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Double your donation and amplify your impact

Steelcase employees, retirees, and directors who make gifts to qualified nonprofit organizations may have their contributions of $20-$10,000 matched each calendar year. It’s a great way to double your donation and amplify your impact on worthy nonprofits

  Matching Gifts  

Beginning in 2023, the Steelcase Foundation has consolidated and expanded its matching gifts programs to provide greater choice and control for participants. With the change, the Foundation will match the gifts of Steelcase employees, directors, and retirees up to $10,000 annually to any eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit that meets the following criterion:

1. Compliance With Non-Discriminatory Practices: Grantee organization must refrain from discriminating against a person or group due to their race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, gender identity, disability, status as a disabled veteran, political preference, sexual orientation, pregnancy, membership or non-membership in any lawful organization, or other protected group as prohibited by local laws or regulations.

2. Compliance of Non-Religious Program Support: Match funds will be used to support only those programs that: (a) are open to all individuals in the community regardless of religious belief; (b) serve a non-religious purpose, such as a food pantry or a homeless shelter; and (c) do not require individuals to join in worship to receive services.

3. Compliance of Anti-Corruption and Anti-Bribery Laws: I certify that: (a) neither myself nor any other party will receive goods, services, or impermissible benefits ( e.g., tuition, memberships, dues, admission to events or anything of more than incidental benefit) as a result of the match; (b) the above donation and match does not satisfy any portion of a financial obligation (including an enforceable pledge) ; (c) the donation and match will not be used for political contributions or campaign activities or to  influence legislation.

Participants can make gifts directly to nonprofits or log offline gifts via the Foundation Matching Gifts portal below.

  Steelcase Foundation Matching Gifts Program FAQ  

The Steelcase Foundation Matching Gifts Program provides a 1:1 match for gifts of $20-$10,000 annually to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that meet the Foundation’s Matching Gift Compliance Affirmations as stated.

Eligible participants include US-based Steelcase employees, retirees, and directors. 

The Steelcase Foundation Matching Gifts Program is administered by The Blackbaud Giving Fund, a US-based nonprofit that connects the generosity of donors to charities around the world by securely and efficiently delivering donations to nonprofit organizations. As such, your tax receipt will acknowledge a gift to the Blackbaud Giving Fund on behalf of your intended charity. 

  • Organizations or donations that do not meet the Matching Gift Compliance Affirmations.
  • Gifts that are for the private benefit of an individual (any benefit received will be deducted from match amount).
  • Money collected from a group or third party (alumni associations, walk-a-thons, etc.).
  • Requests submitted via the Steelcase Foundation Matching Gifts Portal will be processed monthly. Requests submitted via paper form may be delayed due to manual processing.

For questions about the Steelcase Foundation matching gift program guidelines and eligible organizations, please contact the Foundation at 

  Log Your Gift  

Current Steelcase Employees

Current employees can log their gifts at using their receipt to request a match.

Steelcase Retirees + Directors

Retirees and directors can go to to begin the matching gift process.

Do you have questions about our matching gifts program?

If you have remaining questions about the Steelcase Foundation matching gifts program please reach out.

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