You may be able to increase the size of your gift if your employer is one of the many companies that have "Matching Gift Programs" for charitable contributions made by their employees. This means that for every dollar an employee gives to an approved charitable organization, their employer will contribute some additional amount.
Please ask your human resources department whether your company offers a program like this. If so, let us know and we'll help you fill out the necessary paperwork to multiply your contribution by taking advantage of this generous benefit.
Even if your employer does not match employees’ gifts, other corporations have gift programs that can be activated by anyone. For example, how many times a day do you search the Internet? How about in a week? A month? A year? Did you know that every time you search the Web, Accelerated Cure Project could earn money? iGive.com and GoodSearch.com are search engines that donate a portion of their revenue to charities designated by their users. Go to igive.com or goodsearch.org to download the toolbar and select Accelerated Cure Project as the charity you want to support. Likewise Amazon will donate .5% of the value of purchases you make on Amazonsmile.com to ACP.
Have you been inspired by Marie Kondo to simplify, organize and de-clutter your home? Consider selling those no-longer-wanted items on eBay and donating a portion (or all) of the proceeds to ACP through their Giving Works Program.
While we are not listed with the United Way, you can use our United Way Restricted Contribution Code of M337457 to direct funds to us through the United Way giving program.