~1461256565~2016 SEPTEMBER Anna Battista

"As soon as we learned COTA would help with transplant-related expenses, our financial concerns were alleviated and we could solely focus on Anna’s transplant and recovery.”

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Workplace Giving

Corporate Matching Gifts

Matching gift programs are charitable giving opportunities established by corporations through which companies match contributions to eligible nonprofit organizations.  These contributions are provided as a benefit to allow employees to direct a portion of the company’s charitable dollars to causes important to those employees.  As a 501(c)3 organization, COTA is eligible to receive matching gifts.

COTA makes it easy to determine if a company has a matching gift program.  Search for your company here or click the image below.  Simply enter the company name, and instructions are available for corporations with matching gift programs.

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United Way

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The Children’s Organ Transplant Association may be allowed to participate in your area United Way campaign.  During campaign season (usually early fall), please consider designating the Children’s Organ Transplant Association as your ‘charity of choice’ on your pledge form.  Check with your local United Way about their policy.  You will need to specify COTA – Children’s Organ Transplant Association, EIN 35-1674365.

Most United Ways do not allow designations to a specific COTA campaign or family.  After making your pledge, please photocopy the pledge form and send it to COTA.  Gifts made to COTA through the United Way will benefit all COTA patients.

Combined Federal Campaign

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The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) provides federal employees with a convenient way to support nonprofit agencies through payroll deductions.

The Children’s Organ Transplant Association may be allowed to participate in your area Combined Federal Campaign. During campaign season (usually early fall), please consider designating the Children’s Organ Transplant Association as your ‘charity of choice’ on your pledge form. COTA is listed under the Children’s Medical Charities of America. Look for COTA – Children’s Organ Transplant Association or specify CFC 11145 on your pledge form.

The Combined Federal Campaign does not allow designations to a specific COTA campaign or family. Gifts made to COTA through the Combined Federal Campaign will benefit all COTA patients.

 

COTA Provides…

  • Credit card and online contributions accepted — no fees charged.
  • 501(c)3 status. Tax deductions are available to contributors.
  • Acknowledgement of contributions.
  • Fiscal accountability to families and contributors.
  • Monitoring of all financial contributions by a staff certified public accountant.