Gift Matching2018-05-23T16:07:15+00:00

Donations via Gift Matching

Many companies sponsor matching gift programs that will match charitable contributions made by their employees. Some even match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. These programs are a great way for companies to support higher education and a chance for you to double or even triple your gift! Please check with your company to see if it offers a matching gift program that will match your gift or volunteer hours to the Cancer Research Foundation.

Typically, a company will make matching gift forms available through their personnel office, you will then complete the form and mail or fax it to the Cancer Research Foundation. We complete the process from there. If your employer requires an Employer Identification Number (aka: EIN or Federal Tax Identification Number), then please use 16-1726937 for the Cancer Research Foundation (a tax-exempt, 501(c)3, public charity).

Please mail matching gift forms to:
Cancer Research Foundation
Matching Gift Program
9732 Pyramid Way
Suite 181
Sparks, Nevada 89441

Or fax it to:
Fax: 1-800-968-2873

If you have any questions or comments, then you can reach us, toll-free, at 800-You-Cure (968-2873) or via email by completing our CONTACT US form.

The Cancer Research Foundation is a United States, a tax-exempt, 501(c)3, public charity. CRF was created to raise awareness about the essential need for cancer research and the ongoing importance for cancer research funding.

The Cancer Research Foundation is designed to raise funds and awareness in creative and local ways. We encourage local funding events for cancer research; strive to bring awareness to corporate and planned giving options; encourage innovative and creative cancer research
funding options... all while minimizing internal operating expenses so that the maximum percentage of each donation truly goes to cancer research.

This year, the Cancer Research Foundation is proud to benefit the innovative research programs at Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, UCLA Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation, and UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center.