Health Charities (CHC) on the designation lists for your state, city, county or school employee giving campaigns. For more information, ask your program administrator.

Corporate Employee Gift Programs
Many national and local corporations offer their employees an opportunity to make a charitable donation through payroll deductions. If your employer partners with Community Health Charities (CHC), look for the American Liver Foundation listing under CHC. If your employer offers an independent campaign, ask your program administrator how to designate your gift to the American Liver Foundation.

Page updated: October 4th, 2011