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  • Title: Pacific NW CFC Home
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About Us.. The CFC.. Pacific NW CFC.. Service Area.. Campaign Results.. Calendar of Events.. Donors.. Donation Impact.. How to Contribute.. CFC Brochure.. Campaign Kit.. For Charities.. CFC Intro, How to Apply.. Donation Distribution.. FAQ.. Contact Us.. CFC NEXUS.. Electronic Pledging Records.. Popular Links.. 2013 CFC Pledge Form.. 2013 CFC Brochure.. 2013 Charity Speakers List.. CFC Events Calendar.. Frequently Asked Questions.. OPM CFC Website.. Questions?.. Casey Farm, CFC Manager.. 619 SW 11th Avenue, Suite 300, Portland, OR 97205.. caseyf@unitedway-pdx.. org.. 503.. 226.. 9557.. www.. facebook.. com/PacificNWCFC.. The Pacific Northwest Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) serves 28,000 federal employees in 40 Oregon and SW Washington counties.. In 2012 federal civilian, military and postal employees in our region pledged almost $1.. 5 million through the CFC.. Thanks to our local federal volunteers and donors for once again demonstrating your caring and generosity!.. Bill Abadie, US Army Corps.. of Engineers, Portland District.. 2012-13 Pacific NW CFC  ...   theme is Caring.. Sharing.. Serving.. The official 2013 Pacific Northwest CFC Brochure and Pledge Forms are now available.. Go to the links in the Campaign Toolkit page, or under Popular Links below the brochure cover image at right.. This year's CFC application period for.. local.. organizations ended on Apr.. 1, 2013.. The application period for the next campaign will be approximately the same time next year, March-April 2014.. The 2013 application period for.. national.. organizations was Dec.. 1, 2012 - Jan.. The application period for the 2014 campaign will occur during approximately the same time later this year and next.. HOME.. |.. ABOUT US.. DONORS.. CAMPAIGN KIT.. FOR CHARITIES.. CONTACT US.. PRIVACY POLICY.. EXTERNAL LINKS POLICY.. Copyright 2012 Pacific Northwest CFC.. All rights reserved.. Portland Web Design.. This is the official Combined Federal Campaign web site for the.. Pacific Northwest CFC.. ,.. which is administered by the.. Pacific Northwest CFC Local Federal Coordinating Committee..

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  • Title: Pacific NW CFC
    Descriptive info: CFC History and Rationale.. The tradition of commitment to the community through the selfless efforts of federal employees has its roots in the many charitable campaigns of the early 1960s.. Seeing a need to bring the diversity of fundraising efforts under a single umbrella, federal employees created the CFC - one campaign, once a year.. By allowing employees to select from a single guide and to make their contributions through payroll deductions, the CFC opened wide the door to more opportunities for generous giving to literally hundreds of worthy causes.. An Executive Order by the Kennedy Administration in 1961 made the CFC a reality, and turned an innovative idea into a uniquely  ...   of employees in the federal workplace on behalf of charitable organizations.. It continues to be the largest and most successful workplace fundraising model in the world.. There are about 226 CFC regions nationally, reaching civilian, postal and military employees.. Regulation and administration of the CFC nationally is conducted by the Office of CFC Operations in Washington, D.. C.. Nationally, in 2010 CFC contributions totaled $281.. 5 million, the second most ever raised in CFC history and less than half a percent below the record of 2009.. Please visit the National CFC web site hosted by the Operations of Personnel Management for more information regarding regulations, donor and charity information -.. opm.. gov/combined-federal-campaign/..

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  • Title: Pacific NW CFC
    Descriptive info: Local CFC Background.. The Pacific Northwest Combined Federal Campaign is administered by the Oregon Federal Executive Board (OFEB), and a committee of federal volunteers called the Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC).. Ron Johnson is the Executive Director of the OFEB and Chair of the LFCC.. He can be reached at 503.. 326.. 2060 or.. rjohnson@oregonfeb.. us.. For a map of our service area, click.. HERE.. For recent Pacific NW CFC fundraising statistics, go to our.. page.. Pacific Northwest CFC Growth History.. 2013:.. Three new Souther Oregon counties have been added to the service area - Coos, Curry and Douglas.. 2010.. : Four additional counties are added to the region: Jackson and Josephine in Oregon and Pacific and Grays Harbor in Washington.. 2008.. : OPM approves mergers between the Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC, Lane County CFC and Central Oregon CFC.. The campaign changes its name to the Pacific Northwest CFC, to better describe the region served.. 2007.. : The Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC sets a new dollar record with over $1.. 57 million raised, a  ...   Oregon to the region.. 2004.. : Umatilla and Morrow Counties in eastern Oregon approach the Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC about a merger.. Management costs to run the smaller campaign had become too prohibitive.. 2003.. : The Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC welcomes four counties in Central Oregon that previously had not been served: Gilliam, Jefferson, Sherman and Wheeler.. The campaign raises over $1.. 5 million for the first time in its history.. It was done at a remarkable 6.. 0% overhead rate, down from 6.. 7% in '02 and among the lowest rates in the country.. 2002.. : The campaign raises over $1.. 475 million, a record for the region and a 5.. 1% increase in total dollars.. 2001.. : The Columbia River Area and Willamette Valley CFCs merge to form a 17 county region.. The new Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC raises a record $1.. 4 million, a 6% increase over the previous year, with a 32.. 5% participation rate.. Donations rise 20% and participation jumps 30% in the Willamette Valley alone.. Back to Top..

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  • Title: Pacific NW CFC Service Area
    Descriptive info: Our Service Area.. The Pacific NW CFC serves approximately 28,000 federal employees in 40 Oregon and SW Washington counties:.. Oregon.. : Baker, Benton, Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia, Coos, Crook, Curry, Deschutes, Douglas, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jackson, Jefferson, Josephine, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, Morrow, Multnomah, Polk, Sherman, Tillamook, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Washington, Wasco, Wheeler, and Yamhill Counties.. Washington.. : Clark, Cowlitz, Gray's Harbor, Klickitat, Pacific, Skamania, and Wahkiakum.. Click on the map to download and view a larger image (PDF)..

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  • Title: Pacific NW CFC Results
    Descriptive info: 2012.. 2011.. 2009.. $$ Raised.. $1,494,491.. $1,638,741.. $1,737,156.. $1,691,754.. Participation.. 16.. 4%.. 17.. 21.. 7%.. Employees.. 27,405.. 27,702.. 30,033.. 26,250.. 4,494.. 4,547.. 5,208.. 5,714.. Average Gift.. $332.. 55.. $360.. 40.. $333.. $296.. 07.. Overhead.. TBD.. 6.. 0%*.. 5.. 7.. 5%.. * Estimate..

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  • Title: Pacific NW CFC
    Descriptive info: Calendar of Pacific NW CFC Events..

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  • Title: Pacific NW CFC How to Give
    Descriptive info: How You Can Contribute through the CFC.. There are so many ways to build community through the wonderful non-profit organizations participating in the CFC.. Federal employees or contractors on payroll can contribute via payroll deduction, cash or check.. Retirees, contractors not on payroll or even non-federal employees can contribute by cash or check.. Participating charities also need your time and talents as a volunteer.. See below to learn more about how you can donate, educate and volunteer!.. Deb-B Kamisato, VA Regional Office CFC Coordinator,.. happily submits their 2010 CFC pledges.. Donate:.. Finding a Charity to Support.. The best advice anyone can share about giving is this - giving should feel good and is ideally connected to a cause you are passionate about.. You've got over 2,000 non-profits to choose from, so there's bound to be one that connects with you.. Look through a printed charity list or review the PDF version of the.. campaign brochure.. to find the organizations serving causes that you care about.. Then fill out the.. pledge form.. and submit it to your CFC coordinator or mail it to the.. CFC Manager.. , and you've helped build your community!.. There is a paper pledge form and an electronic giving option:.. Paper pledge form.. - your Campaign Coordinator should have supplies or you can down load the PDF version.. Employee Express.. - Click on Employee Express to give on-line or to find out if your agency is a participating agency.. Retirees.. As  ...   contact your former federal agency to get information about their campaign and receive campaign materials, or please contact the CFC Manager at.. to receive a charity list and pledge form.. Educate:.. Find out more about the participating charities by searching for them in our Charity Directory and checking out their web sites.. Encourage a meeting at your office to promote the CFC that includes speakers from participating charities.. They can share with your colleagues the types of services they provide for the community.. Or go on a tour of or volunteer at a local charity to experience first-hand the valuable work that they do.. Volunteer:.. We could not run a successful Combined Federal Campaign without the help of literally hundreds of volunteer Leadership Team members, CFC Specialists, Campaign Coordinators, and Keyworkers.. By volunteering with the CFC you are helping both our member charities and your fellow employees.. Talk to your agency head or contact the CFC Manager at.. if you are interested in volunteering with the campaign.. You can also volunteer with one of our member charities.. Most charitable organizations cannot survive without the support of many volunteers.. Look through the pages of the.. 2012 CFC Brochure.. to find an organization that you care about.. Contact them to learn more about their volunteer opportunities, and contribute your skills or goods to a cause that interests you.. Your time, talents and resources are needed! Click.. here.. to learn about organizing a volunteer activity for your agency..

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  • Title: Pacific NW CFC Impact
    Descriptive info: The Impact of Your Donation.. Each contribution to the CFC accomplishes important work through approved charities.. Below please find some examples of what your gift can do.. Remember, these are only a few of the many options you have to make an impact!.. Your gift does make a difference - whether it's $1 or $100 per pay period, see how your gift can impact the local and global community:.. Per 26 Pay Periods.. $1 Provides a wig for a child with cancer.. $2 Creates four emergency food boxes to families in need.. One food box can feed a family of four for  ...   young native trees in a green space that needs restoration.. $10 Provides fortified meals to save the lives of 14 malnourished children in Indonesia.. $15 Gives training for 14 health workers to prevent childhood diseases.. $20 Provides five therapy sessions for a senior citizen with a disability.. $25 Provides three breast cancer survivors with support from trained survivors.. $50 Provides emergency medical supplies to aid 6,500 disaster victims for 1 month.. $100 Provides a farm in South America with enough cows, sheep, goats, pigs and chickens to provide food and income for 10 families.. See more examples of your contribution at work..

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  • Title: Pacific NW CFC
    Descriptive info: CFC Campaign Toolkit.. Click on the tabs below to reveal information and resources that will help you run a successful campaign!.. Charity Brochure.. The 2013 CFC Brochure is available in hard copy and PDF versions.. Below is a link to the PDF version.. To obtain hard copies, contact your.. or your Leadership Team representative.. 2013 CFC Brochure (PDF).. Click.. to download instructions on searching the PDF charity list.. Pledge Form.. Federal employees, retirees, contract workers and even non-federal employees can contribute to the CFC during the campaign.. Donations can be made via a paper form or electronic giving option:.. - three ways to receive a pledge form:.. Get one from your office's Campaign Coordinator.. Ask for one from the.. Print the.. 2013 Pacific NW CFC Pledge Form (PDF).. and submit one copy to your office Campaign Coordinator and one copy to the CFC Manager.. is the CFC's electronic giving option.. for a list of all federal agencies with access to.. Employee Express (EEX).. for the 201s campaign.. Cash / Check donation.. - print the pledge form, fill it out and mail it with your cash/check to the CFC office address shown on the form.. Keep a copy for your records.. Payroll Deduction.. - print and complete all three copies.. Send one immediately to your payroll office, mail one to the CFC Office address shown on the form and keep one for your records.. Contributions can only be made to organizations listed in the CFC charity list and the charity's five digit  ...   conducting one.. Charity Speakers Bureau.. There will be almost 3,000 charities in this year's charity list.. Many of these organizations welcome the opportunity to come to your workplace and help you educate your co-workers on how important pledges through the CFC are to the remarkable work that they do.. A Speaker's Bureau List, featuring charities that have confirmed they can provide speakers for your CFC events, is found below:.. 2013 Pacific NW CFC Charity Speaker List.. This file will be updated throughout the campaign season, so check back frequently.. You are also welcome to call any charity in 2013 brochure and invite them to speak at your agency.. If you have never used a charity speaker before, a good first step would be to ask your co-workers about what types of causes they are interested in learning.. You can then narrow down your options and call an organzation that fits your workplace culture.. Having a charity speaker come to your workplace is one of the best ways to demonstrate how CFC donations help our community.. CFC Coordinator Information Form.. Here will be a form that we ask you complete and submit to our.. so that we can better serve you during the campaign:.. Updated Form Coming Soon.. Account ID Numbers.. Below are links to three separate files listing the Pacific NW CFC federal agency account ID numbers.. All files are in PDF format.. Civilian.. Military.. Postal.. Please.. if you have any questions or need materials that you cannot find on the website..

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  • Title: Pacific NW CFC Charity Intro
    Descriptive info: Thanks to our Charity Partners.. Your invaluable service to society once again earned the trust of our local federal employees in 2012, inspiring them to donate almost $1.. 5 million from our region - thank you for all that you do!.. How Does the CFC Work?.. Click on the following links for information about:.. General Overview.. The Application Process.. Local Applications.. Distribution of Donations.. Campaigning.. The CFC is the only official workplace charitable fundraising program allowed in federal government offices.. During a six-week time frame between.. 1st - Dec.. 15th.. of each year, the local CFC is promoted and federal employees are given the opportunity to designate a payroll deduction, cash or check donation to any of over 2,000 charities.. Donations are distributed the following year, beginning in late March.. All donation decisions are made by the donors; some charities may receive several thousand dollars, while others may not receive any in a given year.. Designations are paid based on funds received.. The application period occurs once annually in the winter or early spring (depending upon your applicant classification) and every organization must re-apply each year to participate.. Organizations must meet a series of standards, which includes: being in operation for at least one year, be categorized as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization by the IRS, provide real and verifiable services, and a variety of other requirements.. See the.. Application Process.. section below to determine whether or how you should apply, or go to the national.. Office of CFC Operations.. web site for regulations and more info.. National or international charities apply in December - January to the Office of CFC Operations in Washington D.. Local charities apply to local CFC offices in February - April.. Applications are then reviewed by a committee of federal volunteers to verify eligibility.. Approved charities are published in a charity list booklet that is distributed to all federal employees within a CFC territory.. To see a copy of the most recently completed charity list, please go to our.. Campaign Toolkit.. Charity lists are usually completed in the July/August timeframe.. Please see the.. page for more information about our local campaign.. CFC Application Process.. 2013 CFC Application Deadlines.. Local Organizations:.. February 28 - April 1, 2013.. National/International Organizations:.. Jan.. Charitable organizations wishing to participate in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) must complete an application form annually.. Depending on the type of charity you are will dictate the appropriate form.. As you consider applying for the 2012 CFC, please review the following:.. Step 1:.. What is the scope of my organzation's services?.. If your primary service area covers 15 or more states or a foreign country, you are a.. national or international applicant.. If your primary service area is within our.. CFC boundaries.. or the serves the entire states of Oregon or Washington, you are a.. local applicant.. If your charity serves Oregon or Washington.. outside.. of our CFC boundaries, you must obtain an application from the local CFC office to reach employees of that region.. National CFC.. web  ...   (OFEB) only your federation application and those applications from new members in your federation or those members that did not participate in the CFC the previous year.. By regulation, however, you must keep all of your federation member applications on file for three years.. Contact Ron Johnson at 503.. 2060/.. or.. Jeff Sargent at 503.. 3030/.. jsargent@oregonfeb.. To Apply as a National or International Organization.. The deadline for the 2013 campaign is.. January 15, 2013.. OPM Website.. for applications and further details.. Distribution of CFC Donations.. Charities with designations from the 2011 campaign will receive a letter in mid-March of 2012 detailing the dollars pledged or donated to their organization.. This letter included the name, contact information, and donation amount of donors who agreed to have that information released.. The first payment from 2011 donations will be sent on or about April 1, 2012 and will continue through March of 2013.. Mailing Address Changes for CFC Funded Organizations.. If your charitable organization is receiving CFC funds and your mailing address changes, please contact Carol Frye, Chief Operating Officer, United Way of the Columbia-Willamette, at.. carolf@unitedway-pdx.. or 503.. 9321.. More than one piece of evidence is required for verification; a simple voice-mail or e-mail will not suffice.. Your notification is important, as it will help you to continue to receive timely donation payments.. The Pacific Northwest CFC strives to give each charity the opportunity to present their organization's work to federal employees.. It is our goal to be unbiased in our promotion of member charities.. The charity list, which all Federal employees receive during the campaign, provides a brief description of your charity's services and gives contact information.. Other ways to get involved are to:.. Attend charity orientation.. These will likely be scheduled for the summer of 2012, after charity application decisions have been made.. Promote the CFC through your channels.. You may already have federal employees or relatives of federal employees that follow your organization.. Announce that you are in the CFC in your newsletter, on your website, and in other communications media.. Don't forget to share your five-digit code, so that potential donors won't have to look for it!.. Sign up for Speakers Bureau.. We distribute the Speakers Bureau list to campaign coordinators and post it on this website.. If you are a participating charity, you can be added to the list.. The application form is found below:.. 2012 Pacific NW CFC Speaker Form (PDF).. Agencies select charities from this list to speak at meetings and special events during the campaign.. You will be emailed prior to the campaign to request contact information for this list.. Note: Signing up for Speaker's Bureau does not guarantee a speaking engagement.. If you are contacted to speak, please clear any promotional materials you would like to distribute with the agency leadership through your campaign coordinator prior to your visit.. CFC regulations prohibit charities from soliciting Federal agency personnel for speaking engagements or other promotional activities at Federal agencies.. Agencies must invite you to their facility..

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  • Title: Pacific NW CFC Donations
    Descriptive info: Charities with designations from the 2012 campaign should receive a letter in mid-March of 2013 detailing the dollars pledged or donated to their organization.. This letter will include the name, contact information, and donation amount of donors who agreed to have that information released.. The first payment from 2012 pledges will be sent  ...   2014.. Mailing Address Changes for Funded Organizations.. If your charitable organization is receiving CFC funds and your mailing address changes, please contact Kori Gregg, Controller, United Way of the Columbia-Willamette, at.. korig@unitedway-pdx.. 9315 for details.. More than one piece of evidence will be required for verification; a simple voice-mail or e-mail will not suffice..

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