Toolkits

Be sure to click on the title of each toolkit below for access to all the available information, instructions, and resources.

Thank You Resources

Thank you for choosing to Show Some Love

Saying “thank you” is a critical part of running a successful campaign. Like the pieces of a puzzle, the campaign is dependent on various pieces fitting together and doing their part to create a beautiful mosaic of giving. Each of these pieces needs to be shown some love. Campaign workers need to know their extra hours of service did not go unnoticed.

Campaign Managers and Coordinators can implement the following activities at their agency, installation, office, or unit to express gratitude for all of those coming together to make the campaign a success. 

Finish Strong Toolkit

Finish Strong

Help make the end of the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) a huge success! Campaign workers can race to the finish by implementing the following activities in their agency, installation, office, or reporting unit to encourage giving during the final week of the campaign.

International Volunteer Day Toolkit

International Volunteer Day graphic

December 5 is International Volunteer Day and we’re hoping to get in as many hours pledged through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) as possible to celebrate! Campaign Managers and Outreach Coordinators can implement the following activities at the agency/installation, office/unit level, or zone level to help promote International Volunteer Day and encourage CFC pledges of volunteerism.

#GivingTuesday Toolkit

Giving Tuesday Graphic

Help make #GivingTuesday (Nov. 27) the day with the largest online giving total of this year’s Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)!  Campaign Managers and Outreach Coordinators can implement the following activities at the agency/installation, office/unit level, or zone level to help promote #GivingTuesday and encourage online pledging.

Cause Week Toolkit

rescue workers walking through flood water

Use these resources to publicize the Cause of the Week in your agency or installation intranet site, newsletter or other publication, and social media platforms.

To learn more about each Cause Week, visit the Key Dates and Cause Weeks page.