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Matching Gifts

Multiply the impact of your donation to the Norton Healthcare Foundation or Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Did you know that thousands of companies match their employees’ donations to our organizations?

Use the below search tool to see if your company will match your donation and how to access the forms, guidelines and instructions that you need to submit a matching gift.

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You may need the following information when submitting a matching gift through your company’s electronic portal, or if your company uses a paper form:

Our Mailing Address:

Norton Healthcare Foundation or

Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation Attn: Matching Gifts

234 E. Gray St., Suite 450
Louisville, KY 40202

Our contact information:

Phone: (502) 629-8060

Email: foundations@nortonhealthcare.org

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