Contributing to the Boone and Crockett Club
For thousands of employees nationwide, the advent of fall means the changing of leaves, cooler temperatures - and the arrival of charitable fundraising campaigns in the workplace. Non-profit organizations receive payroll deduction donations through these workplace giving campaigns. Contributing a little each month through payroll deduction adds up to big benefits for wildlife at year's end.
Click on the links below to learn more about the Club's different giving programs.
The Boone and Crockett Club Foundation is a member of the Conservation and Preservation Charities of America (CPCA) - a group of America's finest national organizations working to protect and restore the Earth's natural environment. There are a number of ways to give to the Boone and Crockett Club Foundation through workplace giving campaigns.
- If you are an employee of the federal government or U.S. military, you may give to the Boone and Crockett Club Foundation through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC.) Each year the CFC raises millions of dollars that benefit thousands of non-profit charities.
- Some United Way campaigns include CPCA and its member organizations in their list of charities. Simply find the Boone and Crockett Club Foundation’s code in your United Way donor brochure. If your local United Way campaign doesn't list the CPCA, find out if there is a write-in option. Many United Way campaigns allow you to give to any tax-exempt charity.
- The Boone and Crockett Club Foundation is also listed in nine State Employee Giving campaigns – Arizona, California, Michigan, Montana, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin. Look for our listing if you are a state employee in one of these states.
I could think of no better charity
Thank you again for all you do for our
Mike Plainte, CFC contributor
Friends who make contributions to the Boone and Crockett Club Foundation through workplace giving campaigns will receive a complimentary Associate membership, which includes four issues of Fair chase magazine, a decal and membership card and discounts on merchandise. Be sure to mark the box that allows the campaign managers to release your name to us.
For more information contact Jodi Bishop at 406/542-1888, ext. 212.
Did you know that your cash or membership dues can be turned into an additional donation to the Boone and Crockett Club in just two easy steps? It's true - if you work for a company that has a matching gift program.
How Can I Make a Matching Gift?
If you are affiliated with a company that matches contributions to conservation organizations, you may be eligible to have your gift to Boone and Crockett doubled or tripled by following these procedures:
1. Contact your Human Resources Office for your company's specific matching gift form and information.
2. Fill out and mail the completed matching gift form (unique to your employer) along with your gift to:
Boone and Crockett Club
Matching Gift Program
250 Station Drive
Missoula, MT 59801
We will process your form and notify your employer.
Your gift will be recognized at the Boone and Crockett Club Headquarters in Missoula, Montana. Recognition is also given in Fair Chase magazine. Gifts of $500 qualify for recognition on the Millennium Circle’s granite bricks. For more information about the Millennium Circle bricks and pavers, contact Jodi Bishop at 406/542-1888, ext. 212.
The Boone and Crockett Club Foundation can now fundraise with the power of eBay Giving Works!
eBay, The World's Online Marketplace, has joined forces with MissionFish to create eBay Giving Works - the dedicated program for charity listings on eBay. This program now allows eBay’s 69 million individual and corporate customers to assign all or part of their online proceeds to benefit any of the more than 4,400 pre-screened and certified nonprofit organizations. The Boone and Crockett Club Foundation is one of these nonprofits. eBay has raised more than $300,000 for non-profits so far.
MissionFish, a subsidiary of The Points of Light Foundation, is managing the eBay Giving Works program for eBay. An eBay seller signs up with MissionFish to list a charity item on eBay, the seller selects a nonprofit from the list of participating organizations and chooses a percentage of the final bid to share (from 10%-100%). eBay and MissionFish take care of the rest.
If you've been contemplating a garage sale or have items of value you feel would do particularly well on eBay, please consider helping us out as you shop and sell. On eBay, you can sell or buy just about anything from a high school yearbook to real estate.