Presentation on theme: "Welcome to Keyworker/Coordinator Training. What is the CFC? CFC is the worlds largest and most successful annual workplace fundraising campaign. There."— Presentation transcript:
What is the CFC? CFC is the worlds largest and most successful annual workplace fundraising campaign. There are more than 190 CFCs throughout the country and internationally that raise millions of dollars each year. To date federal employees have collected over $6 billion dollars for local, national, and international charitable organizations. Pledges made by Federal civilian, postal and military donors during the campaign season support eligible non–profit organizations that provide health and human service benefits throughout the world. The Central Ohio and WV CFC collected over $1.5 million dollars during the 2011 campaign.
33 County Giving Area Adams, Athens, Brown, Coshocton, Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Gallia, Guernsey, Highland, Hocking, Jackson, Lawrence, Licking, Logan, Madison, Marion, Meigs, Morgan, Morrow, Muskingum, Perry, Pickaway, Pike, Ross, Scioto, Union, Vinton, and Washington counties in Ohio. Cabell, Wayne and Wood counties in West Virginia.
Structure Sets Policy & Procedures Conducts Local Campaign Manages Local Campaign Leadership of LFCC
Agency Keyworker Role Attend Campaign Events and Keyworker Training. Get to know the campaign materials, especially the Resource Guide, Pledge Card, website and online giving tools. Make your own commitment and fill out your Pledge Card. Help your Coordinator(s) plan and schedule Group Meetings. Help publicize Group Meetings and donor incentives. On the day of the Group Meeting(s), remind and encourage peers to attend. Distribute Pledge Cards and Resource Guides at Group Meetings. Make sure your co-workers understand the Donor Recognition Program and how to use the pledge card to self-identify Collect Pledge Cards at Group Meetings or as soon as possible afterward, return the third (thank you) copy to the donor with our thanks. Top copy and middle copy go to your coordinator. Follow up with non-attendees. Share CFC information, answer questions, and distribute Resource Guides and Pledge Cards. Ask your co-workers for their support this year. When you receive recognition items from your Coordinator or Loaned Executive, use the information provided to distribute these in a timely manner Reconcile pledge cards (signature, accurate calculations, etc.)
Campaign Materials/Promotional Resources Charity Listing Pledge Card Campaign Report Envelopes Lapel Pins Promotional Materials Leadership Level Gifts/Coins Report Envelope Tracking Form Donor Recognition Tracking Form (if applicable) Local campaign website: www.cowvcfc.org Central Ohio and West Virginia CFC Facebook page
Completing the Pledge Card Instruct employees to use black ballpoint pen, write in all capital letters and to press firmly! 3-Part Form: 1.Top page goes to your Payroll Office. 2.Middle page (white carbon copy) goes in the Report Envelope. 3.Bottom page (pink carbon copy) to donor as confirmation receipt. 4.A lapel pin is given to all donors that submit a pledge card.
Employee Express (EEX) Only available to federal agencies that currently have access to EEX for HR functions Will appear as an option 9/1-12/15 on the EEX site Reports will be made available periodically throughout the campaign and/or at the end of the campaign period Agencies that have access to EEX DO NOT have access to CFC Nexus
CFC Nexus Provided by an external vendor Pledge detail will be printed and delivered, by your LE, for submission to your payroll processing department These reports should be submitted in your campaign report envelope along with other pledges and accounted for as such