Press Room

For the past 58 years, the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) has been the federal workplace giving tradition that has raised more than $8.3 billion for charitable organizations. The CFC is one of the world's most successful annual workplace fundraising campaigns, with 36 CFC zones throughout the country and overseas raising millions of dollars each year. The funds raised each fall through the campaign help neighbors in need around the corner, across the nation, and throughout the world. The Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area (CFCNCA) is the local campaign for federal employees and retirees in the Washington Metropolitan Area, and surrounding regions. It is the largest CFC in the country based on the number of pledged gifts. Through the contributions of civilian and military federal employees and retirees, the campaign generated more than $34.2 million and more than 56,000 volunteer hours in 2018 for thousands of participating local, national, and international charities. Connect with the campaign on social media via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

For media inquiries, contact Micaela Vivero at 703-717-5265 or [email protected].

News & Press Releases

9/18 - 2019 CFCNCA Kickoff Press Release
9/18 - Federal Drive, Federal News Network: CFC hoping to bounce-back year after tough 2018
9/18 - Federal Newscast, Federal News Network (Podcast): Combined Federal Campaign is choosing to remain optimistic about the year to come
9/19 - Pentagram: Joint base to kick off CFC Oct. 10 at dining facility
9/19 - Federal Soup: Show some love! Annual federal employee charity campaign kicks off
9/20 - Federal Times: Can the 2019 giving season rebound from last year's challenges?
9/20 - Maryland Independent: Charitable campaign launches 2019 messaging
9/25 - Belvoir Eagle: Combined Federal Campaign underway
9/26 - Federal Soup: CFC: Fed charity drive aims to raise million for less fortunate - but it all depends on you!
10/16 - WJLA: Kidd Around Town: Capital Area Food Bank celebrates World Food Day