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Workplace Giving

A Great Way to Support the MS Cause

Workplace giving programs provide an easy way for you to contribute to the fight against MS. Simply sign up to have a portion of your salary dedicated to the MS cause on a regular basis.

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society proudly partners with Community Health Charities, the largest workplace giving program devoted solely to health, in the Public and Private Sectors of the Employee Giving Campaigns. If you don't find us, ask your employer to add our name.

Public Sector/Government Employees
Support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) by selecting the designated code number: 11409.

Also, be sure to look for the National MS Society on the designation lists for your state, city, county, or school employee giving campaigns!

Private Sector
Your company may have its own Corporate Employee Gift Program or participate in United Way. In some areas, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society participates in the United Way. If not, ask if you can designate to the National MS Society under the Donor Designation Program.

It's Easy to Contribute to the MS Cause
  • Combined Federal Campaign
    Code number: 11409
  • Corporate Employee Gift Program
  • United Way

Simply select or designate the National MS Society.

Community Health Charities

Combined Federal Campaign

Matching Gift Fund
Does your employer have a matching gift fund? If so, be sure to speak to them about matching your gift to the National MS Society.


All gifts made to the National MS Society through workplace giving are tax deductible.

For more information on programs in your area, please contact your chapter.

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