In many workplace-giving campaigns, in both the private and public sector, the Ohio Buckeye Chapter of the National MS Society is among the list of nonprofit organizations employees can choose to designate.
If you are interested in including the National MS Society, the scientific research we support, or one of our local programs as a part of your company's workplace giving campaign or simply want to learn more about designating the Ohio Buckeye Chapter, please contact Jennifer Hamilton at 800-344-4867.
Below are a few examples of organizations the National MS Society partners with through workplace giving:
Combined Federal Campaign
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is a voluntary workplace giving campaign for federal employees and military personnel worldwide. Employees are given the opportunity to donate to their charity of choice through payroll deduction or a one-time contribution. The CFC is one simple way federal employees can give back to the community.
Community Health Charities
Community Health Charities (CHC) is a federation of health-related organizations. CHC exists to represent its member agencies and help them obtain funds through workplace giving campaigns.
As a member of CHC, the National MS Society (#11409) is represented in both private and public sector workplace giving campaigns at organizations such as federal agencies, Aetna, American Airlines, Gannett, Keane, Pitney Bowes, and Sears.
The National MS Society is a member organization of the United Way of the Summit County and United Way of Central Ohio. Through its membership, the National MS Society is represented within the community and through workplace giving campaigns, including the Combined Federal Campaign.