CureSearch for Children's Cancer funds and supportstargeted and innovative children's cancer research with measurableresults, and is the authoritative source of information and resourcesfor all those affected by children's cancer.
People in the workforce make enormous contributions to causes that are personally meaningful to them. Please consider mobilizing your employees and coworkers through a Workplace Giving Campaign and make CureSearch a "Charity of Choice."
CureSearch is a member of America's Charities - Children's First and is listed as CFC # 10701 CureSearch National Childhood Cancer Foundation (Cancer Research for Children). America's Charities is CureSearch's partner in the workplace with inclusion in hundreds of state and local government and corporate employee campaigns. Our Tax ID/EIN is 95-4132414.
A workplace giving campaign is an annual, employer-sponsored program that offers employees the opportunity to make charitable contributions. Traditionally, donations are processed through payroll deduction. However, a program can be customized to fit the culture of your unique company.
Workplace Giving meets both the needs of the business and its employees; providing a powerful incentive to come together to help save children’s lives through funding childhood cancer research.
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) runs each year from September 1st through December 15th and provides federal employees a vehicle to consolidate their support for charities across the country.
Designate CFC # 10701 on your donation form or look for us in the Children's First - America's Charities Federation Section in your CFC Catalog of Caring as: CureSearch (Cancer research for children).
Many companies, particularly large corporations, are now conducting their own employee giving campaigns. To encourage giving, companies will often match your gift, making the total double or even triple your contribution.
Please check with the Human Resources Director at your company to make sure that CureSearch NCCF is included. If not, please talk with your campaign coordinator and contact CureSearch for assistance. If your company partners with America's Charities for its workplace giving campaign, look for our listing under CureSearch (Cancer Research for Children).
Government employees in most states can select CureSearch as a recipient of workplace campaign pledges and gifts. To designate CureSearch, find the Children's First - America's Charities Federation Section in your campaign directory and designate: CureSearch (Cancer Research for Children).
A few United Way campaigns include CureSearch as a donor option. If not, and many offer a donor option write-in process. CureSearch is listed under the name Cancer Research for Children (National Childhood Cancer Foundation). Please write in the complete name - no abbreviations: CureSearch NCCF, Tax ID/EIN 95-4132414.
United Way campaigns vary in their processes and in rules governing the distribution of donations within each local or regional campaign. Check with your Human Resource department for clarification.
If your employer does not have a Workplace Giving Campaign or offer employee payroll deduction for charitable giving, ask your Human Resources Department if they would be interested in offering this benefit to their employees. CureSearch can introduce your employer to America's Charities and assist with establishing a Workplace Giving campaign. You can also set up your own recurring gift using our online donation form.
CureSearch can support your workplace campaign with: