America's Charities | October 4, 2021
Support the Humane Society of the United States to Protect Animals Worldwide
Support the Humane Society of the United States through your employee giving program:
As a donor, you can support the Humane Society of the United States by donating to them through your employer’s workplace giving program. While there may be multiple donation options depending on your employer-sponsored charitable giving program, payroll deduction pledges in particular are a cost effective and near effortless way to support the Humane Society of the United States and have a big impact.
- $1.00 per pay period (x 26 paychecks = $26 total) buys a large bag of dry cat food for the HSUS Animal Rescue team.
- $5.00 per pay period (x 26 pay checks = $130 total) rescues one animal from a puppy mill, hoarding or fighting situation.
- $8.00 per pay period (x 26 checks = $208 total) provides basic medical care to ready four rescued animals for placement into a new home.
If you are a Federal or Postal employee/retiree, or military personnel, click here to donate through the Combined Federal Campaign donation portal and search for CFC# 11894.
If you work in the private sector, or work for a State/county/local government or municipal agency, please contact your HR for a link to your organization’s workplace giving donation site.
Are you an employer? As the Humane Society of the United States’ workplace giving partner, America’s Charities can help your company design and implement a program centered on supporting their work – through workplace giving campaigns, employee fundraising, cause-focused signature programs, volunteerism, donation drives, matching gifts, Dollars-for-Doers, In-Kind Giving and other employee engagement and philanthropic initiatives. Click here to request a demo and learn how we can help you do this.
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