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Make it Possible

CFC is the world's largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign, with more than 150 CFC national and international campaigns raising millions of dollars each year. Defense Department employees nationwide have the opportunity to give to the DoD campaign from Sept. 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014. In his memo, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel expressed his unwavering support for the campaign and strongly encouraged members of the workforce to participate in any way they can.

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Work: DoD's CFC Involvement Shows 'Spirit of Giving'

The Defense Department's involvement in the Combined Federal Campaign shows the department's spirit of giving, Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work said. Story

Work Opens Combined Federal Campaign Season

Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work opened the 2014 Combined Federal Campaign season in a ceremony at the Pentagon. Story

Universal Giving Comes to CFC

The Fall 2014 CFC is the first time that Federal employees nationwide can designate to local organizations outside their permanent duty stations. This means if they have a favorite CFC-approved charity in their hometowns or another location beyond their current work assignment, employees can now give to those organizations in addition to the normal local charity listing. Story

New Regulations a Blueprint for Charitable Future

Like every employer from IBM and ExxonMobil to Microsoft and Amazon, the government tries to offer the best employee benefit programs for its workers -- military, civilian or postal -- while maintaining vigilant oversight to ensure the programs are operated within appropriate legal and security demands. Story

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Artwork Contest

For the fourth year, the Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas (CFC-O) partnered with the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) to run an Elementary School Art Contest. Overseas DoDDS elementary school students submitted original artwork to help inspire charitable giving through the CFC-O, tailoring their drawings to illustrate the contest theme: Give to make a difference. Give because you care.

Participation is entirely voluntary and is encouraged as a 'homework' assignment thereby involving parents and rippling the campaign message through the community. Hundreds of submissions were received from over 15 schools. Contestants were judged by a panel of DoD members based in Washington, D.C. based on artistic merit, creativity and depiction of the theme. First through third place winners were chosen in each grade level.

All participating students received a sticker and a Certificate of Achievement signed by the CFC-O Executive Director, Victoria Adams. The first-place winners in each grade will receive a framed copy of their original artwork. All winners will be promoted via press releases, on the CFC-O website and via social media. Winning artwork will be featured in CFC-O promotional materials throughout the 2014.

  • Artwork: Kindergarden, 1st Place.

    Kindergarten: 1st Place
    Katalina Petit-Guilleh
    Incirlik, Turkey
    "Animal Shelter"

  • Artwork: Kindergarden, 2nd Place.

    Kindergarten: 2nd Place
    Evan Son
    Chinhae, Korea
    "Environment"

  • Artwork: Kindergarden, 3rd Place.

    Kindergarten: 3rd Place
    Natalie Iglesias
    Incirlik, Turkey
    "Education"

  • Artwork: First Grade, 1st place.

    First Grade: 1st Place
    Kalli Hebert
    Kingdom of Bahrain
    "Feed Hungry"

  • Artwork: First Grade, 2nd place.

    First Grade: 2nd Place
    Lucca Papale
    Chinhae, Korea
    "Disaster Relief”

  • Artwork: First Grade, 3rd place.

    First Grade: 3rd Place
    Ari Jaramillo
    Kadena, Okinawa, Japan
    "Food to Homeless"

  • Artwork: Second Grade, 1st place.

    Second Grade: 1st Place
    Logan Sturgeon
    Kingdom of Bahrain
    "Wounded Warrior"

  • Artwork: Second Grade, 2nd place.

    Second Grade: 2nd Place
    Hannah Aly
    Kingdom of Bahrain
    "Curing Disease"

  • Artwork: Second Grade: 3rd place.

    Second Grade: 3rd Place
    Alaiyah Robinson
    Baumholder, Germany
    "Feed the Hungry"

  • Artwork: Third Grade, 1st place.

    Third Grade: 1st Place
    Grace Walter
    Chinhae, Korea
    "Feed the Hungry"

  • Artwork: Third Grade, 2nd place.

    Third Grade: 2nd Place
    Travis Good
    USAG Ansbach, Germany
    "Orphans"

  • Artwork: Third Grade, 3rd place.

    Third Grade: 3rd Place
    Carson Gonzales
    Camp Zama, Okinawa, Japan
    "Veterans"

  • Artwork: Fourth Grade, 1st place.

    Fourth Grade: 1st Place
    Tristin Sorenson
    Sasebo, Japan
    "Disaster Relief"

  • Artwork: Fourth Grade, 2nd place.

    Fourth Grade: 2nd Place
    Austin Anderson
    Camp Zama, Okinawa, Japan
    "Veterans"

  • Artwork: Fourth Grade, 3rd place.

    Fourth Grade: 3rd Place
    : Charisma Wardlaw
    Kingdom of Bahrain
    "Cure Disease"

  • Artwork: Fifth Grade, 1st place.

    Fifth Grade: 1st Place
    Kershie Garcia
    USAG Ansbach, Germany
    "Many Causes"

  • Artwork: Fifth Grade, 2nd place.

    Fifth Grade: 2nd Place
    Kelli Turner
    USAG Ansbach, Germany
    "Research Lab"

  • Artwork: Fifth Grade, 3rd place.

    Fifth Grade: 3rd Place
    Stephanie Freundner
    Meeuwen, Belgium
    "Help People"

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Screen grab of Work speaking at a podium.

Work Celebrates Giving

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PHOTO ESSAY

Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work places his hand over his heart during the presentation of the colors at the awards ceremony for the Combined Federal Campaign at the Pentagon, Jan. 29, 2015.

Work Attends Awards Ceremony for Combined Federal Campaign

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Defense Secretary's Letter

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel encourages uniformed service members and Defense Department civilian workers to make donations to the Combined Federal Campaign.

Read the Secretary's Letter

Highlight Your Campaign!

Share your success stories and high resolution pictures (minimum 1MB) of your agencies campaign by emailing Ms. Stephanie Pettway. Don't forget to credit the photographer and let us know who is in the photo. Share Now!

 

PSA Contest

The Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas (CFC-O) announced the winners of the annual 2013 CFC-O Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS) High School Public Service Announcement (PSA) Contest. Contest judges recognized five high schools. View all winning PSAs below:

  • 1st Place, Kadena High School

    1st Place
    Kadena High School

  • 2nd Place, Weisbaden High School

    2nd Place
    Weisbaden High School

  • 3rd Place: Ramstein High School

    3rd Place
    Ramstein High School

  • 4th Place, Vilseck High School

    4th Place
    Vilseck High School

  • 5th Place, Patch High School

    5th Place
    Patch High School

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