Workplace Giving

 

You can help to improve the health and well-being of patients and families in Hawaii affected by chronic kidney disease and by the need for organ/tissue transplantation. If your employer offers a payroll deduction program that benefits charities, you may select the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii as your charity of choice.

Employee Giving Campaigns...

As a leading resource in prevention, education, patient and family services, research, and advocacy relating to chronic kidney disease, the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii assists all those affected by the disease in Hawaii and colaborates with other involved healthcare organizations in major ongoing efforts to improve the health of Hawaii's people. You can make a difference in your community by designating the NKFH as your charity of choice on your workplace giving campaign form.

Private Sector, State, and Local Government Employees

Matching Gifts...

Hundreds of companies offer a matching gifts program, which can double or, in some cases, triple your contribution to the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii. Your company's human resources or finance department can provide you with their criteria and instructions for applying for a corporate match or the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii development department at (808) 589-5961

National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii : Giving Opportunities : Charitable Donations : Workplace Giving Workplace Giving You can help to improve the health and well-being of patients and families in Hawaii affected by chronic kidney disease and by the need for organ/tissue transplantation. If your employer offers a payroll deduction program that benefits charities, you may select the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii as your charity of choice. Employee Giving Campaigns... As a leading resource in prevention, education, patient and family services, research, and advocacy relating to chronic kidney disease, the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii assists all those affected by the disease in Hawaii and colaborates with other involved healthcare organizations in major ongoing efforts to improve the health of Hawaii's people. You can make a difference in your community by designating the NKFH as your charity of choice on your workplace giving campaign form. Private Sector, State, and Local Government Employees Matching Gifts... Hundreds of companies offer a matching gifts program, which can double or, in some cases, triple your contribution to the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii. Your company's human resources or finance department can provide you with their criteria and instructions for applying for a corporate match or the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii development department at (808) 589-5961

Federal Government Employees

The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the outlet for federal employees to demonstrate their philanthropic commitment. To help make wishes come true with your CFC contribution, enter the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii CFC agency code, 61532, on your campaign pledge card.

United Way

If your company's employee giving program only includes the United Way, look for your local chapter in the listing of charities In Hawaii, the chapter is ALOHA UNITED WAY. If your local chapter is not represented, look for a "donor option" line on your giving campaign form and write in the name of your chosen charity. Most local United Way programs allow donors to specify a charity other than one from their list of participants. Your local United Way will then forward your gift directly to the charity.

Volunteer Programs...

Many companies offer incentitives to employees for donating their time in support of NKFH services and programs. Some corporate volunteer programs may offer:

  • Paid time off for employees to spend their work and/or leisure time providing assistance to their favorite charitable organization.
  • A contribution on your behalf to your charity of choice to reward your volunteer activities.

To find out if your company supports volunteerism, contact your human resources department or the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii development department at (808) 589-5961.