Corporate Partnerships

Employee Engagement

Supporting a charity through employee involvement provides excellent benefits for both companies and their staff, encourages new skill development and team work, increases loyalty among employees and brings a positive team spirit to the organization.

Here's how your company can get involved:

Workplace Giving

A workplace giving campaign is an annual, employer-sponsored program that offers employees the opportunity to make charitable contributions. Please consider mobilizing your employees and coworkers through a Workplace Giving Campaign and make the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids a charity of choice.

Employers benefit because workplace giving:

  • Sends a clear message that your company is invested in the community
  • Expands your company’s vital corporate citizenship image
  • Meets your consumer’s demand for increased corporate social responsibility
  • Improves employee morale, relations and retention
  • Communicates your company’s commitment to children, healthcare and our future

Employee benefits include:

  • A sense of pride and loyalty toward the company
  • Opportunities for personal involvement and team building experiences
  • Working in a fun-spirited campaign towards a common goal
  • Convenient payroll deductions
  • Selecting the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids as the employee’s charity of choice. As each campaign is different, please review the below information to make sure your employee donations are accurately designated.

Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)

The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) runs each year from September 1 through December 15 and provides federal employees a vehicle to consolidate their support for charities across the country.

Designate CFC # 10809 on your donation form or look for us in the Health First - America's Charities Federation Section of your CFC Catalog of Caring as: Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.

Private Sector and Corporate Campaigns

Many companies, particularly large corporations, are now conducting their own employee giving campaigns. To encourage giving, companies will often match an employee gift, making the total double or even triple the contribution.

Employees should check with the company’s human resources department to make sure that the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids is included. If not, contact the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids for assistance. If a company partners with America's Charities for its workplace giving campaign, look for our listing under the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.

State and Local Campaigns

Government employees in most states can select the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids as a recipient of workplace campaign pledges and gifts. To designate the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, find the Health First - America's Charities Federation Section in your campaign directory and designate the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.

Matching Gifts for the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

If you work for a company that offers a corporate matching gift program, your contribution to the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids could qualify for a match by your employer.

To see if your company has a matching gift policy, check with your human resources department or administrative office. While every employer has different policies, they will often have you complete a form to send with your donation to the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. We will then verify your donation and return the form to your employer so they can then issue a matching gift directly to us.

CFC #: 10809
EIN: 52-1969967

Please send your gift and any completed matching gift forms to: Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids Development Office 1400 I Street, NW, Suite 1200 Washington, DC 20005

For more information about workplace giving and matching gifts, email JLenet@TobaccoFreeKids.org or call (202) 481-9333.