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This memorandum transmits the 2007 CFC Model Pledge Form and accompanying guidance for use by all local campaigns. Changes from the 2006 Model Pledge Form are detailed below. Unless otherwise stated, these changes must appear on all local campaign pledge forms, according to the CFC regulations at 5 CFR § 950.402. Other modifications, except those noted, may not be made without prior approval from OPM.
There is no requirement on the size of the pledge form. This is a decision that may be made by the local campaign.
Each campaign should take steps to clearly indicate the campaign name, local campaign four-digit control number (not to be confused with the new five-digit charity codes), and contact information on the face of the form. This will help to reduce errors in data entry at the payroll office level.
Campaigns may add their local giving levels and award recognition options to the pledge form without approval by OPM.
Requests for modifications can be sent to email@example.com. Requests must specify each specific modification (additions or deletions) that is being requested and include a review copy of the pledge form in its proposed format.
Questions and comments on this guidance should be directed to Cherlynn Stevens, Operations Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2007 CFC Model Pledge Form