Want to double the impact of your contribution? Many companies and some law firms will match a gift to the Law School. If you or your spouse works for an employer offering this benefit, contact your personnel office about a matching gift. Depending on your employer's program, it can be made online, by automated phone system, or with a paper form to be submitted with your gift.
How does the matching gift program work?
When you make a gift to Maryland Carey Law, your employer makes a gift in your name as well. For example, if you make a gift of $500, your employer may contribute a corresponding gift ranging from $250–$1,000, depending on your company’s matching policy.
What are the advantages?
Donors who obtain such matching gifts achieve a double benefit. They have the satisfaction of knowing their gifts to the Law School have been leveraged and they are recognized by the Law School for their effort in helping to arrange for the matching gift. As a donor, you will be credited with the total combined contribution of your gift plus the corporate match.
How do I know if my employer matches gifts?
Visit our matching gift search engine to find out if your employer matches your charitable gifts. If they do, you’ll be able to view your company's guidelines and procedures for matching gifts. Please work with your employer to ensure the matching gift is properly issued.
To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please click here.
I have a printable, Matching Gift Form, what do I do next?
If your company is eligible, request a matching gift form from your employer, and send it completed and signed with your gift or shortly after making a gift. We will do the rest.
To expedite the processing of matching gifts, please mail your signed matching gift form to the Law School. Mail to:
Assistant Director, Donor Relations and Stewardship
Office of Development & Alumni Relations
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
500 W. Baltimore Street
If you have questions, e-mail Sarah Jackson or call 410-706-5458.
Gifts for the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and its schools, are administered by the University of Maryland Baltimore Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization, and are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.