Double, or Even Triple, Your Gift to the IOCDF through Workplace Giving

Many workplaces give back to America’s charities through workplace giving campaigns. Workplace giving can come in many forms, including:

Matching Gifts

Did you know that as many as one in ten gifts that we receive is eligible to be matched by the donor’s employer? Many companies offer matching gift programs for employees who have made a contribution to a 501(c)3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization, and some even match donations made by spouses or retirees. Matching gifts are a great opportunity to double or triple the amount of your original gift, extending the impact of your donation to the IOCDF.

To get started, search for your company below to see if your donation is matching eligible:

United Way Campaigns

The United Way of America is a non-profit organization that works with more than 1,200 local United Way offices throughout the country in a coalition of charitable organizations to pool efforts in fundraising and support. The focus of United Way is identifying and resolving pressing community issues, as well as making measurable changes in the communities through partnerships with schools, government agencies, businesses, organized labor, financial institutions, community development corporations, voluntary and neighborhood associations, the faith community, and others.

Many companies and local businesses around the country hold annual United Way campaigns.  Did you know that you may designate a charity to receive your United Way gift, even if they are not located in your local community? Speak with your Human Resource representative or contact your local United Way to find out how you can help the IOCDF through your paycheck donation. The International OCD Foundation's United Way code is 10554.

Point-of-Sale Fundraising

Point-of-sale fundraising campaigns - ‘rounding-up’ in-store purchases - raised nearly $749 million in the United States in 2022 alone. These donations enable supporters to give while they shop, helping to support our mission of ensuring no one impacted by OCD or related disorders suffers alone. Does your workplace participate in point-of-sale fundraising campaigns? Speak with your workplace giving representative to find out how your workplace can help support the IOCDF through point-of-sale fundraising.

Corporate Giving and Sponsorship

Does your organization have programs to give back by making charitable gifts to nonprofits or sponsoring events? You can view all available sponsorships at and contact to get started!

For questions about any of these workplace giving programs, contact your HR department or

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