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Employer Matching Gifts

At the Boy Scouts of America, Cascade Pacific Council, our mission is to deliver high quality Scouting programs to a growing population of young people in NW Oregon and SW Washington. Your generous donation is already hard at work. An easy way to double the impact of your pledge is through employee giving programs.

Many corporations match employee donations to our organization.

If you volunteer with us, your employer may also provide us with a grant as a way to recognize your volunteer hours. The tool below offers information about matching programs, but does not indicate specific support for Scouting.

Matching Gift and Volunteer Grant information provided by
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Our Organization:

Boy Scouts of America, Cascade Pacific Council

2145 SW Naito Parkway

Portland, OR 97201

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Common Questions:

What are employee matching gifts?

Employee matching gifts are corporate giving programs in which the company matches donations made by employees to eligible nonprofit organizations. It’s an easy way to double your contribution to us!

What are volunteer grants?

Volunteer grants are corporate giving programs in which companies provide monetary donations to organizations where employees volunteer regularly. If you volunteer with us, it’s an easy way to provide us with additional financial support!

How is this information obtained?

We partner with a company called Double the Donation. If you see anything that should be changed, please email Double the Donation’s team at data@doublethedonation.com

What if I still have questions?

For questions regarding your company’s programs: please contact your employer’s human resources or community giving department. Much of the necessary information is also available on your company intranet.

For questions regarding how to submit a matching gift or volunteer grant request: please contact us using the information provided on this page.

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Development Team: (503) 225-5748

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