About the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is a way for federal employees to give back to their communities. In the 55 years that it has been in existence, federal employees have raised over $8 billion for charitable organizations. As one of the largest campaigns for workplace giving in the world, the funds raised every Fall season help charitable organizations in the community, across the country, and across the world.
For federal employees in the Washington, DC-Metro area, the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area (CFCNCA) is the largest single campaign under CFC. Both civilian and military federal employees were able to raise over $46 million dollars in 2015. Last year alone, federal employees, through the CFC and the CFCNCA donated $47.4 million.
Participants in the CFC are able to choose from a list of over 18,000 charities and contribute to their fundraising efforts through payroll deduction, credit/debit card, cash or check.
The Purple Heart Foundation is proud to say that we are continuing our pledge to help veterans by being a part of the 2017 Combined Federal Campaign.
The Purple Heart Foundation is proud to say that we are continuing our pledge to help veterans by being a part of the 2017 Combined Federal Campaign. To learn more about the CFC, and get answers from some Frequently Asked Questions, click here.
If you are not a federal employee but would like to give a monthly donation, click the donate button below.