Does your company have a program set up that would allow you to make charitable donations through payroll deductions? Payroll deductions are an easy way to make charitable donations directly and automatically from your paycheck.
You’ll simplify your life by automating your giving and you’ll spread your donations over the course of a year by deducting the amount you designate from each paycheck. By donating through payroll deduction, you can more easily budget your donation and enjoy a simplified donation process.
In addition, many employers will match their employee’s contributions. These matching gifts can double your original donation amount.
Workplace Giving Programs
There are a number of workplace giving programs. Denver Urban Ministries participates in the following:
- Community Shares of Colorado #5018
- CFC (Combined Federal Campaign) #56884
- CCC (Colorado Combined Campaign) #5036
- United Way or other Campaigns — write in “Denver Urban Ministries”
Ask your company’s human resources office, personnel department or community relations office if they have workplace giving and matching gift programs in place. If your employer does not have a workplace giving campaign, contact Tammy Mulligan, 303-350-5060 — we would liek to help brinig this option to your office.
Please note: Per the IRS, payroll deductions are receipted by the employer, using a paystub, W-2 or other document provided by the employer that indicates the amount withheld and paid to DenUM, or the pledge card provided at the workplace. Denver Urban Matters does not provide tax receipts to donors making payroll deduction donations.