Thank you for your generosity in 2014!
The Miami Valley Combined Federal Campaign (MVCFC) has officially come to a close for 2014! Thank you for helping us to achieve our goals! We could not have done it without YOU - every dollar truly makes a difference and together we can all make a difference!
Annual funds are distributed to charities right here in this area as well as worldwide with the new Universal Giving option. This year's dollars mean that people all over the world can receive some relief from the stress of their every-day life.
Giving back through the annual campaign is the best, most effeicient way for Federal employees to improve lives, strengthen communities and encourage change...a solid investment!
The decision to participate and the amount of one's gift are up to each individual. There are tens of thousands of reasons to give through CFC...each one has a name and a face.
Contributions support eligible non-profit organizations that provide health and human welfare benefits. Since its inception in 1961, DoD and Federal employees have contributed more than $7 billion through CFC.
Miami Valley CFC is the local charitable giving campaign in an 11-county region including Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Darke, Fayette, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, Shelby and Warren counties in Ohio. The local Federal workforce has contributed more than $88 million through Miami Valley CFC since its inception. Nearly 28,000 Federal government employees work in Miami Valley CFC’s 11-county region.
The CFC theme in 2014 was 'Making a Difference Together'. New in 2014 was universal giving, introduced by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Through universal giving, donors could direct their pledges to any CFC-approved charity regardless of duty location or charity location and pledge to a CFC-approved charity in his/her hometown. The pledge counts where it is made. Even though the campaign came to a close Nov. 14, e-pledges were accepted through Dec. 31. Payroll deductions will be made from January through December of 2015.