You may be able to double, triple or quadruple the amount of your gift by taking advantage of a corporate matching program. Several companies offer retirees and widows of employees the same matching gift opportunities they offer current employees.
If your company has a program, you may be able to make a larger donation to A&M without further reducing your own assets and still receive a charitable deduction for the amount you give.
Your company might match check, cash, credit card or publicly traded security donations.
You can search our database to find out if your company will match your gift to the Texas A&M Foundation.
Each qualifying employer has a slightly different process and deadline, so be sure to check with your HR department for details.
The Foundation has matching opportunities through the John Tom Campbell '45 Endowed Scholarship Program, which will provide matching funds in $25,000 increments for 54 study abroad scholarships. Twenty-two of the available matching scholarships were established as of June 1, 2017.