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Office of Development & Alumni Engagement at Tarleton State University

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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:

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Request a Matching Form from your company.

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

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

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

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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