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Thank you for contributing through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Your tax deductible donations support thousands of worthy causes.
The CFC is comprised of almost 200 individual campaigns throughout the United States and overseas. Each of these campaigns has a unique list of participating charitable organizations. Please contact your local CFC office for your local CFC Charity List. Contact information can be found using our Campaign Locator.
If you would like more information about the finances, services, benefits or programs an organization provides, you may contact the organization directly using the information provided in the charity listing available through your local campaign office. To receive a listing of local charities in your area, please visit the Campaign Locator section of the website where you can access a listing of local campaigns.
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CFC's involvement with the nonprofit sector is not limited to direct financial support. Each campaign is run by a volunteer group of Federal employees who work with experienced nonprofit executives in their communities to generate contributions and distribute them to eligible charities. This also provides an opportunity for Federal workers to become involved in their communities and to have their giving and volunteering efforts viewed as a direct extension of their commitment to public service. If you would like to know more about participating in your local CFC campaign, go to the Campaign Locator and contact the Local Federal Coordinating Committee or your agency coordinator or key-worker.