Day of Giving – Support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western PA

Today, Tuesday, October 4, is “Day of Giving” when donations made online  to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western PA via PittsburghGives receive a pro-rated match! This is an outstanding opportunity to leverage a tax-exempt contribution and increase the level of your support of the Boys & Girls Clubs.  Click here to donate! See below for the Day of Giving Rules:

The Day of Giving 2011 is on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 from 12:00 a.m. ET until 11:59:59 p.m. ET.

All donations during that 24-hour period will receive a pro-rated portion of the match pool.  (As an example, if the match pool is $500,000 and the total amount raised that day is $2,000,000, then the match may be .25 cents on the dollar.)

Each nonprofit will receive one (1) check totaling all donation(s), minus the 2.9% credit card fee, plus the match portion along with donor information within 21 days of the event’s end.

Only credit card donations received through during the 24 hours of October 4, 2011 will be matched for this event.  No donations via check, cash or stock will be accepted.

Only MasterCard and Visa donations will be accepted and matched for this event.  Discover and AMEX donations will not be accepted or matched.

The minimum gift is $25.  The maximum gift that an individual can give per organization is $10,000.

Only nonprofits organizations with a current published portrait on, that primarily serve Allegheny County, are eligible to participate in the PittsburghGives  Day of Giving 2011 (organizations must submit all information by August 15, 2011.)   Westmoreland organizations are eligible to participate in Westmoreland Gives, on October 4, 2011 by Visiting This Site

Organizations are prohibited from donating to themselves.  Organizations will receive all donor information within one week of the Day of Giving 2011 unless the donor has specified to remain anonymous.  All donations are designated for operating support.

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