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Welcome to, the website devoted to helping you, the federal employee, make informed, educated decisions about giving to charity through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Here you'll find information on the participating charity federations, their members and other organizations benefiting from your payroll deduction contributions.

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Federal employees should be proud that for only the second time ever, this past year giving through the CFC exceeded $200 million! Thank you! However, with fewer than 40% of all federal employees participating in the CFC, there's room for more growth and more support to our nation's charities.

This site is designed to provide and guide you to the information you need make a "yes" decision about increasing your gift. For those who have chosen not to participate until now, hopefully it convinces you to considering making that first gift through payroll deduction. The site offers information and links to:

  • Participating charities
  • Resources about charity, volunteerism and community service
  • Feature stories demonstrating how your CFC gift impacts peoples' lives
  • Accountability standards participating charities must meet
  • The Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) CFC web site.

Media Resources also offers news and information for journalists interested in the CFC and the volunteer activities of federal employees. The site contains fact sheets, background information, links to participating charities and their media contacts, and more.

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We encourage you to bookmark and visit often as content will be updated and added to regularly. In addition, we plan to seek your perspective through chat rooms, on-line surveys, webcasts and other forms of interactive communication. is not a federal website. It is designed and brought to you by the National Federations participating in the CFC.

Please send your comments to is produced by the National Federations in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) and represents thousands of charities participating in the CFC. Federations are groups of charities that have come together — oftentimes because of common interests and goals — to maximize their efficiency and effectiveness in workplace fundraising, including the CFC. is not an official instrument or publication of the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the federal agency responsible for the administration of the CFC.

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