The Combined Federal Campaign, the largest workplace charitable giving drive in the world, is underway and runs through Jan. 12.
The campaign theme, Show Some Love, highlights impacts and causes donors care about. It is complemented by Show You Care messaging, which emphasizes the volunteer component of the campaign.
“It is important to recognize the collective impact federal employees and retirees are having when they give through the CFC,” said Vince Micone, chairperson of the Local Federal Coordinating Committee that oversees the CFCNCA. “This year, we want to highlight the positive effects these everyday philanthropists are having on the lives of those in need around the country and the world.”
Here in the National Capital Area, which includes Fort Belvoir, the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area hosted a launch event Sept. 18. The CFCNCA is the charitable giving program for federal employees and retirees in the region. This year’s goal is $34 million.
With approximately 7,000 participating charities, the campaign gives donors many options to support causes they care about. Whether one is passionate about homelessness, disaster relief, veterans, education, animal welfare, or any other cause, the campaign has a charity for each person to support.
CFC is the only authorized charitable organization solicitation of federal employees in their workplaces.
Federal employees who want to donate or learn more about the campaign should speak with their organization’s key worker. Federal employees and retirees may also visit www.cfcnca.org.
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