You can double or even triple your gift to the Catholic Stewardship Appeal!
Many employers sponsor matching gift programs that match charitable contributions made by their employees. Some companies may even match gifts made by retirees, spouses, and board members. To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please enter your employer's name below.
If your company is listed, check the company's website to see if the matching gift form is available through the search engine. If not, request a matching gift form from your employer. Please complete and sign the form and send it along with your gift to:
Catholic Stewardship Appeal
Archdiocese of Milwaukee
3501 S. Lake Drive
P. O. Box 070912
Milwaukee, WI 53207-0912
That's it! We'll handle the rest. If your employer doesn't have a matching gift program, ask that it consider starting one. For more information about matching gifts, or appeal giving options, call Jenny Mendenhall, Catholic Stewardship Appeal Director, at (414) 769-3320 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Thank you for Making the Match!
Note: Saint Francis de Sales Seminary is an accredited academic institution and qualifies as a college or university under matching gift programs that only match to higher education. If your employer restricts its matching gift program to higher education, please designate the seminary as the beneficiary of your gift and make your check payable to the Catholic Stewardship Appeal.
If your employer has no matching gift restrictions, please make your check payable to the Catholic Stewardship Appeal.
Contributions to the annual $8.1 million Catholic Stewardship Appeal are restricted for use in four key areas of ministry:
- Serving Those in Need
- Strengthening Parish Ministries and Promoting Evangelization
- Supporting Catholic Schools and Parish Religious Education
- Forming Priests, Deacons and Fostering Parish Leadership
Dollars raised within the Archdiocese of Milwaukee stay here and are used solely for the purpose of supporting its ministries and programs. Many of these programs have no other means of financial support and their reach extends well beyond what any parish or school can provide on its own.