Intel Volunteer Hours
The Intel Involved Matching Grant Program aims
to recognize and motivate Intel employees, globally, to engage in outreach
and volunteerism to make our communities a better place to live, work, and
play. Its objective is to support employees’ giving their time and talent
to qualified non profits and non-governmental organizations, in addition
to schools. They also wanted to recognize our employees who give
generously of their time beyond school-related activities, and give them
the opportunity to earn money for organizations that are meaningful to
After a minimum of 20 hours has
been accrued by Intel employees volunteering at a school or qualified non
profit organization, a donation or "match" will be triggered from the
Intel Foundation. $10,000 maximum per eligible organization per year at
the rate of $10 per hour volunteered.
Activities are eligible when employees’ gifts
of time, labor, and expertise are given to the non profit organization
without compensation for their time or efforts. Eligible activities must
provide the majority of the benefit to members of the community beyond
other Intel employees or their families.
In other words:
The participant cannot receive any
monetary benefit in exchange for his/her volunteer services
Reimbursement cannot be provided to the participant in exchange for such
Intel employees and/or their families cannot solely or directly benefit
from the Intel grant
Volunteer service must actually be completed—a pledge to complete
volunteer service at a later date does not qualify
Contact Intel Human Resources for more
IBM Matching Grants
The IBM Matching Grants program enables employees and retirees (North
America only) to increase the value of their donations to RCA with a
matching gift from IBM.
For information about IBM activities, please contact your local IBM
Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs manager, 3605 Highway 52 North
Rochester, MN 55901
The following companies either have Employee
Matching Programs or pay for Volunteer Hours. Check with Human Resources
for more information.
Some of these will need information from us to set up the
Matching/Volunteer programs. Contact the RCA Treasurer if more
information is needed to access the program.
ACE INA Foundation, The
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
American International Group, Inc. (AIG)
Argonaut Group Inc.
Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP)
Bank of America
Bank One Corporation
Bituminous Insurance Companies
Boeing Company, The
Burlington Northern Santa Fe
Cadence Design System, Inc.
Choice Hotels International
Chubb & Son
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Computer Associates International, Inc.
Deutsche Bank Americas
Eli Lilly and Company
Emerson Electric Co.
EOG Resources, Inc.
|Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas
First Tennessee/First Horizon
General Re Corporation
Harley-Davidson Financial Services
Houghton Mifflin Company
IAC Foundation, Inc.
IFF Foundation, The
ITW - Illinois Tool Works
J.P. Morgan Chase
Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies
Jones Lang LaSalle
Kemper Insurance Companies
LandAmerica Financial Group, Inc.
Liberty Mutual Group
Lubrizol Foundation, The
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company
Mattel Children's Foundation
May Department Stores, The
McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., The
Meadows Foundation, The
Mellon Gift Matching Program
Merck Company, The
MONY Life Insurance Company
Moody's Foundation, The
Murphy Oil Corporation
Neiman Marcus Group
Northern Trust Company
R. R. Donnelley
Sallie Mae Fund, The
SAP Matching Gift Program
Simpson Manufacturing Co., Inc.
State Farm Companies
Sun Microsystems Foundation
Thomson Tax & Accounting
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
Tomkins Corporation, The
U. S. Bancorp
Union Pacific Corporation
Williams Community Relations
The RCA was qualified by the IRS on May
31, 2000, as a Non-Profit (EIN
entitled to exemption from federal income tax under the provision of
Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. As such, donors may
deduct contributions to the RCA from federal income taxes as provided
in section 170 of the Code.