Support GLAAD: Matching Gifts
Make your gift go further
Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. If your company offers a matching gifts program your gift to GLAAD could be doubled or even tripled and some companies even provide matching gifts for volunteer hours.
Does my company match gifts?
To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please enter your employer's name in the search box below. If they don’t appear in the search be sure to check with your HR department, if they will match your gift please contact Wilson Cruz (email@example.com) so we can add them to our list.
How do I get my gift matched?
There are two main ways a company matches a gift: paper form or online. Each company has its own guidelines for employees, spouses, retirees, and widows/widowers. If your company is eligible, either go to your company’s matching gift website or request a matching gift form from your employer, and send it completed and signed with your gift. If you forgot to submit your matching gift with your donation, you can usually submit your request to your company up to a year after you made the original gift. Most corporate procedures are very simple:
- Request a Matching Form from your company.
- Complete and submit the form to GLAAD along with your gift.
- GLAAD will verify the completed form and return it to the company.
- The company issues a matching gift contribution to GLAAD.
Completed forms can be sent with your personal gift to:
Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)
Strategic Giving Officer & National Spokesperson
5455 Wilshire Blvd, #1500
Los Angeles, CA 90036
fax: (323) 933-2241
Enter Your Employer's Name Below
Snapshot of Our Work
The Boy Scouts of America ended its ban on gay Scouts following GLAAD's yearlong campaign to bring equality to Scouting. GLAAD first started calls for the Boy Scouts of America to end its ban on gay Scouts and Scout leaders in April 2012 after Jennifer Tyrrell, a mom and den leader from Ohio was removed from her 7-year-old’s Cub Scout pack for being gay. Since then and with GLAAD's support, more than 1.8 million signatures have been collected through Change.org calling for an end to the Boy Scouts' ban on gay members. GLAAD is continuing its call for the Boy Scouts to end its ban on gay parents and leaders. More at glaad.org/scouts