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Corporate Matching Gifts

Corporate matching gifts are a great way for Tarleton alumni, parents, and friends to maximize personal contributions to the University and increase the impact of their gift. By taking advantage of a company's gift benefit, you may be able to double or even triple the amount of the contribution.

How do I get my gift matched?

First, find out if your company has a matching gift program.

Each company has its own guidelines for employees, spouses, retirees, and widows/widowers. Most corporate procedures are simple:


Request a Matching Form from your company.


Complete and submit the form to Tarleton State University along with your gift.


Tarleton will verify the completed form and return it to the company.


The company issues a matching gift contribution to Tarleton State University.


Completed forms can be sent with your personal gift to:

Office of Advancement Services
Box T-0260
Stephenville, TX 76402

For more information about Corporate and Foundation giving please contact the Office of Development at (254)968-9769.

Thank you in advance for your support.

Graduating students sit with caps and gowns at commencement ceremony in Memorial Stadium.
"I am teaching today because of the scholarships I received while at Tarleton. I saw each scholarship as a direct investment in my life as a teacher. That investment will continue to grow as I invest in each of my students in the classroom. It is a gift that keeps on giving."

- Candace Hoggard

"It is such a wonderful feeling knowing that I will have a minimal amount of debt to repay. I have the scholarships I received at Tarleton to thank for that."

- Amy Hudson

Ely Borrero

"During my time at Tarleton, I was able to gain key leadership skills, such as staff management, presentation and public relation skills, that I use every day in my current career. Without my experiences at Tarleton, uncovering my passions, strengths and career goals would have been an uphill battle."

- Ely Borrero