Double Your Donation
Through Workplace & Matching Gifts



You might be able to make your donation to Road Scholar go further! Many companies encourage employees to donate to their favorite charities by matching their contributions, sometimes dollar for dollar or more. Some companies even match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses.

Does your company match employee contributions?
Click here to see a list of companies that matched their employees’ gifts to Road Scholar this year. If you don’t see your employer on this list, please contact your human resources department to see if you can establish a matching gifts program with Road Scholar. If your company is eligible, request a matching gift form from your employer, and send it completed and signed with your gift. We will do the rest.

How Do You Apply for a Matching Gift?

  • Obtain a matching gift form and program guidelines from your human resources office.
  • Fill in the employee section of the form and send it to Road Scholar along with your donation or, if you've made your contribution online, simply complete the form and mail it to: Road Scholar, 11 Avenue de Lafayette, Boston, MA 02111-1746


  • We will complete the form and forward it to your employer’s matching gifts office for processing. The company will send its matching donation directly to Road Scholar.

    Combined Federal Campaign
    If you are a current or retired U.S. Government employee, including those serving in the armed forces, you can give to Road Scholar through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Road Scholar’s designation number is 12355. Please look for more information in your CFC Handbook or contact your human resources department.

    Click Here to visit the Combined Federal Campaign website.
    CONTACT US

    For more information, please contact Ann Simanis, Associate VP, Development at (617) 457-5429 or by e-mail, ann.simanis@roadscholar.org

    Road Scholar is proud to receive the Seal of Excellence from Independent Charities of America in recognition of our high standards for public accountability, program and cost effectiveness.