Ways to Give

Workplace Giving

Does your company or employer support workplace giving? Many companies not only encourage employees to give and volunteer time, but also match fundraising efforts through formal programs such as an Employer Donor Match Program or the Combined Federal Campaign. This is a great opportunity for you and your company to make a difference in the lives of the 130 million Americans affected by the disease of obesity.

Obesity Action Coalition
4511 North Himes Avenue, Suite 250
Tampa, FL 33614

Federal Tax ID #: 20-1953508

Employer Donor Match Programs

Employer donor match programs are donations that a company makes to match its employees’ donation to an eligible nonprofit organization like the OAC. Roughly 65% of Fortune 500 companies and thousands of others across the country offer matching gift programs to support their employees and there is a good chance that your company may too!

Most companies will match donations dollar for dollar, but some may double, triple, or even quadruple your donation! All you need to do is ask your HR department for a matching gift form and they will validate and match your donation to the OAC. Don’t miss this great opportunity to make the most of your donation!

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Combined Federal Campaign

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The OAC is an active participant in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) – the world’s largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign, which raises millions of dollars around the world each year.

Pledges made by Federal civilian, postal and military donors during the campaign season (September 1st to December 15th) support eligible nonprofit organizations, such as the OAC, that provide health and human service benefits throughout the world.

If you are a Federal Employee and would like to make a donation to the OAC through the Combined Federal Campaign, click here and search for the Obesity Action Coalition. Be sure to use the below codes to link your donation to the OAC:

OAC Identifiers:
CFC Code: 45364
EIN: 201953508