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Workplace Giving

Please consider supporting Planned Parenthood Arizona through workplace giving – an easy and efficient way for employees to make a tax-deductible donation. Your donation directly supports our high quality, affordable health care services and education programs that empowers people to make healthy, informed choices.

Workplace Giving

Did you know you can support Planned Parenthood Arizona at work?

A small amount from your paycheck can make a big difference in your community. You can designate your support to Planned Parenthood by using the following codes on your workplace giving form: Workplace Giving Codes for Planned Parenthood Arizona (TIN: 86-0146520)

· United Way – Valley of the Sun – 7

· United Way – Northern Arizona – 1032

· United Way of Tucson & Southern Arizona – 224443

· Pima County (ECAP) – 224443

· Arizona and Maricopa County Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) – 99047

Federal Employees: If you are a federal or local government employee whose agency participates in Creating Healthier Communities (CHC), please keep in mind that you can give to Planned Parenthood Arizona through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), which runs from September through December each year. Whether you donate $1, $20, or more per paycheck, or make a one-time donation, your contribution will go a long way in helping. PPAZ’s CFC number is 99047.

Matching Gifts Programs

If your employer does not participate in a workplace giving campaign, they may match your contributions to Planned Parenthood Arizona. Some companies even match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. Contact your human resources department to find out how to access your company’s matching gift program. If you have any questions, email us at [email protected]., and you can learn more about Planned Parenthood Arizona at our website: www.ppaz.org.

Thank you for your support!


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