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Kit Crawford
Kit Crawford

As owner and co-CEO of Clif Bar & Company, Kit has been an integral part of LUNAFEST and other LUNA efforts that support the Breast Cancer Fund.

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Give Through Your Work

Workplace giving

Your workplace gift to the Breast Cancer Fund will help protect our bodies and our environment from toxic chemicals linked to breast cancer. Together we can stop this disease before it starts.

Many businesses, including the federal government, will help facilitate your gift through a workplace program. Your employer may even offer matching funds, which makes your money go even further!

Combined Federal Campaign for Federal Employees

Are you a federal employee or military personnel looking for an easy way to support breast cancer prevention? Make a pre-tax contribution by selecting the Breast Cancer Fund (#10616) on your Combined Federal Campaign pledge. One hundred percent of the money donated through the Combined Federal Campaign will support the Breast Cancer Fund’s groundbreaking work to prevent breast cancer by eliminating our exposure to toxic chemicals and radiation linked to the disease. Explore our site to learn more.

Workplace Giving

Through workplace giving, employees donate to charitable organizations of their choice, primarily through one-time or ongoing payroll deductions. This easy and efficient way to give provides a steady source of income for the Breast Cancer Fund. To find out if your company participates, check with your employer’s human resources or corporate giving personnel and ask to include the Breast Cancer Fund as your beneficiary of choice.

Employer Matching Gifts

Many employers offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations. Most of these programs match contributions dollar for dollar, and some will even double or triple the amount of your gift! To find out if your employer will match gifts to the Breast Cancer Fund, check with the human resources or corporate giving personnel at your office.