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Below is some helpful information about companies that you may work for that can also offer assistance in help fund our programs in many ways!

Check to see if your company offers a matching gift! They just might and you will be a part of watching this organizations continued growth and the girls and boys that benefit from it!

Kroger Community Rewards

Kroger customers can help support nonprofits of their choice by enrolling in Kroger Community Rewards. When members use their Plus Cards, they earn rewards for their organization.

Kroger also uses Kroger Community Rewards to help make organizational fundraising easy by using their Plus Card. Every time members of an organization use their Kroger Plus Card, they will earn a rebate. Kroger pays up to $600,000 annually to organizations using the Kroger Community Rewards program; an individual rebate maximum is $24,000 per organization.

Bank of America’s Matching Gift Program

Every Bank of America employee is eligible to request up to $5,000 per year in matching gift funds to nearly any organization.

Bank of America’s matching gift program will match donations made to nonprofit organizations up until March 15th of the following year. That means that your organization has plenty of time to make a last minute end-of-year appeal or start-of-year appeal to remind your donor base to submit match requests.

Starbucks’ Volunteer Grant Program

Through Starbucks’ Partner Match Program, Starbucks provides grants to nonprofits where U.S. and Canadian employees and retirees volunteer.

Starbucks employees are eligible after volunteering for at least 25 hours with an organization.

General Electric’s Matching Gift Program

Since 1954, GE has been known as one of the top companies that donates to nonprofits.

While GE initially only matched employee donations to colleges and universities, the company has expanded its match program to include nearly all nonprofits.

Employees can have donations ranging from $25 to $5,000 matched at a 1:1 ratio as long as they submit the request by April 15th of the year following the donation date.

General Mills’ Matching Gift Program

General Mills matches donations ranging from $25 to $15,000.

Full-time, part-time, and retired employees as well as board members are all eligible to have their gifts matched at a 1:1 ratio.

General Mills donates to educational institutions and arts and cultural organizations.

Hilton Foundation’s Matching Gift Program

The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation will match employee donations ranging from $50 to $500.

Full-time and part-time employees are eligible and can have their donations matched to most nonprofits at a 1:1 ratio.

Choice Hotels’ Volunteer Grant Program

Choice Hotels’ volunteer grant program, “Giving Time,” makes donations to the nonprofits where corporate employees volunteer their time.

Employees must volunteer for a minimum of 10 hours before they can apply for a volunteer grant.

The specific grant amount varies based on the number of hours volunteered in a calendar year.

Becoming a Sponsor

We would love for you to become a sponsor for one or many of our programs as we serve the local community. There are several ways to become a sponsor. 

  1. You can sponsor an athlete in one of our many programs to give some an opportunity they otherwise could not afford. 
  2. You can sponsor an add on our webpage
  3. You can advertise your banner in our gymnasium


These sponsorships allow us to provide out community with a cost effective volleyball program that promotes leadership and teamwork. Every sponsorship helps assist players who otherwise may not have been able to play, equipment, and travel costs. Your support is vital to the success of our program. 

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