The Combined Federal Campaign (cfc) For San Diego & Imperial Counties, Coachella Valley & 29 Palms

Encourages philanthropy and provides all Federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all.

About Opm

The mission of the CFC is to promote and support philanthropy through a program that is employee focused, cost-efficient, and effective in providing all federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all.

CFC is the world's largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign, with approximately 150+ CFC campaigns throughout the country and internationally to help to raise millions of dollars each year. Pledges made by Federal civilian, postal and military donors during the campaign season (September 1 to December 15th) support eligible non-profit organizations that provide health and human service benefits throughout the world. The Director of OPM has designated the Office of CFC Operations responsibility for day-today management of the CFC.

The OPM website will be of interest to anyone interested in workplace giving nu propriété. If you have comments or questions, please contact the Office of the CFC Operations at cfc[at]opm.gov.

You can reach the OPM website at www.opm.gov/cfc

SOCAL CFC'S CAMPAIGN TOTALS

OUR GOAL
$4,000,000
So far we’ve received donations of $3,634,678 or 91% of our goal of $4,000,000. Thank you for your generous contribution!

Available Speakers

Available speakers for campaign events. Make arrangements directly with the organization and speaker of your choice for your event.

Please contact the CFC Office if you need assistance.

Charity Speaker(s) Email & Phone
Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation

Samantha Zepeda

szepeda[at]aarbf.org

(818) 848-0223

Alpha Project for the Homeless

Travis Larson

Jay Brechtel

Janice

travis[at]alphaproject.org

kyla[at]alphaproject.org

janice[at]alphaproject.org

(619)843-8879

American Lung Association in California

Teresa Contreras

Jessie Bustamante

teresa.contreras[at]lung.org

(619)683-8650

jessie.bustamante[at]lung.org

(619)213-1321

American National Red Cross of San Diego & Imperial Counties

Laura Rice

laura.rice[at]redcross.org

(858)309-1270

Angel Flight West

Genevieve Lavin

genevieve.lavin[at]live.co.uk

(619) 569-0548

Angels Foster Family Agency

Jeff Wiemann

Jwiemann[at]angelsfoster.org

(858)397-3847

Anza-Borrego Foundation

Paige Rogowski

Ashley Kvitek

paige[at]theabf.org x1001

(760)767-0446

Ashley[at]theabf.org x1003

ARC of San Diego

Jennifer Navarra

jnavarra[at]arc-sd.com

(619)685-1178 x291

Armed Services YMCA of the USA Camp Pendleton

Chris Keane

ckeane[at]camppendletonasymca.org

(760)385-4921

Aseltine School

Gwendolen Weil

gweil[at]aseltine.org

(619)296-2135 x120

Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Diego

Stephanie Dinnen-Reini

stephanied[at]sdbigs.org

(858)536-4900x298

BirthLine of San Diego Mary Pat Warner
mwarner3[at]san.rr.com

(858)699-0208

Bonita Equestrian Therapy for the Handicapped

Roberta Jackson

sweetwaterfarms[at]cox.net

(619)267-7477

Boys and Girls Clubs of Oceanside

Rhonda Guadernrmana

rguademama[at]bgcoceanside.org

(760)433-8920

Building for a Better Tomorrow

Ron Blackburn

ron[at]babt.us

(858) 336-3672

Burn Institute

Dana Kuhn

Susan Day

dkuhn[at]burninstitute.org

sday[at]burninstitute.org

(858)541-2277

California Labradors, Retrievers and More Rescue Diane Kath
jfsphr[at]gmail.com

(858)273-5386 / (949-275-6512

Camp Goalz

Michael Muller

Jasmina Muller

director[at]campgoal.com

jasminamuller[at]aol.com

(818)370-4186

Cancer Resource Center of the Desert

Diana Peacher

dpeacher[at]crcdinc.org

(760)353-6571

Casa Cornelia Law Center

Allison Bechill

Carmen Chavez

abechill[at]casacornelia.org

cchavez[at]casacornelia.org

(619)231-7788

Casa de Amparo

Jasmine Shafik

jshafik[at]casadeamparo.org

(760)754-5500

Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego

Caroline Wessel

cwessel[at]ccdsd.org

(619)231-2828 x202

Center for Community Solutions

Edith Glassey

Gabrielle Conley

eglassey[at]ccssd.org

(858)272-5777x123

gconley[at]ccssd.org

(858) 272-5777 x120

Chula Vista Veterans Home Support Foundation

Gene Pellerin

Genep1[at]cox.net

(619)216-1820

Community Campership Council

Susan Thorning

kidscampo[at]sbcglobal.net

(858)268-9888

Conner's Cause for Children

Carol Del Signore

carol[at]connerscause.org

info[at]connerscause.org

(760)487-1592

Diabetic Partners

Ron Blackburn

ron[at]diabeticpartnersinc.com

(858) 336-3672

Deaf Community Services of San Diego

Leslie Elion

lkelion[at]dcsofsd.org

(619)550-3435

(619)398-2441

Educational Enrichment Systems Sarina Lynn
sarina[at]educ-enrichment.org

(858)569-9723 ext102

Elder Law & Advocacy

Carolyn Reilly

Jamie Levine

creilly[at]seniorlaw-sd.org

(858)565-1392

Elizabeth Hospice

Lisa Marcolongo

Michael Jenkins

lisa.marcolongo[at]ehospice.org

michael.jenkins[at]ehospice.org

(760)484-1525

Empower International Ministries

Carrie Miles

EIM[at]fastmail.fm

(714)602-7857

Extended Hands Worldwide Ministries

Cassandra Foster

info[at]ehwm.org

(619)238-1830

Feeding America San Diego

Alicia Saake

Colleen Ennis

James Wright

Amanda Schaap

asaake[at]feedingamerica.org

cennis[at]feedingamerica.org

jawright[at]feedingamericasd.org

(858)452-3663

Final Honor

Suzanne Porter

Wayne Moretti

(760) 445-1981

Fisher House Naval Medical Center San Diego

Kristin Jackson

kristin.m.jackson.naf[at]mail.mil

(619) 532-8751

Freedom Dogs

Michael Gilbert

Meribeth Russell

michael.gilbert[at]triligyfs.com

(619)618-9128

info[at]freedomdogs.org

(619)223-6574

George G Glenner Alzheimer's Family Center

Margaret Calante

Elizabeth Reinhofer

Anne Saita

Dawn Destefani

mgalante[at]glenner.org

ereinhofer[at]glenner.org

asaita[at]glenner.org

ddestefani[at]glenner.org

(619)543-4704

Girl Scouts of San Diego Jo Dee C. Jacob jjacob[at]sdgirlscouts.org
Global Impact

James Hill

jhillco[at]juno.com

(510)332-4179

Helen Woodward Animal Center

Laurel Crump

laurelc[at]animalcenter.org

(858)756-4117 x351

Home for the Holidays

Paul Phillips

paulaphillips001[at]aol.com

(619)838-8767

Huntington Disease Society of America-San Diego Chapter

Rob Millium

rjmillum[at]sbcglobal.net

(858)740-8922

Imperial Beach Community Clinic

Antonio Martinez

anmartinez[at]ibclinic.org

(619)628-5563

Imperial Valley Food Bank

Sara Griffen

sara[at]ivfoodbank.org

(760)370-0966

Interfaith Shelter Network of San Diego

Trisha Brereton

trisha[at]interfaithshelter.org

(619)702-5399

JDFR, San Diego Chapter Hal Lamb
sandiego[at]jdrf.org

(858)597-0240

Jewish Family Services of San Diego

Michael Hopkins

michaelh[at]jfssd.org

(858)637-3000

Labrador Rescuers

Bobbi Harrison

Denise Ashley

bobbiharrison3[at]cox.net

(619)253-7592

Lions, Tigers & Bears

Bobbi Brink

bobbi[at]lionstigersandbears.org

members[at]lionstigersandbears.org

(619)659-8078

Lupus Foundation of Southern CA

Pat Cavallin

info[at]lupussocal.org

(858)278-2788

(619)698-2102

Make-A-Wish Foundation

Stephanie Munoz

smunoz[at]wishsandiego.org

(858)707-9474x103

Mama's Kitchen

Alberto Cortes

alberto[at]mamaskitchen.org

(619)233-6262 x106

National Multiple Sclerosis Society Pacific South Coast

Eric Foeckler

Erich.foeckler[at]nmss.org

(619)938-5533

Next Step Service Dogs Judy Keene
judy[at]nextstepservicedogs.org

(760)438-9190

Noah Homes

Molly Nocon

hwithrington[at]noahhomes.org

(619)660-6200 x18

No Wagging Tail Left Behind

Jean Whitney

Jean-whitney[at]sbcglobal.net

(858)354-8530

Olive Crest

Pamala Griffith

Pam-griffith[at]olivecrest.org

(951)300-9828

Oceanside Ivey Ranch Association

Tonya Danielly

Kelsey Scrupps

tonya[at]iveyranch.com

(760)722-4839

Paralyzed Veterans of America, CAl-Diego John Plaza
jplaza[at]caldiegopva.org

(858)450-1443

Parents and Friends of Lesbians & Gays SD County

Bobbi Harwood

bharwoodsd[at]gmail.com

(858)453-3249

Partners Therapeutic Horsemanship

Bobbi Buettgenbach

Bbobbib[at]partnersth.org

(619)788-6375

Promising Futures

Martha Morrissey

promisingfutures[at]yahoo.com

(619)592-4850

Paws’itive Teams

Carol Davis

Charli King

Art Brauner

caroldavispt[at]gmail.com

charlikingpt[at]gmail.com

(858)385-1297

artbrauner[at]gmail.com

(858)268-8286

Pegasus Rising

Gary Adler

gadler[at]pegasusrising.org

(310) 699-4758

Planned Parenthood of San Diego and Riverside Counties

Lauren Dockweiler

ldockweiler[at]planned.org

(619)881-4622

Pro Kids Golf Academy

Susanna Rosenbaum

srosenbaum[at]prokidsonline.org

(619)798-3929

Promises2kids
Andrea Muir

Rajah Gainey

Lenny Leszcynski

Eric Ayaso

andrea[at]promises2kids.org (858)427-1103

(858)427-1110

(858)427-1116

(858)427-1106

Rady Children's Hospital and Health Center

Tanya Eraca

Ryan Pocock

Carly Rickard

Alyssa Skon

teraca[at]rchsd.org

(858)966-8473

rpocock[at]rchsd.org

(858)966-7540

crickard[at]rchsd.org

(858)966-8477

askon[at]rchsd.org

(858)966-8967

Ramona Food and Clothes Closet

Jae Marciano

ramona-foodclothes[at]sbcglobal.net

(760)789-4458

Regional Task Force on the Homeless

Dolores Diaz

dolores[at]rtfhsd.org

(858)292-1392

Salvation Army San Diego

Jessyca Elgart

Jessyca.elgart[at]usw.salvationarmy.org

(858)505-3941

San Diego Armed Services YMCA Tim Ney
tim.n[at]militaryymca.org

(858)751-5755

San Diego Blood Bank

Michele Brown

mbrown[at]sandiegobloodbank.org

(619)400-8135

San Diego County Crime Stoppers

Donald Braun

don[at]sdcrimestoppers.com

(619)275-8240

San Diego Food Bank (Jacobs & Cushman)

Michele Brown

mbrown[at]sandiegofoodbank.org

(858)863-5129

San Diego Habitat for Humanity

Lori Holt Pfeiler

lorip[at]sdhfh.org

(619)283-4663

San Diego Humane Society & SPCA

Jenny

jenny[at]sdhumane.org

(619)243-3469

(619)299-7012

San Diego Rescue Mission

Debbie Krakauer

Jamie Wright

dkrakauer[at]sdrescue.org

(619) 819-1897

jwright[at]sdrescue.org

(619)819-1892

San Diego Rite Care Childhood Language Center

(Scottish Rite Foundation)

Caitlyn Hunter
caitlyn[at]sd-src.org

(619)291-2506

San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program

Jennifer Kish

Marisa Rastetter

Kris Jocobs

jkish[at]sdvlp.org x112

mrastetter[at]sdvlp.org x107

kjacobs[at]sdvlp.org x111

(619)235-5656

Semper Fi Fund Laura Castellvi
laura.castellvi[at]semperfifund.org

(760)207-0887

Spirit of Sharing

Rachel Walker

spiritofsharing[at]gmail.com

(760)859-5923

Southern Caregiver Resource Center

Roberto Velasquez

rvelasquez[at]caregivercenter.org

(858)268-4432

Star/Pal

Claire O'leary

James Bourguignon

coleary[at]starpal.org

(619)531-2718

jbourguignon[at]starpal.org

(619)533-5794

St Vincent De Paul Village

Diane Martin

Jennifer Guthrie

dmartin[at]neighbor.org

(619)446-2102

jennifer.guthrie[at]neighbor.org

(619) 446-2106

Sunshine Foundation

Sue Arciaga

suearciaga[at]gmail.com

(619)370-6837

Surfrider Foundation

Stephen Blank

sblank[at]surfrider.org

(949)492-8170

Support the Enlisted Project (STEP)

Tony Terevainen

info[at]stepsocal.org

(858)695-6810
Survivors of Suicide Loss

Bonnie Bear

Jenni Morel

Joyce Bruggeman

bonnieb[at]soslsd.org (619)482-0297

jenni[at]soslsd.org (619)333-0813

joyce[at]soslsd.org (619)482-0297

Survivors of Torture, International

Kathi Anderson

kanderson[at]notorture.org

(619)278-2400
Susan G. Komen for the Cure San Diego

Laura Farmer

laura[at]sdkomen.org

(858)573-2760

Tap Fever Studios

Larisa Hall

Kariann Medina

info[at]tapfever.com

(858) 456-7301

Teen Challenge of Southern California

Herlindo Salinas

Mike Conway

herlindo.salinas[at]teenchallenge.org
(619)719-8215

(619)265-0337

United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego

Mike Demarco

Rhonda Van Ekelenburg

info[at]ucpsd.org

(858)571-7803
United Negro College Fund

Harry Fulmore

harry.fulmore[at]uncf.org

(213)639-3800 x3811
Urban Corps of San Diego

Barbara Faith

Klara Arter

bfaith[at]urbancorps.org
karter[at]urbancorps.org

(619)235-6884
United Way of Imperial County

Ken Wuytens

unitedwayic.ken[at]att.net

(760)355-4900
United Way of San Diego County

Taylor Webb

twebb[at]uwsd.org

(858)636-4148

USO Palm Springs, Bob Hope

Jean Whitney

jean-whitney[at]sbcglobal.net

(858)354-8530
USO San Diego

Sonya McGough

Bobby Woods

development[at]usosandiego.org

bobby[at]usosandiego.org

(619)235-6503
Veterans Medical Research Foundation of San Diego

Maria Sittmann

mwjones[at]vmrf.org

(858)552-7406
Veterans Research Alliance Steve Lewandowski
steve[at]veteransresearchalliance.org

(858)699-5545

Veterans Village of San Diego

Rick Ochocki

rickovvsd[at]gmail.com

(619)393-2098
Vision of Children Foundation Kenny Liles
kliles[at]visionforchildren.org

(858)314-7916

Voices for Children

Susan Smith

susans[at]voices4children.com

(858)598-2235
WiLDCOAST

Serge Dedina

serge[at]wildcoast.net

(619)423-8665x202
Workshops for Warriors, Inc

Hernan Luis Prado

h[at]wfwusa.org

(619)550-1620
Wounded Heroes of America

Mike Talleda

mtalleda[at]aol.com

(310) 780-4540
Wounded Warrior Homes
Mia Roseberry

Gene Jennett

mia[at]woundewarriorhomes.org

(760)483-3553

gene[at]woundedwarriorhomes.org

(760)659-0705

Wounded Warrior Project
cfc[at]woundedwarriorproject.org

(904)405-1265

Wright's Aviation Ministries

James Wright

jwrightcfs[at]yahoo.com

(619) 270-6233

YMCA of San Diego County

Kristie Pirkey

kpirkey[at]ymca.org

(858)292-9622x146
YWCA of San Diego County

Steven Plunk

steve[at]ywcasandiego.org

(619)239-0355

Lfcc Role

Each local CFC campaign is managed by a Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC), which serves as a "Board of Directors" for the local campaign. The LFCC is comprised of federal employees representing the local federal population.

The LFCC responsibilities include:

The PCFO is the administrator and fiscal agent for the local campaign. It is subject to the direction and control of the LFCC in its daily operations.

Cfc Organization

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)?
  2. What is the CFC mission?
  3. Why have a CFC?
  4. Who decides how to spend my donations?
  5. How efficient is the CFC?
  6. My taxes go to support the poor, so why should I give to the CFC?
  7. Why isn’t my favorite agency a member of CFC?
  8. There is a CFC agency I don’t like.
  9. Why should I give to the CFC?
  10. My husband/wife gives where he/she works. Why should we both give?
  11. What if I can’t afford to give right now?
  12. What if I lose my job?
  13. What if I work seasonally or on a temporary basis?
  14. Who checks on the money to make sure it is properly spent?
  15. How do I know my money really gets to the agency I designate?
  16. What happens if I complete the home address section on the pledge form and indicate it be forwarded to the agency I designated?
  17. How can an organization get listed in the Charity List?
  18. Can I get help from a CFC campaign participant?
  19. What is the benefit of payroll deduction?
  20. How do federal agencies benefit from participation in the CFC?
  21. Who serves on the CFC Board of Directors?
  22. How do I know the charities participating in the CFC are legitimate?
  23. What is a Federation?
  24. When is the CFC campaign?
  25. What are some ways that federal agencies support the CFC?
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1."What is the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)?"
The CFC is the only authorized solicitation of employees in the federal workplace on behalf of charitable organizations.

2."What is the CFC mission?"
To support and promote philanthropy through a program that is employee-focused, cost-efficient and effective in providing all Federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all.

3."Why have a CFC?"
The annual fundraising campaign helps to support a variety of health, human, and other services provided by more than 120,000 charitable agencies. This single campaign is the most cost-efficient fundraising method. It succeeds because volunteers from the federal workforce combine their resources for one coordinated appeal.

4."Who decides how to spend my donations?"
You! Each donor designates their dollars to meet their interests. You may pick a single cause - or several causes - and apportion your contribution among them in any way you like.

5."How efficient is the CFC?"
Campaign efficiency results in 90 cents of every dollar collected being distributed to campaign participants. Your CFC’s net costs (10%) are among the lowest of all charitable groups, and it is the largest and one of the most efficient CFCs in the nation. This efficiency is achieved through volunteer involvement and the consolidated fundraising concept.

6."My taxes go to support the poor, so why should I give to the CFC?"
Some CFC agencies do assist destitute persons through services, but not by giving money away. Some of the agencies provide job training, recreation for youth, and rehabilitation programs in order to help people to be self-supporting and to prevent more serious problems from occurring. Government dollars are not growing to meet these "people problems." Without CFC supported programs, many more people would need public assistance, which could drive up your taxes.
Many of the CFC agencies primarily focus on services for working families. Visiting nurses, family counseling, drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs, scouting programs, and Red Cross programs are used by all of us, myself, you and your neighbors. The services of CFC agencies are available to everyone in our community, as well as nationally and overseas.

7."Why isn’t my favorite agency a member of CFC?"
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) in Washington, DC regulates CFC. Volunteers from Federal agencies review applications for their compliance with the regulations. Agencies must be audited, produce an annual report, and have a Board of Directors which governs the affairs of the agency.Your favorite agency may not have applied, may not meet the requirements or possibly, may not know they can participate. Contact the CFC Office as we can help charities apply and provide all the necessary information for them to make the application.

8."There is a CFC agency I don’t like. I will have nothing to do with CFC because of this."
CFC has established guidelines to ensure that member organizations are serving needs, are financially responsible, and are operated by a Board of Directors. The entire spectrum of organizations are represented because of the varied interest of the Federal workforce.
CFC does not make political judgments of the worth of a particular organization. By designating where your funds go, you can be assured that only the charity of your choice receives your donation. Remember that many organizations are in need of your contribution and your lack of participation in the CFC makes it more difficult to provide the needed help.

9."Why should I give to the CFC?"
Your gift improves the quality of life for you and your neighbors. You have access throughout your lifetime to the thousands of vital health and social services not supplied, or only partially covered, by government sources. These services stabilize lives, arrest social problems, encourage productivity, and increase the resources and prosperity of the entire community, our nation, and overseas.

10."My husband/wife gives where he/she works. Why should we both give?"
"It is important for every employed person to do his her part. Every worker has a responsibility to help maintain the comprehensive CFC programs that enhances the economic strength of our area which, in turn, supports job stability for every wage earner. CFC can continue to provide needed human care services only if everyone helps.

11."What if I can’t afford to give right now?"
You don’t have to. Pledge your gift though payroll deduction and spread small donations through out the year. Agency services need your year around support. Deductions don’t begin until January.

12."What if I lose my job?"
You will not be expected to continue your pledge payments during your period of unemployment, nor are you responsible for your remaining balance.

13."What if I work seasonally or on a temporary basis?"
You may still contribute to the CFC. Of course, if you use payroll deductions it will only be deducted during the period you receive your paycheck. You can give a one time donation via Credit Card, Cash or Check.

14."Who checks on the money to make sure it is properly spent?"
The CFC Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC), comprised of Federal leaders who volunteer in this capacity, reviews agencies for compliance with the criteria stipulated in the CFC regulations; i.e., ensuring they are nonprofit, audited annually, etc. No additional review of an agency’s budget, apart from the review given by entities either governing the agency or establishing conditions of affiliation, is made , thus you must be familiar with the agency you designate. The CFC Principal Combined Funds Organization (PCFO) is audited annually by an independent auditor to ensure that designations have been honored. The PCFO also provides independent confirmation of designations to independent auditors on behalf of CFC agencies and federations as requested. The United Way of San Diego acts as the PCFO for the SOCAL CFC.

15."How do I know my money really gets to the agency I designate?"
By regulations, all designations must be honored. A yearly audit is performed to verify this. In addition, you can request to be acknowledged for your pledge by your designated charity.

16."What happens if I complete the home address section on the pledge form and indicate it be forwarded to the agency I designated?"
If you complete the appropriate section on the pledge form your name and address will be forwarded to the agency(cies) you designate. Many times they acknowledge your contribution and add your name to their mailing list. It is up to the federation or agency to acknowledge your gift.

17."How can an organization get listed in the Charity List?"
If the organization serves the local area, they should call the CFC Office in January at (858) 636-4114 to request an application for that year. If the organization is national or international, they should call OPM at (202) 606-2564 for an application.

18."Can I get help from a CFC campaign participant?"
Yes. The services of CFC campaign participants are available to anyone who needs them, including federal employees.

19."What is the benefit of payroll deduction?"
Through payroll deduction, a specified amount is withheld every payday and continues throughout the year. This is convenient and easier on the budget. Payroll giving often makes a crucial difference in campaign results as they are usually more substantial than cash gifts.

20."How do federal agencies benefit from participation in the CFC?"
Participation in the CFC creates added community visibility for federal employees and the agencies for which they work. Federal employees are viewed by the community as good neighbors, concerned with the welfare of others. Federal employees benefit from an improvement in the quality of life within their communities. Participation in the CFC assures that services will be available to federal employees when their own personal situations arise. The campaign effects everyone, including the lives of a federal agency’s employees.
Participation in a single, efficient, annual campaign offers individuals the opportunity to meet their civic responsibility to the community.

21."Who serves on the CFC Board of Directors?"
Our CFC Board of Directors is called the Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) and is made up of the senior leaders from the federal government in our counties.

22."How do I know the charities participating in the CFC are legitimate?"
Federal employees in the San Diego area volunteer to serve on the Eligibility Committee, which evaluates each charity applying to become eligible to receive designations from local CFC contributors. Each local charitable agency must meet the following requirements, as defined in federal law and OPM rules and regulations:

Charitable agencies on the national and international lists are reviewed annually by OPM according to the appropriate federal laws, rules and regulations. For further information, see 5 CFR Part 950.

23."What is a Federation?"
A federation is a group of voluntary charitable human health and welfare organizations established for purposes of supplying common fundraising, administrative, and management services to its members. Each federation is listed with its member organizations as the first organization. If you wish to designate all or some portion of your contribution to a federation, please record that federation's corresponding code number on your pledge card. Contributions designated to a federation will be shared in accordance with the federation's policy.

24."When is the CFC campaign?"
In San Diego and Imperial County the campaign period is from Sep 1 to Dec 15. Within that time period there will be a multitude of campaigns lasting from one day to the entire 15 week period. This allows each activity in our campaign to choose a campaign time frame suitable to their size and the operations they are experiencing. The LFCC has stated they want each activity to have the maximum flexibility possible to conduct their campaign.

25."What are some ways that federal agencies support the CFC?"
Federal agencies in the San Diego,Imperial County, Coachella Valley and Twentynine Palms appoint volunteers to serve as Campaign Coordinators to lead their agency’s CFC effort. Our Groups (Navy, USMC, Federal & USPS) also provide the CFC with Campaign Action Officers (CAO)s. These volunteers work with the Campaign Coordinators to ensure they receive training, materials, and all the information and help they need to have a successful campaign.

CAN I GIVE THROUGH THE CFC?

YES! CFC allows you to continue supporting your favorite charity by:

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About Socal Cfc

Region: San Diego County, Imperial County, Coachella Valley, & 29 Palms

US Office of Personnel Management (OPM)

Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC)

Principal Combined Fund Organization (PCFO)