This is the official Combined Federal Campaign website for the Mid-Michigan CFC.
This site has been reviewed and approved by the Mid-Michigan Local Federal Coordinating Committee for the 2014 CFC campaign.
With the year getting older, the sights and sounds of the fall season are now upon us. Trees turning color, gardens yielding their last produce, and loyal sports fans cheering their favorite teams are all a part of this special time of our year. Crisp autumn nights and cool sunny days are a reminder that the holidays are not far away. Likewise, the coming of fall should remind you that the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) season has arrived.
Each year, federal employees have a unique opportunity to assist others in real need. Through CFC, we are able to give to our favorite charity organizations. These organizations help people in our local communities, across the US, and around the globe. CFC charities use our donations to provide basic items such as food, medicine, and a warm place to stay. For most of us, these things are taken for granted. When contributing to CFC, you are joining thousands of others making a difference by supporting worthy charities.
I’d like to thank all those federal employees who’ve contributed to CFC over the years. Every dollar counts for these charities and it’s amazing what they can do with the donations they receive. If you haven’t had the opportunity to donate via CFC, why not consider starting a new tradition of giving this year? This CFC booklet offers hundreds of local, national, and international organizations to choose from. I hope you consider donating to this year’s Combined Federal Campaign.
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