2018 Employee Giving Touchdown Program

Football season is nearly upon us, and once again this year, every time your hometown team scores a touchdown, Concordia will score too!

The CLM Foundation Office brings back by popular demand an innovative employee giving campaign designed to produce both fun and funds, to benefit Concordia’s charitable care funds at our western PA, Akron and Tampa locations. It’s time to again say hello to another Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns season! We’re excited to add the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to our roster as well for those of you in Florida!

From now through Thursday, Sept. 6 at 5 p.m., you’re invited to sign up for our Concordia Employee Giving Touchdown Campaign. We ask you to pledge a minimum of 50 cents for each Steelers, Browns or Buccaneers touchdown scored during the 2018 regular season (ending Dec. 30, 2018). When the regular season concludes, we’ll calculate your gift total and help you facilitate your contribution. It’s that easy! For reference, last year the Steelers scored 43 touchdowns, Tampa Bay scored 38 touchdowns and Cleveland scored 27.

Click here to jump to the online pledge form below.

Remember our deadline: Thursday, Sept. 6 at 5 p.m. All employees who sign-up before the deadline are eligible to win prizes at the conclusion of the regular football season!

Have questions? Call the Foundation Office at ext. 8355 (at Cabot), or (724) 352-1571 ext. 8355 (outside of Cabot).

You are one of the many blessings who have supported Concordia’s Christ-centered mission to serve those in need of care. Because of you, our dedication to care for His people is unwavering.

Thank you for your participation in this fun campaign that will continue to provide so many people with the opportunity to access quality care.

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