It's tax time! Employees want to know: how do I document workplace giving charitable donations for my taxes? For payroll donations, the IRS wants you to have two things: A copy of your pledge A copy of your last paystub of the year or a W-2 If you donated through the King County Employee Giving … Continue reading Tax Documentation for Workplace Giving Donations
Did you know the CARES Act might change how you deduct charitable contributions for 2020? One of the changes to the tax law for 2020 under the CARES Act is that if you do not itemize, you may still be able to deduct $300 in charitable contributions. This is different than previous years and effectively … Continue reading CARES Act Changes for 2020 Charitable Contributions
Recruiting work-site Ambassadors for the 2020 Annual Giving Drive. Sign-up for training here. Yes, you can have it all.
Here at the program, we believe in the strong power of philanthropy and know that our nonprofit organizations are on the front lines of this work. This is a long haul issue and we need our nonprofit organizations to make it through to the other side. Philanthropy is a huge act of community and builds … Continue reading Giving during COVID-19
It's time to celebrate all the goodness! And that means celebrating you, our King County Employees — the people who went above and beyond to make the Annual Giving Drive a success. You’re invited to our Annual Employee Giving Program Celebration and Awards! Thursday, February 20, 2020 8:30-10 a.m. King County Courthouse 9th Floor Room … Continue reading You’re Invited: Star Awards & Celebration
If you're part of a nonprofit and want to participate in the King County Employee Giving Program, we're kicking off our 2019 application cycle — and you're invited! We've grown to more than 1,100 participating organizations. In 2018, King County employees pledged $2 million to their favorite organizations. And that total doesn't include all the … Continue reading Join Us: 2019 Nonprofit Applications & Workshops
We have done so much over the last decade, and I want to tell you about one of our proudest achievements. It required less than 10 words to make the change, but it took more than 10 years to achieve it. Now, it will bring a lifetime of benefits. Grit doesn’t always show up at … Continue reading How We Made It Happen: Volunteer Time Off
Recruiting work-site Ambassadors for the 2018 Annual Giving Drive. Sign-up for training here. Yes, you can have it all.
The King County Employee Giving Program Committee is recruiting for open slots.
In 2018, the King County Employee Giving Program (KCEGP) is launching its new volunteer program. In partnership, King County Information Technology (KCIT), a department of King County government, and KCEGP are initiating a pilot engagement to accomplish three objectives: Understand technology needs of Nonprofits Align volunteer services Establish an ongoing program KCIT has more than … Continue reading King County Information Technology (KCIT) Pilots Volunteer Program