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Where do I enter my password? As an enhancement to our online system, in 2011 the Verizon Foundation began using Single Sign On (SSO) to allow active employees to access the Verizon Foundation matching gifts system directly from the company network without having to provide their Employee Giving ID and password. If you are a retiree or don’t otherwise have access to the company network, you can still log in just as you always have with your Employee Giving ID and Password.

What’s the difference between the Verizon “Intranet” and “Public Internet”? The method that is used to log you into your Verizon Foundation matching gifts system account will vary depending upon whether you are currently logged into the Verizon Corporate Intranet. If you’re currently logged into your computer at work or connected remotely into the company network via a VPN, then you should choose the first option. All others should choose the “Public Internet” option so that we can prompt you for your credentials before sending you into our site.

What’s the difference between SSO and “Employee Giving ID?” If you are currently logged into your computer at work or connected to the Verizon corporate network remotely via a VPN, choose “I am on the Verizon Intranet” to log into the Matching Gifts system. Choose “I am on the Public Internet” if you are not on the Verizon Intranet.”

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