Matching Gifts - Compassion International

Compassion's life-changing programs equip children with the tools they need to overcome extreme poverty. Compassion is Christ-centered and dedicated to building God's kingdom. Every child learns about the hope of Jesus Christ.

Matching Gifts
Double your Compassion with a Matching Gift

Corporate matching gifts are a simple yet powerful way to maximize your personal contributions to Compassion and double the impact of your support for children in poverty. Matched dollars provide clean water, food, medical care and other emergency supplies to those who need it most.


Are you retired? You may still be eligible to participate through your former employer's program.

If you volunteer with Compassion, your employer may also provide us with a Volunteer Grant.

Does Your Company Match?

To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, enter your employer’s name below.

It's easy to participate!
  1. Complete the Matching Gifts Form for your company (often available from the Human Resources department). This form may require Compassion’s tax identification number (36-2423707).
  2. Send the completed form along with your donation or receipt from your recent donation to:

    Compassion International
    Attn: Donor Processing
    12290 Voyager Parkway
    Colorado Springs, CO 80921

  3. We will complete our portion of the form and mail it back to your employer.
Matching Gifts at Work

All matching gifts that Compassion receives go to our Where Most Needed Fund used to meet the most critical needs of Compassion, enabling us to better serve millions of children in extreme poverty.

Is Your Company Not Matching? Get Started Today!

If your company is not listed, ask your matching gifts coordinator to consider Compassion as a charitable organization for the matching gifts program. He or she may want the following information:

  • Compassion International is a not-for-profit organization recognized as tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are considered tax deductible under section 170 of the code.
  • Since 1952, Compassion has existed as an advocate for children, to release them from their spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty and enable them to become responsible, fulfilled Christian adults. We minister to millions of babies, children and young adults in 26 developing countries around the world.
Want to learn more?

Contact us about our Matching Gifts program.