Many companies match charitable donations made by their employees and retirees. This is an incredible way to double the impact of your gift.
Employer Matching Gifts
Matching gifts are a benefit offered by many companies to encourage philanthropy amongst their employees. For most companies, it’s as easy as completing an online or paper form and returning it to MSK. We confirm your gift and send the necessary paperwork directly to your company. If you cannot find specific instructions through MSK’s search tool, contact your company’s Corporate Philanthropy or Human Resources department to initiate the process.
The Matching Gift Process
- Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) Cancer Alliance This membership helps you receive world-class care, including clinical trials and the latest cancer treatments, close to home. MSK, a world leader in cancer treatment and research, created the MSK Cancer Alliance to bring the latest advances in cancer care to community care settings such as Lehigh.
- The latest tweets from @sloankettering.
Step 1: Search Employer
Enter your company name in the search tool below to find out if your employer has a matching gifts program. If your company does not come up, contact your human resource or philanthropy department directly. Your gift may still get matched!
Step 2: Apply for Match
For the 31st year, U.S. News & World Report has deemed Memorial Sloan Kettering one of the top two cancer hospitals in the nation.
If your company participates, please follow the instructions given or contact your human resources or philanthropy department for the appropriate paperwork.
Step 3: Send Forms
Mail completed forms to MSK’s Matching Gifts department, or submit the necessary information through your company’s online portal (if available).
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Attn: Matching Gifts, Office of Development
PO Box 27106
New York, NY 10087-7106
Memorial Sloan Kettering My Chart
Email: [email protected]
Step 4: We Do the Rest!
Once the match is confirmed, you will receive a confirmation notification of your match being submitted and your company will send the match donation directly to MSK.
Can’t find your company in the search? Please contact your human resources or philanthropy department to see if you can establish a matching gifts program with MSK. Or learn about additional ways to engage your workplace in the MSK mission!
Still have a question?
Check out our frequently asked questions, or contact us at [email protected] or 800-585-4118.
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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center does not accept contributions from tobacco-related companies or other companies or organizations that do not appropriately reflect the nature of the Center’s mission.
To be eligible for a corporate match, original gifts must be donated directly to MSK, Cycle for Survival, Fred’s Team, The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering, or Kids Walk for Kids, not through a third party website. It is the responsibility of event participants and organizers to make their supporters aware of this policy.
We cannot confirm any matching gift requests with your company until your original gift has been fully processed in our system. This can take several weeks. Once gifts are confirmed, payment times vary from company to company.
MSK's tax ID number (EIN) is 13-1924236. If you need a letter, please contact [email protected] or 800-585-4118 to obtain MSK’s tax ID letter and/or W-9 document. We will respond to you within 48 business hours.
Yes! Matching gifts are automatically added to the same fundraising page that the original donation was made to. Please allow several weeks from submitting your match request for it to appear on your page.
If your company uses an online portal, you can often check the status via your intranet. If that is not an option or for more specific updates please contact [email protected] or 800-585-4118. Be sure to include your company name, original gift amount, and original gift date in any correspondence to help us best assist you.
It can take several weeks for matching gifts to be confirmed in our system. If you do not receive immediate confirmation please allow for this grace time.
In rare instances, we may be unable to locate your original gift, and therefore are unable to confirm the match with your company. In other cases, your company’s match policies may prohibit approval of the match. Please contact your Corporate Philanthropy or Human Resources department for detailed guidelines for your company’s matching gifts program.
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A cancer patient opened fire inside a Manhattan hospital on Thursday night before barricading himself in a bathroom for several hours, sources and police said.
The 65-year-old man fired five or six shots inside Memorial Sloan Kettering’s urgent care facility on East 67th Street at about 8:45 p.m., law enforcement sources said.
The man, who was released from the hospital Thursday, was taken into custody just before midnight, police said.
No injuries were immediately reported, police said.
The shooting sparked a massive police response, with the NYPD’s hostage negotiation and emergency service units on hand.
It was not immediately clear if the man held any hostages during the standoff.
The department’s 19th Precinct had urged the public to avoid the area.
'There is an active police investigation occurring inside Sloan Kettering Hospital located at 425 E 67 Street,' the precinct tweeted.
'Please avoid the area & expect a large police presence.'