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Matching Gifts

As a non-profit organization, St. Louis Public Radio is eligible for many employers' corporate matching gifts programs. Take a moment now to contact your human resources department to learn how your employer's matching gifts program works and how to request a match.

You may be able to double or even triple your gift to St. Louis Public Radio!

When St. Louis Public Radio receives the match request, we will notify your employer that we have received a gift and verify its eligibility to be matched. Your employer will then fulfill the match to St. Louis Public Radio on its matching funds payment schedule.

If you have any questions concerning our matching gifts program, please feel free to call Linda Oppland at (314) 516-6038 or email loppland{at}stlpublicradio.org.

Thank you for your support and the extra effort it takes to get your gift matched.

Below is a list of area companies that will match their employees' contributions to St. Louis Public Radio. If your company is not listed below, please take a moment to contact your human resources department to see if they have a matching gifts program.

Companies that provide matching gifts:

3M
AAA
Abbott Laboratories
Aetna Inc.
Air Products
Allied Signal Inc.
American Express
American Honda
Ameritech
AON
Archer Daniels Midland
ARCO
AT&T Foundation
AXA Foundation
Bank of America
Bank One Corp.
Barnes Group
Becton Dickinson
BellSouth
Bestfoods
Black & Decker
Boeing
Brown Group
Bunge Corporation
Capital Group Inc.
Case Corp.
CBS Foundation
Champion International
Chevron Corp.
Chubb & Son Inc.
CIGNA Corp.
Circuit City Stores
Cisco Systems Inc.
Citco Petroleum Corp.
Citigroup
Coca-Cola Co.
Colgate-Palmolive Co.
Compaq Computer
Computer Associates
Cooper Industries
CPI
Danforth Foundation
Deluxe Corp.
Dictaphone Corp.
Dow Corning Group
DRA
Duke Energy
Dun & Bradstreet
Duracell International
Eli Lilly & Co.
Emerson Electric
Energen Corp.
Energizer
Equifax
Equitable Foundation
Federated Dept. Stores
Federal-Mogul
Fireman’s Fund Insurance
First Data Corp.
FirstEnergy Corp.
Gannett Co.
Gap Inc.
General Mills Inc.
Georgia-Pacific
Gillette Co.
GKN
GlaxoSmithKline
Goodrich Corp.
GTE

H&R Block
H. J. Heinz Co.
Harcourt General
Harrah’s Entertainment
Hartford Steamboiler Ins.
Household International
Honeywell Inc.
Houghton Mifflin Co.
Household International
IBM
IKON Office Solutions
InfoSpace
JP Morgan Chase
John Wiley & Sons
Johnson & Johnson
Kemper Insurance Cos.
Kimberly Clark
Kmart Corp.
Lucent Technologies
Mallinckrodt
Maritz, Inc.
MasterCard International
Mattel Inc.
May Stores
McDonald’s Corp.
McGraw-Hill
Merck
Merrill Lynch
Microsoft Corp.
Monsanto
MONY Life Insurance
NCR
Nike Inc.
Novus
Olin Corp.
PepsiCo Foundation
Pfizer Inc.
Phillip Morris
Pentair Foundation
Pitney Bowes
Polaroid Corp.
Prudential Foundation
Quest Diagnostics
Reliable Life Insurance
Reuters
Rockwell International
Safeco
Sara Lee
SBC Foundation
Sherwin-Williams Co.
Sony Corp. of America
Sprint Corp.
Square D Co.
Sun Microsystems Inc.
Tektronix Inc.
Tenet Healthcare
Texas Instruments
Time Warner
Transamerica Corp.
TRW Inc.
Tripos
Tyco International
Unilever (Lever Bros.)
United Technologies Corp.
Union Pacific
UPS
Vanguard Group Inc.
Whirlpool Corp