Tag Archives: Combined Federal Campaign

DoD Raises $14M for 2016 Federal Charity Campaign

The Defense Department collected nearly $14 million for a federal workplace campaign in 2016, the biggest agency contributor of the past year’s campaign, DoD News reported Thursday. Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work said at a Pentagon awards ceremony that DoD accounted for 40 percent of total federal agency contributions to the 2016 Combined Federal …

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OPM Changes Federal Workplace Fundraising Rules

The Office of Personnel Management has updated its guidelines on fundraising efforts by federal civilian and military employees in the workplace, Federal Times reported Tuesday. Sean Reilly writes OPM completed a set of rewritten rules for the annual Combined Federal Campaign and will enact the changes starting in 2015. Federal …

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DoD’s CFC Campaign Raises $21M for Charities

Members of the Defense Department and military services raised $21 million in 2013 thousands of charities that the agency supports, the American Forces Press Service reported Thursday. Terri Moon Cronk writes the money will be used to fund 4,400 institutions recognized by the Combined Federal Campaign program. Christine Fox, acting …

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50th Season of Combined Federal Campaign Underway

The 50th anniversary season of the Combined Federal Campaign started Thursday and will continue through Dec. 15, the Office of Personnel Management has announced. CFC, originally created by President John F. Kennedy in 1961, allows charitable organizations to solicit contributions from employees of the government, enabling federal employees to donate …

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