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Campaigns for Federal and State Employees

What is the CFC?

The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the only authorized solicitation of Federal employees in their workplaces on behalf of approved charitable organizations.

 The CFC began in the early 1960’s to coordinate the fundraising efforts of various charitable organizations so that the Federal donor would only be solicited once in the workplace and have the opportunity to make charitable contributions through payroll deduction.

Federal employees continue to make the CFC the largest and most successful workplace philanthropic fundraiser in the world. Continuing a long-standing tradition of selfless giving, in 2011, Federal employees raised over $281 million dollars for charitable causes around the world.



2016 Combined Federal Campaign 

We willl be accepting 2016 Local Applications from charities February 1, 2016 - April 1, 2016.

Applications can be found at the OPM website:

If you have any questions, please contact Sandy Wierzbic at


2015 Giving Guide - Download the PDF or send the link to the 2013 Giving Guide to share with employees

2015 Training Guide  - Basic information on running a great CFC campaign with your office

2015 Supply Order Form - Order campaign supplies such as brochures, pledge forms, etc.... 

2015 Important Keyworker Information - View campaign dates, wrap-up information, etc... 



What is the CVC?

The Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC) is the tool that facilitates State Employee workplace giving (a service of the Department of Human Resource Management). The CVC site is provided as a resource for charities, campaign volunteers, donors, and people who want to be more involved in their communities.  Click here to visit the CVC website.

Since 1997, employees have raised over $30 million!  Employees may designate their gift to a specific charity (or multiple charities) or to all the charities in their part of the state. With over 1300 charities, there are plenty of choices for employee giving.


Please contact Sandy Weirzbic with questions about the CFC or CVC Campaigns: