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Frequently Asked Questions Combined Federal Campaign

Is a Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) required to keep any type of data base, provide notice of the application period, and/or mail annual applications to charitable organizations?

Yes. LFCCs must ensure that local charitable organizations are given adequate notice of the application period and process and that the applications are made available to interested parties. This may be done by posting the forms on the campaign website and/or sending the forms to charities via email. LFCCs can provide such notice through various public service announcements which include but are not limited to local newspapers, radio and television stations, etc. The LFCC should also ensure the PCFO maintains a mailing list of local charitable organizations that have requested information and tracks the receipt of completed charity applications in a database or by other means.

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