Corporate Match

Many corporate employers offer a matching donation when you make a donation to a qualified 501 (c) (3) charity such as BPESF.

In most cases, initiating a corporate match starts with the employee filling out an online form.  Please check your company intranet or contact your employer's HR department to see if you qualify for a corporate match, and to find the appropriate forms.  When filling out the forms, please use "Bullis-Purissima Elementary School Foundation," not "Bullis Charter School" or "BCS".  You may also need our tax identification number (48-1298690), email (giftmatch@bcsfoundation.com), and address (102 West Portola Ave Los Altos CA 94022).

In most cases, you should make your donation directly to BPESF (by check, online via paypal, or by donating securities).  Your company will confirm your donation by contacting us, and then send us their matching donation.  In some cases, your company may process a payroll deduction for your gift amount, and then send BPESF a check for the entire amount including your donation and their matching donation.

A corporate matching donation made by your employer will count towards your Donation Level

If you do not see your company on the list below, have questions, or need any help, please contact giftmatch@bcsfoundation.com for assistance.

These Companies have previously matched donations to BPESF:
Adobe
Agilent
Alliance Data
American Century Investments
Amgen
Apple
Applied Materials
Aspect Software
Avaya
BEA Systems
Cadence Design Systems
Care2.com, Inc.
Cisco
Citrix
D. E. Shaw Group
Dell Computer
Dolby Laboratories
Ebay
Ericsson
Genentech
Google
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
HP
IBM
IDG
Intel
Intuit
Istar Financial Corp.
Johnson & Johnson
JP Morgan Chase
Juniper Networks
Kaiser Permanente
KLA-Tencor
KT Foundation
McAfee
MedImmune
Micron Technology
Microsoft
Motorola
Motorola Mobility
National Semiconductor
Novellus Systems
NVIDIA
Oracle Corporation
Packard Foundation
Salesforce
SAP
Sony
SPX Corporation
State Street
Symantec
Synopsys
TIAA-CREF
Visa
VMware
Wells Fargo
Yahoo


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