Every year, Federal employees are given a unique opportunity to assist others less fortunate than themselves. Through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), each of us can give to his or her favorite charity organization. These charities help so many people, including some right in our own communities who struggle every day to find shelter, provide food for their families, or just stay warm. Things that most of us take for granted.
Perhaps you know someone who is battling long-term illness, disease, or is homeless. Perhaps you know a veteran who is thousands of miles away from a family who are struggling with unmet needs. CFC is a once-a-year opportunity to help those you know and many more you do not to find the care and relief they seek. If you don’t have the time to volunteer to a cause or the resources to make a difference on your own, the Combined Federal Campaign provides the power of many federal employees all contributing to worthy charities.
I want to thank the many hard working and dedicated federal employees who have contributed to CFC over the years. Your contributions have helped many, many people with food, clothing, and shelter during their time of need. To those who are new to federal employment and to those who haven’t yet experienced the blessing of helping others through CFC, I invite you to consider giving this year. This CFC guide booklet includes hundreds of local, national, and international organizations to choose from, and I encourage you to consider donating to the 2016 Combined Federal Campaign.
Remember: every dollar counts and together we do make a difference!
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