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Make an impact with workplace giving and help kids like Kenadie.

Employee giving, matching gifts, workplace fundraisers, federal or state campaigns, and volunteer grants are easy ways to give to St. Jude through your workplace.

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St. Jude patient Kenadie making a heart with her hands.

St. Jude patient Kenadie


Workplace giving options


Employee giving campaigns

Start or participate in an employee giving campaign to support St. Jude with payroll deduction or one-time gifts. Many workplace giving programs offer automatic payroll deductions to make giving easier.

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Matching gifts

In a matching gift program, employers donate the same amount or more to match each employee's donation. Use our search form to see if your employer will double — or even triple — your gift.

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Workplace fundraisers

Plan a workplace fundraiser with your colleagues! Activities can be virtual or hosted in person, and there are plenty of options.

Start a Workplace Fundraiser

St. Jude patient Kenadie

Government employee gifts

Give through the Combined Federal Campaign (Federal employees) or through your state's website (State employees).

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Volunteer Grants

See if your employer offers a volunteer match program, and have your hours matched by your employer with a donation to St. Jude!

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Benefits of workplace giving for employers

Here are some key ways workplace giving can be an asset to your business:

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75% of employers see a boost in morale when supporting their employees' charitable giving.

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58% of employees expect their employer to provide opportunities to give to charitable causes or organizations. so offering them may be helpful in recruiting and employee retention.

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75% of employees believe that workplace giving campaigns show that their company cares.


Statistics are provided by 2018 Edge Research.


St. Jude kids like Kenadie depend on your support

When Kenadie was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma in April 2022, she was 8 years old. There were two very large primary tumors in the area of her left kidney; one was a foot-and-a-half long. She was referred to St. Jude right away. 

In addition to surgery to remove as much of the cancer as possible, Kenadie received chemotherapy, radiation therapy, antibody treatment and a stem cell transplant using her own cells. Kenadie has completed treatment and returns to St. Jude for checkups.

Families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food — so they can focus on helping their child live.


Benefits of workplace giving for employees

As an employee, you can also benefit from a workplace giving solution: 

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 Helping kids with cancer is easy when you have your gift deducted directly from your paycheck.

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If your employer matches donations, you can make a bigger impact than you could alone. 

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 A workplace giving program makes it easy to consistently donate to your favorite causes year-round.

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Workplace fundraisers can be a great way to get to know colleagues and have fun while raising money for your favorite charities. 


At Averitt Express, associate sharing is a strong part of our culture — it’s something we believe in. Averitt Cares for Kids is a great example of that, and our commitment to teamwork is evident as nearly 97% of associates participate, giving $1 each week to help the children at St. Jude.

- Alice Crabtree of Averitt Express

Make an impact for St. Jude kids and families

When St. Jude opened in 1962, childhood cancer was largely considered incurable. Since then, St. Jude has helped push the overall survival rate from 20% to more than 80%, and we won't stop until no child dies from cancer.

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St. Jude patient Natalie holding a teddy bear.

St. Jude patient Natalie


Workplace giving:

  1. A workplace giving program is a method of making donations to nonprofit organizations in a structured way through your employer.

    Workplace-giving programs are also commonly referred to as corporate-giving programs or employee-giving programs. They can be instrumental in overall corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs.

  2. In these programs, your charitable contributions are typically tax deductible. Double-check with your employer to fully understand the tax implications.

  3. Yes! You can see if your workplace offers volunteer programs. Or you can volunteer to help run a fundraising campaign and donate your time instead of money

  4. Yes! You can mail your donations to:

    ALSAC/St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
    Attn: St. Jude at Work
    501 St. Jude Place
    Memphis, TN 38105

    For questions, email us at