Many people who work for large companies do not realize that they can take advantage of benefits that can double their contribution to F.A.R.M.S. without any increase in their own contribution.
The benefit is called donation matching and generally provides that the company will match any donations by an employee to a recognized charity. Normally, this must be done by a payroll deduction, and you will have to check with your company's benefits departments to find out if they have the program and, if so, how you go about signing up for it. Some companies require special information about the charity before they will provide matching funds. If your company needs more information, please either have them contact F.A.R.M.S. directly, or you can contact us for the needed data.
After you sign up for the program, your $10- or $20-a-month donation to F.A.R.M.S. automatically becomes $20 or $40, and that can do a lot to further Book of Mormon research.