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2016 CFC Giving Results Announced

Dear CFC Stakeholders:

Thanks to your efforts and the generosity of more than 400,000 Federal employees, the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) raised over $167 million for local, national and international charities last fall. These funds make a real and meaningful difference to a countless number of individuals throughout the world.

 
 

2017 Charity Application Deadline Extended to March 17

The response to the new Combined Federal Campaign application system has been tremendous and the Office of CFC continues to offer organizations training on the use of the new system and on newly revised CFC regulations, which came into effect on January 1, 2017.  In addition, there has been some misunderstanding among charities about the new application process.  Therefore, in an effort to clarify the process and to offer every opportunity to nonprofit organizations seeking to participate in this outstanding program, the OPM Acting Director extended the application deadline through March 17, 2017...

 
 

2017 CFC Training Presentations

Here are the Presentations from the 2017 CFC Training in San Antonio, TX. 

In addition to theChris Jarvis presentation on the "Power of Employee Volunteering," two fliers on a follow-up course he is offering.  Empathy in Motion: The Power of Employee Volunteering, offers a perspective on the power of volunteering that goes beyond the traditional, transactional model. It teaches learners about changing hearts and minds and then offers practical guidance on how to turn their knowledge into action.

 
 

2017 CFC Training Plans Underway

Mark your calendars for the 2017 CFC National Training to be held February 15-16, 2017 in San Antonio, Texas. This training event is designed to assist Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) members navigate the CFC application review system, the Outreach Coordinator (OC) selection process, and LFCC governance. With system demonstrations and presentations on charity eligibility and documentation requirements, there’s a lot for CFC-participating organizations, too. Don’t miss out!

 
 

President Obama Authorizes OPM to Create More Opportunities for Feds to Support Community Charities

The way federal employees and retirees will participate in the Combined Federal Campaign is about to change thanks to an amendment to Executive Order 12353 President Barack Obama signed October 13.  The revised order authorizes the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to implement changes to the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). These changes are significant and amount to a “game changer” for the CFC program and its stakeholders.

The two changes enable OPM to allow participation by annuitants; and introduce volunteerism through the CFC.

 
 

Campaign Updates

The Center for Naval Analysis held its 43rd annual Combined Federal Campaign Kickoff in unique fashion.  Read all about the event and their campaign plans in the article below.

Send us your creative campaign updates to show us how you are being creative in Making It Possible to connect people with their favorite local, national and international charities.

 
 

It’s Time to "Make It Possible"

DoD Loaned Executives

DoD CFC Kicks Off 15 SEP

From East Alabama to Puerto Rico, from the National Capital Region (NCR) to the five Overseas Combatant Commands, September marks the beginning of another “open season” for making pledges to charities approved to participate in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).

 
 

2015 Campaign Videos, Messages and PSAs

The following video resources were produced by the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area (CFCNCA) for official use in local campaign areas and in Federal offices and installations.  In addition to You Tube links that will run you your browser of choice, you can download versions of these files below.  Note that the Captioned and Open versions of the two-minute video files are larger than 200MB each. 

 
 

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