Malloy Will Match Is Back For Year 3 - Now Matching Up To $20,000!!!
In December of 2020 I challenged my friends and colleagues to make donations to a select group of Massachusetts-based charitable organizations. I pledged to match $5,000 in donations, which meant a potential $10K for charity. After a swift and overwhelming response, we met the $5,000 goal in just a couple of days, so I increased my personal match to $15,000, which was likewise achieved in just under a week. My partners at Moriarty Troyer & Malloy LLC stepped in and “matched-my-match” by pledging an additional $15,000 in matching funds. We collectively raised over $68,000 in just 3 short weeks!
After another successful campaign in 2021 we have now raised over $134,000 in two years for many well-deserving organizations throughout Massachusetts.
Malloy Will Match Returns for 2022
The carefully selected organizations address needs related to food insecurity, housing and shelter, mental health, and children-based organizations which support kids dealing with these circumstances. Because the need in our communities continues to grow, this year I have increased my personal match to $20,000!
Thank you for taking the time and being interested. Think of it - a small $10 donation begets $20, a $50, $100 and so on. I know everyone has organizations and causes which are important to them, and it is also a time of year when folks are being asked to donate to a number of varied and worthwhile causes. But, if you are in a position where you already intended to donate but weren’t sure where your funds would have the most impact, consider this campaign. Select from these organizations, donate, and have your gift doubled.
Donate directly to any of the 10 amazing local Massachusetts organizations listed here on the home page.
Email your donation receipt to Chris Malloy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or Direct Message your receipt to Chris on Instagram or Facebook.
Chris will match your donation dollar-for-dollar up to $20K. That's all you have to do. Thank you for your donations!
Women's Lunch Place
A daytime shelter in Boston for women experiencing homelessness & poverty. Offering meals support and a warm, welcoming community.
HopeWell seeks to enrich the lives & expand the opportunities of individuals & families in need of love, support, & safe places to grow & thrive.
The SHINE Initiative
Giving youth a voice to talk about mental health through awareness and education.
A Place to Turn
A Place To Turn is committed to providing emergency food, diapers, and personal care to our neighbors in the MetroWest community. We will serve those in need in an atmosphere of caring and mutual respect.
Lovin’ Spoonfuls is dedicated to facilitating the rescue and distribution of healthy, fresh food that would otherwise be discarded throughout Greater Boston, MetroWest, Hampden County and beyond. We connect community resources by linking grocery stores, produce wholesalers, and farms to local meal programs and social service entities serving those in need.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Massachusetts (NAMI Massachusetts) is a nonprofit grassroots organization. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people diagnosed with mental health conditions and their families.
A private non-profit organization that works on behalf of children engaged with the MA Department of Children and Families. We provide comfort and dignity to children in traumatic situations and enrich childhoods that have been impacted by abuse and neglect.
Father Bill's & MainSpring
Working to end homelessness in Southern Massachusetts with programs that provide permanent housing, emergency shelter, job training and supportive services.
Hunger happens when there isn’t enough money to pay for rent, childcare, or medications, and still have enough left over to buy groceries to last all week. Project Bread makes it easier for people to access and afford food with dignity - money for groceries, healthy meals for kids in their schools and all summer long, an expert helping you navigate your options to finally make ends meet.
Our programs demonstrate that people with mental illnesses can and do lead productive, happy lives. We offer a sense of community, friendship, employment opportunities, housing assistance, and education support.