You may be able to support Focus on the Family through your workplace. Most large cities run municipal campaigns and some universities run campaigns as well. As a result, many state and local employees have the opportunity of giving through payroll deductions at work. If your employer provides a workplace giving program please contact them to see if Focus on the Family is one of your choices. Your gift, given through your employer, will help Focus continue to reach out to hurting families.
State agencies employ a wide range of professionals from schoolteachers to college professors. They include law enforcement agencies, transit employees, sanitation employees, and government administrators.
Most state campaign committees require that charities register with a regulatory agency within the state. Although Focus on the Family has applied to many states we are not able to participate in every one. Some states will not allow us to participate because of the religious nature of our ministry. Others require a local office within their state. Our federation, Neighbor to Nation, assists us in making application to the states and complying with their regulations. Check with your employer to see if Focus is a choice in your campaign.
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