CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS:
Literacy Stewards ($100,000–$249,999)
UGI Utilities has generously supported RIF programs in Pennsylvania for over 20 years, helping to provide books and resources to some of the state’s most academically vulnerable 1st graders.
Since 1998, RIF has participated in America’s Charities' Children First federation of workplace giving campaigns. Over the years, thousands of individual donors have designated over $1.6 million to RIF through Combined Federal Campaign, state and local federated campaigns, and various corporate workplace giving campaigns.
Nestlé USA Nestlé USA has been a longtime supporter of RIF at both the local and national level. Through direct donations and the corporation’s matching gift program, Nestlé has provided funding for books for millions of children.
Capital One has been a longtime supporter of RIF, supporting RIF since 1997. The CapOne “Give Hope Debit Card Program” has helped RIF to put more than half a million books into the hands of boys and girls.
ConocoPhillips generously supported RIF with $118,000 through a matching campaign run in 2011.