Corporate matching gifts to PCIYou’re involved with PCI. You’ve made donations, maybe attended an event, and followed our life changing work around the world on Instagram. However, there is a simple way you can double the impact of your donations to PCI…with corporate matching.

Many companies will match the charitable contributions their employees make by donating the same amount. Typically, all it takes is a quick online form to submit your donation details, then your employer contacts us to confirm the donation. Within a few weeks, they’ll send a check for the same amount, doubling the impact your donation has on families and communities.

Find out if your employer matches
Type your organization’s name into the box below to see if they match employee gifts, then click on the link that appears to submit your PCI donation details. Keep in mind that not only monetary donations can be matched – some companies will match the value of volunteer hours as well.

Some frequent matchers are:

  • Pfizer, Inc.
  • Qualcomm
  • Bank of America
  • Microsoft

Can’t Find Your Employer?
If you don’t see your employer using the search box above, that doesn’t necessarily mean they don’t match. Check with your HR department to see what options they have. Additionally, you can contact PCI to check for you. Just email Amy Williams, Development Assistant of Operations, at

You can also talk to your HR department to see if your company allows employees to sign up for regular donations via payroll deductions. This is an easy and convenient way to make continuing and sustainable change around the world.

Donated a few months ago?
If you’ve donated any time in the past year, you may still be able to get the donation matched. Most companies give you over 6 months, even up to a year to submit your donation details. This means that with just 5 minutes of your time now, you can double the change you made months ago. If you didn’t save your donation details, we’ll be happy to resend your confirmation!

For more information, please contact Amy Williams, Development Assistant of Operations, at