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We are pleased to issue the National/International part of the 2007 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Charity List. As always, unless we notify you of any changes to the contrary, this must be reproduced exactly in your local campaign Charity List and on any applicable electronic information system.
The list is being provided in two formats -- Microsoft Word 7.0 and Excel 7.0. In addition, we are making available the Preface and Introduction that was previously distributed April 24, a Table of Contents, alphabetical and numerical indexes and a version of the National/International list without the 25 word description for use by smaller campaigns (see 5 CFR §950.401(k)). The attached Preface and Introduction must be reproduced exactly in your local campaign Charity List and on any applicable electronic information system.
There are 2,043 national/international organizations participating in the 2007 CFC. This includes three new National/International federations: Aging and Disabilities Charities of America, AIDS Global Action, and Peace and Reconciliation Charities.
The 2007 campaign will introduce the new, unique five-digit codes for participating charities at the local and national/international levels. Campaigns may only reproduce the new five-digit codes that were issued by the Office of CFC Operations (OCFCO). If you have any local organizations that have not received a new five-digit code, please contact OCFCO immediately.
A cross-reference table of participating national/international charities with their previously-assigned four-digit codes and newly-assigned five-digit codes is attached for your reference. Please see CFC Memorandum 2007-3 for more information on training and marketing related to the new codes
The CFC regulations at 5 C.F.R. Part 950 require that the order of the parts of the Charity List be rotated annually. This year the order is: 1) National/International Organizations; 2) International Organizations, and; 3) Local Organizations. The order of these parts and order of federations in each part cannot be altered by campaigns. As a reminder, the Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) must determine by a random drawing the order in which local federations and the alphabetical group of independent organizations appear in the Charity List (5 CFR §950.401(g)(2)). Links to the National/International charity lists posted on the OPM/CFC website are not permissible as a substitute for the complete listing of local, national, and international charities.
The complete content of the CFC Charity List must be made available to all Federal employees in either paper or electronic formats. Electronic formats must also be consistent with Guidelines for the Use of E-Technology in the CFC, Section 2.2, provided as an attachment below.
If you have questions about the attached National/International part of the Charity List, Preface and Introduction, Table of Contents, or alphabetical and numerical indexes, please email OCFCO at email@example.com.
Best wishes for a successful campaign!
The 2007 CFC National/International Charity List was revised on August 2, 2007. See CFC Memorandum 2007-6 for more information.
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