Matching Gift Programs

The Ridgefield Library is eligible to participate in many corporate matching gift programs, which can increase the value of your gift substantially. Below is a partial list of companies and organizations that have matched contributions to the Ridgefield Library made by their employees, retirees or directors. If you do not see your employer listed below, contact your Human Resources department for information about your company’s policy. You can also enter your company's name in the search box below to get detailed information about its matching gift policies and procedures.

Contact: Laureen Bubniak, Director of Development, 203-438-2282 x11029 lmbubniak@ridgefieldlibrary.org


Participating Corporate and Foundation Matching Gift Programs
(list updated 7/14/15)

Altria Group, Inc.

American Express

Arch Chemicals

Aristeia Capital, L.L.C.

AT&T Foundation

Avon Products Foundation, Inc.

AXA Foundation

Bank of America

Frances & Benjamin Benenson Foundation

CA, Inc.

Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation

Chevron Humankind

Chubb & Son

Colgate-Palmolive

The Compass Group

Cytec Industries

Diageo

Dr. Reddy Laboratories, Inc.

ExxonMobil Foundation

Arthur J. Gallagher Foundation

GartnerGroup, Inc.

GE Foundation

General Re Corporation

IBM Corporation

ING Financial Services Corporation

J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation

Lone Pine Foundation, Inc.

MasterCard

MBIA Foundation

McGraw-Hill Companies Community

Merck Partnership for Giving

Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc.

Microsoft Corporation

Mitsui USA Foundation

Morgan Stanley Foundation

The Navigators Group

Nokia

PBG Foundation

Pepsico Foundation

Pfizer Foundation

Pitney Bowes, Inc.

Praxair Foundation

Prudential Foundation

Reader’s Digest Foundation

Reed Elsevier

Regeneron Matching Gift Program

Stanley Black & Decker

Synchrony Financial

Thomson Reuters

UBS

Unilever United States Foundation, Inc.

United Technologies

Verizon Foundation

Viking Global Foundation

Visa Inc.

Wachovia Foundation

 
   
   
 

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