The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the only authorized solicitation of Federal employees in their workplace on behalf of approved charitable organizations. The CFC coordinates the fund-raising effort of various charitable organizations so that the federal donor would only be solicited once, annually, in the workplace and have the opportunity to make charitable contributions through payroll deduction.
Federal employees continue to make the CFC the largest and most successful workplace philanthropic fundraiser in the world.
Check out our Young Artists Art Contest! Entries due Friday, May 1!
Check out our Young Artists Art Contest!
Entries due Friday, May 1!
Universal Giving is a new option available to Federal employess that allows you to donate to any of the over 24,000 CFC-approved charities in the U.S., regardless of the location. Now you can give to a hometown charity no matter where you are in the country. You can search for charities online through our online search tool.
Please be aware that the charity must be an approved participant in CFC. You can make your designations online or through a paper pledge.
The Chesapeake Bay Area Combined Federal Campaign (CBACFC) is looking for young artists who would like to compete in the young artists art contest. The winning pictures (one grand prize winner from each of the three age groups) will be viewed by thousands of federal employees and featured on the CBACFC website. Selected drawings could be used in campaign materials distributed throughout federal agencies in the Chesapeake Bay Area for the upcoming 2015 Combined Federal Campaign. Each Grand Prize winner will also receive a $20 Amazon.com Gift Card.
Contestants must be a relative of a current or retired Federal employee and be between the ages of 5-13 years (as of May 1, 2015).