Want your ACSTO donation to go even further toward providing Arizona students with an excellent Christian Education? Some employers will match donations given by their employees to ACSTO. Contact your employer today to find out if your donation is eligible for a Matching Gift!
For an employee to receive a state tax credit for their ACSTO donation, the employee must first make their personal donation directly to ACSTO so we can issue a receipt showing the amount that can be claimed as a tax credit. Personal donations made to ACSTO via a third party (such as an employer or employer's giving program) will be issued a receipt listing the donation as "Other Contributions." These do not qualify for the state tax credit.
For questions about Matching Gifts, please email ACSTO at email@example.com.
How to Obtain a Matching Gift
Once your employer confirms your ACSTO donation can be matched, please contact your HR department to determine your company's protocol. While each company follows its own procedure for Matching Gifts, the process generally consists of these steps.
- Complete your employer's matching gift request.
- Submit the request per the employer's instructions.
- Once your employer's giving program approves the request, they will contact ACSTO to confirm you made a personal donation that can be matched.
- Upon confirmation, the matching gift can be sent to ACSTO.
Matching Gift Companies
These companies have matched employee donations to ACSTO within the past few years. Don't see your employer here? This doesn't mean they won't make a matching contribution — it just means we haven't received one recently!
|American Family Insurance|
|Arthur J Gallagher|
|Automatic Data Processing|
|Bank of America|
|Bank of the West|
|C H Robinson|
|Davis Selected Advisers|
|†Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold|
|Illinois Tool Works|
|Johnson & Johnson|
|Ventana Medical Systems|
† Company will make a matching gift to ACSTO, but will not allow a specific school or student to be recommended.