At 1st Crowthorne we always have to keep an eye on our fundraising – and this is such a easy way of raising money
The Match Funding scheme and how a little bit of your time could raise funds for us.
If you work for an organisation that has a match funding policy, any money you raise could be matched by your employer. Companies may match the fundraising total for an event, or for the stall that their employee is working on. Usually, the employee will need to supply them with a letter from us detailing the date and nature of the event, together with the total raised.
We understand that the high street banks, building societies, supermarkets and large corporations are likely to do match funding, but these schemes are not exclusive to the major corporate giants. If you work for an independent company, they may be interested in charitable giving through match funding too.
Below is a list of companies that have previously match funded. We would be grateful if you could see if your employer has a match funding scheme, or if they are willing to match fund any of our events. If you can’t help out this time, but you know the company you work for has a match funding policy, please let us know. This will be very beneficial for us and help us raise money for all our fundraising targets during the year, and our long term hut renovation and replacement project.
3i Credit Suisse Microsoft Abbey National Plc First Boston Midlands Electricity ABN Amro De La Rue Misubishi Research Institute Accenture Deloitte Consulting Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation Alfred Dunhill Deutsche Bank Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Alliance & Leicester DHL National Power Alliance Capital Diageo NCR Corporation American Express Dixons NFC Northern Electric Andersen Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein Norwich Union Anglian Water Eli Lily Pearson Philip Morris Argos EMI Philip Morris Companies Inc ARM Holdings Energis Philips PPG Industries Foundation Asda Ericsson Telecom Pricewaterhouse Coopers Astra Zeneca Ernst & Young Procter & Gamble AT Kearney Exxon Mobil Reuters BAA Fidelity Investments Robert Fleming & Co Bank of America First Bus Rolls Royce Bank of England Ford Motor Company Royal & Sun Alliance Bank of Scotland GlaxoSmithKline Plc Royal Bank of Scotland Group Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Bankers Trust Goldman Sachs Schroder Barclays Capital Guardian Royal Exchange Salomon Smith Barney Barclays Group Halifax Schroders Barclays Wealth HSBC Seaboard BG Group IBM Shell Boston Consulting Group IDEO Siemens Medical BP Industrial Bank of Japan Sigma Securities Bristol-Myers Squibb Invensys Smithkline Beecham BT J P Morgan Southern Electric Cable & Wireless Johnson & Johnson Stagecoach Holdings Camelot Kingfisher Standard & Poor’s Capgemini KPMG Sun Life of Canada Capital Littlewoods Swiss Bank Corporation International Research Lloyds TSB Tesco Thames Water Celanese Canada Inc Marks & Spencer United Airlines Centrica Marsh & McLennan Companies inc. Vodafone Chase Manhattan Foundation McKinsey & Co Warner Music International Citibank Mercury Asset Management Yorkshire Water Citigroup Merrill Lynch