What is the CFC?
The Combined Federal Campaign is the largest and most successful workplace giving campaign in the world. Over eight billion dollars have been raised for local, national and international charities. With the CFC, federal employees have the confidence and convience to give to any of the over 25,000 charities in the campaign.
Preview one of the videos for more info about the CFC.
A Message from President Obama
"I Make It Possible" Video
'Tis the season for giving...thank you for your generous contributions.
CFC closes on 12-15-2016.
Online tax deductible contributions must be made by 12-15-2016.
Paper pledge form cash and check contributions must be received NLT 12-31-2016 to be processed. Contact your keyworker to collect your contribution.
2016 payroll deductions are 2017 tax deductible contributions.
Final Blitz Challenge
Choose YOUR Cause: If every federal employee and military civilian and soldier contributed just $52 annually ($2 per civilian pay period or $4 per military allotment), the campaign would provide over 5.1 million dollars to "Care for Causes."
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Not sure of the cause to support?
|Connect RMCFC||Choose Your Cause|
Charity Applications - Charity applications are no longer being accepted for the 2014 fall solicitation. Please check back in January of 2015 for application information.
The 2013 in the Rocky Mountain Region was a success on so many levels! Through the generosity of the Federal Employees, the CFC raised $2,692, 325 for charity. Even with Colorado floods and fires affecting our local campaign and the Government shut down which affected all employees, we were able to stay focused on giving back to others in need. On behalf of all of our local, national and international charities, we thank you for your tremendous efforts!
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|CFC - MY CAUSE: describe the cause you support, dedicate your pledge, share your story.|
Rocky Mountain CFC
Bureau of Prisons
Department of Interior - IBC
DOI Office of Surface Mining