Application to participate with Miami Valley CFC

Eligibility Requirements
http://www.miamivalleycfc.org/images/photos/verify.pngAny non-profit organization with current 501(c)(3) status from the IRS may apply to participate in the Miami Valley CFC. There is no fee to apply, however, non-profit organizations must meet criteria established by Office of Personnel Management (OPM). For more information about eligibility requirements, click here. To view the federal regulations outlining eligibility requirements, click here.

Thousands of local, national, and international non-profit organizations participate in the CFC each year. Federal employees choose the approved non-profit organizations to which they want to contribute. There is no guarantee that non-profit organizations participating in the CFC will receive any donations.


2016 Local Charity Applications
Local independent charities, federations and their members may apply to participate with Miami Valley CFC from Thursday, February 11, 2016, until Monday, March 14, 2016, 12:00 Noon (Eastern). Please note: only charities located in one of the following 11 counties - Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Darke, Fayette, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, Shelby and Warren - may apply to participate with Miami Valley Combined Federal Campaign.

The 2016 application and instructions will be transmitted electronically. If your organization does not receive an application and would like to apply, the information will be  available to download from this site beginning February 11, 2016.
 
Our 2015 applications remain posted so charitable organizations can review the required criteria. These applications cannot be submitted, and will not be accepted, for participation in 2016.

Local Independent Application (Download now) 

*Federation Application
 
 
*Organizations with at least 15 member charities, all of which meet CFC eligibility criteria. If your organization does not meet this requirement, it must apply as an independent and use the above Local Independent Organization application.

 
CFC Disbursement Process
http://miamivalleycfc.org/images/photos/totals.pngThe vast majority of Federal employee contributions made to non-profit organizations through Miami Valley CFC are fulfilled by payroll deduction. Miami Valley CFC begins receiving payroll deductions in January of each year for pledges made during the preceding campaign. For example, in January 2016 payroll processing centers will begin forwarding funds collected for pledges made during the 2015 campaign.
 
Organizations receiving pledges from the 2015 campaign can expect to receive notification of the amount directed to their charity by Office of Personnel Management's March 15, 2016, deadline.
 
Financial transactions on this website are processed by the United Way of Greater Dayton Area. United Way of Greater Dayton Area is the Federation for 42 charities participating with the Miami Valley Combined Federal Campaign in 2015.
 
For additional information, check out the OPM/CFC website: www.opm.gov/cfc
 
If you would like a paper version of the local, national and international CFC charity lists you can call the CFC office at (937) 257-0292 or email us at miamivalleycfc@us.af.mil. The CFC office is located at 1940 Allbrook Drive, Area A, Building 1, Door 22, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH 45433.

We are always looking for new ideas, so if you have something you would like to use or share with other federal agencies please contact us with your ideas, suggestions, or documents.