Presentation on theme: "2014 CFC-O Campaign Representative Training Presenter:"— Presentation transcript:
2014 CFC-O Campaign Representative Training Presenter:
WHAT IS THE CFC? Campaign Dates: 8 September – 7 November
WHOSE LIVES ARE TOUCHED BY CFC-SUPPORTED CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS? 3
VICTIMS OF DISASTERS 4
WOUNDED WARRIORS 5
YOU AND ME 6
YOU AND ME: FSYP 7 In the CFC-O, undesignated contributions (up to six percent of gross campaign revenue) are invested in quality of life programs at military installations through Family Support and Youth Programs (FSYP) funding. Misawa Air Force Base July 17, 2014 Thirteen Thousand Four Hundred Two 13, Generous CFC-O Contributors Family Support and Youth Programs
WHY GIVE TO THE CFC? 8 ConfidenceConvenienceChoiceCaring
CONFIDENCE 9 OPM Code of Federal Regulations, Title 5, Part 950 DoD Instruction Service Regulations Army: AR Navy: SECNAV Air Force: AFI
CONVENIENCE 10 The CFC-O offers contributors three ways to make a pledge: 1. DFAS myPay 2. CFC-O eGiving 3. Traditional Paper Pledge Card
CHOICE 11 NEW FOR 2014: Universal Giving!
PAPER CHARITY LISTING 12
WHAT IS THE NUMBER ONE REASON A PERSON MAKES A CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTION? 13
THE ASK 14 1.Be knowledgeable 2.Lead by example 3.Personal conversation 4.Connect with emotion 5.Explain options and benefits 6.Ask for a contribution 7.Say thank you 8.Follow up Meets the requirement of 100% informed opportunity to give
COMPLETE A PLEDGE Seven-Digit Unit Reporting Number SMITHJOHNL E 6 UNIT 6, APO AE SVS Name and Rank Address, Unit Name, Phone # JohnLSmith 09/17/ Sign and SSN for payroll allotment XxXx Status and Branch of Service x Select Allotment Amount Designate Charities and Annual Amounts
HOW TO USE eGIVING 16 STEP 1: Visit cfcoverseas.org and click the “DONATE” button. DONATE
HOW TO USE eGIVING 17 STEP 2: Click on the link to eGiving on the Giving Options page.
HOW TO USE eGIVING 18 STEP 3: Log in to the system or establish a new account with your .
HOW TO USE eGIVING 19 STEP 4: Select your reporting unit. 1
HOW TO USE eGIVING 20 STEP 5: Start a new contribution or view/print a previous contribution.
HOW TO USE eGIVING 21 STEP 6: Select charities.
HOW TO USE eGIVING 22 STEP 6 continued: Select charities.
HOW TO USE eGIVING 23 STEP 7: Make your gift.
HOW TO USE eGIVING 24 STEP 8: Enter your information.
HOW TO USE eGIVING 25 STEP 9: Enter your credit card, debit card, bank account information.
HOW TO USE myPAY 26 STEP 1: Visit cfcoverseas.org and click the “DONATE” button. DONATE
HOW TO USE myPAY 27 STEP 2: Click on the link to myPay on the Giving Options page.
HOW TO USE myPAY 28 STEP 3: Log in to your myPay account and then choose “Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)” from the menu.
HOW TO USE myPAY 29 STEP 4: Click “Add New Contribution”.
HOW TO USE myPAY 30 STEP 5: Enter the CFC-O Campaign Code – 0995 – and click “Find Campaign”. 0995
HOW TO USE myPAY 31 STEP 6: Confirm you are participating in the CFC-Overseas.
HOW TO USE myPAY 32 STEP 7: Enter the monthly dollar amount you would like to pledge. Maximum allowable total donation for military personnel is $833/month. For donations higher than that, military donors should use a paper pledge form.
HOW TO USE myPAY 33 STEP 8: Search for charities using charity codes, names, categories or keywords. HELPFUL TIP The myPay system will time-out without saving your information. To avoid this, it is best to search for charities using the paper charity list or the online search tool on cfcoverseas.org before you log in to myPay.
HOW TO USE myPAY 34 STEP 9: Select up to 30 charities.
HOW TO USE myPAY 35 STEP 10: Designate the monthly dollar amount each charity should receive. The balance will be listed as “undesignated”. Charity #1 Charity #2 Charity #3 Charity #4 Charity #5
HOW TO USE myPAY 36 STEP 11: For your myPay CFC pledge to be properly credited to your unit, be sure to enter your unit’s seven digit CFC-O reporting number in the field marked “Command/Unit Name”.
HOW TO USE myPAY 37 STEP 12: Review all your information and click “yes” to finalize your pledge. Charity #1 Charity #2 Charity #3 Charity #4 Charity #5
PLEDGE CARD ERRORS SMITHJOHNL E 6 UNIT 6, APO AE SVS JohnLSmith 09/17/ XxXx x x X X X X
CAMPAIGN WORKERS 39 The Community Area Project Officer or CAPO: works in team of two and is responsible for the campaign at the installation level. The Unit Coordinator: reports to the CAPO and is responsible for the campaign within his/her unit. The Keyworker: reports to the Unit Coordinator and is responsible for the campaign within an office/section.
WEEKLY REPORTING REVIEW Keyworkers collect completed pledge cards from contributors. Check for errors. Return Green Copy to Contributor. Present Coin to $150+ contributors. Complete Weekly Report Envelope and submit to Unit Coordinator. Unit Coordinator collects all Weekly Report Envelopes from Keyworkers. Verifies contents. Unit Coordinator completes consolidated Weekly Report Envelope and submits to CAPO
RECOGNITION: COINS 41
RECOGNITION: UNITS Unit/Installation AwardsQualifications Bronze Award40% participation or $60 per capita gift Silver Award50% participation or $90 per capita gift Gold Award60% participation or $120 per capita gift Platinum Award85% participation or $200 per capita gift Special Merit AwardHighest honor awarded in each component per command 42
RECOGNITION: REPS Campaign Worker Awards Certificate of Achievement Outstanding CAPO CFC Hero 43
CONTESTS Four chances to win fame and fortune! 44
KICKOFF EVENT CONTEST One winner per component! Submission deadline = 22 September 45
PARTICIPATION SURGE 8 – 26 September 2014 CFC-O SURGE SCOREBOARD Pacific Air Force Team# of Touchdowns (participation %) Kadena Kings18.6 Kunsan Fighters26.8 Misawa Mavericks21.6 Osan Cowboys25.4 Yokota Lions
WEEK OF ONLINE GIVING 13 – 17 October 47
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CAMPAIGN MATERIALS 49
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