It’s true! Several companies DO match gifts to the Sisters of Providence. Does yours?
- ADC Foundation
- Aetna Foundation, Inc.
- Babson Capital Management, LLC
- Bank of America Charitable Foundation
- Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation
- CNA Foundation
- Computer Associates International, Inc.
- Duke Energy Foundation
- Freddie Mac Foundation
- Gannett Foundation, Inc.
- GE Foundation
- Global Impact
- JP Morgan Chase Foundation
- Kemper Insurance Companies
- Key Foundation
- Lilly Endowment, Inc. (but not Eli Lilly Company)
- Lumpkin Foundation
- Omnia Group
- Pfizer Foundation
- Rexnord Foundation, Inc
- Washington Post
Here’s what you need to know:
- Check your company’s matching gift guidelines carefully. Just because a company matched a gift to the Sisters of Providence in the past doesn’t mean they will do so again. Often companies change their giving guidelines.
- The Sisters of Providence are a 501(c)(3) corporation. Verification of our tax exempt status is available.
- Gifts to the Sisters of Providence are tax exempt.
- The Sisters of Providence are NOT considered an educational institution.
- If the company’s guidelines indicate they do not match gifts to religious organizations, the Sisters of Providence probably do not qualify for a matching gift from this company.
If you would like additional information on making a matching gift to the Sisters of Providence, need verification of our tax exempt status, or would like information on other ways to donate to the Sisters of Providence, contact Jennifer Drake at (812) 535-2806 or by e-mail at JDrake@spsmw.org.
The Sisters of Providence keep all benefactors, constituents, alumnae/i and companions in daily prayer.