Supporting Animal Humane Society is easy and convenient through employer giving options.
Help animals in need by doubling your donation through an employer's matching gift or participating in a workplace giving program. Regular contributions can make a big impact overtime, providing dogs, cats, and critters safe refuge, medical care, and a second chance.
Request a matching gift
Did you know you can double or triple your donation to Animal Humane Society? Hundreds of companies will match the charitable gifts made by their employees or retirees. Companies both large and small match employee contributions.
To find out if your company has a matching gift program, please enter your employer's name below.
If you do not find your employer through this search, please check with your company to see if it offers a matching gift program that will match your gift to Animal Humane Society.
The process for submitting a matching gift claim differs from company to company. Some require a completed paper form or request that claims be filed by telephone, while others have an online system. If your company requires a matching gift claim form, please complete it and send it to: Donor Services, Animal Humane Society, 845 Meadow Lane N., Golden Valley, MN 55422
If your employer asks for an Employer Identification Number (EIN) (i.e. Federal Tax Identification Number), please use 41-0693842.
Join a workplace giving campaign
Community Shares of Minnesota
Animal Humane Society is a member of Community Shares of Minnesota, an organization that connects, funds and raises awareness for community groups. Check with your employer to see if you can make a designated donation to AHS through Community Shares.
Combined Federal Campaign
Are you a federal employee or military personnel looking for an easy way to give to Animal Humane Society? Make a pre-tax contribution by selecting Animal Humane Society on your Combined Federal Campaign.
Thrivent Choice allows eligible Thrivent members to recommend Animal Humane Society as a recipient of funds collected for annual outreach. If you're a Thrivent member, ask about your ability to support AHS through Thrivent Choice.
Minnesota Charities Review Council’s Standards of Accountability state that at least 70 percent of an organization’s annual expenses must be directed toward program activity with no more than 30 percent for management, and general and fundraising expenses combined. In 2016, Animal Humane Society exceeded this standard by directing 74 percent of our expenses back into programming and services for animals and the community.