December 28, 2007, Newsletter Issue #97: Look Into Employer Support For Breast Cancer Donations

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Perhaps you have always intended to donate to breast cancer, but by the end of the year there just is not enough money left over to make it happen. Your employer, in this case, may be able to help. Some employers offer programs through which you can have a small amount of each paycheck withheld for a donation to a charitable organization of your choice.

One advantage of this method is that your donation amount is already accommodated in your budget, so you do not have to worry about getting the money later in the year for the amount you would like to donate. There are tax advantages as well, and some employers even have a matching gift program, whereby they match dollar for dollar the amount that you donate to a breast cancer organization. It would be a good idea to talk to your company's human resources department about the availability of such a program.

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