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 President Kennedy - Executive Order in 1961  Steady growth throughout the years  2004 - $1,886,273  2009 - $2,141,915  2011 - $2,089,050  In 2005.

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2  President Kennedy - Executive Order in 1961  Steady growth throughout the years  2004 - $1,886,273  2009 - $2,141,915  2011 - $2,089,050  In 2005 our campaign raised more than $2M for the first time - $2,189,787  In 2010 we combined with Jefferson & Clallam counties from the Olympic Peninsula CFC and became the Greater Olympic Peninsula CFC!!!  Our campaign is among the top 25 CFC’s nationwide

3  Greater Olympic Peninsula Goal  Local Goal – establish to challenge  PSNS –  Keyport –  Others - Suggest 1Hr. Avg. Pay x # Employees

4  Campaign Dates – September 1st – December 15th  OPM CFC Official Home Page www.opm.gov/cfc  Greater Olympic Peninsula CFC Webpage www.gopcfc.org  Local Webpage PSNS Intranet – “News and Information” NUWC Keyportal  Make information available as much as possible

5 DivDivison Lead AgencyLeadEmailPhone _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1 PSNS & IMF RMCPri: Dawn Dalessiodawn.dalessio@navy.mil (360) 476-3809dawn.dalessio@navy.mil 1Alt: David Kerrdavid.kerr@navy.mil (360) 315-1119david.kerr@navy.mil 2Naval Base KitsapPri: MA1 Christopher Voge christopher.voge@navy.mil(360) 396-4441christopher.voge@navy.mil 2 Alt: 3FISC PSPri: LT Jimmy Fosterjimmy.a.foster@navy.mil(360) 476-1076jimmy.a.foster@navy.mil 3Alt: LS2 Patrick McWeeneypatrick.mcweeney@navy.mil(360) 476-7285patrick.mcweeney@navy.mil 4SUBRON 17Pri: STSC Bradley Amelsbergbradley.amelsberg@navy.mil(360) 396-5592bradley.amelsberg@navy.mil 5 Alt: Yn2 Jovani Cunningham jovani.cunningham@navy.miljovani.cunningham@navy.mil 5SUBRON 19Pri: YN2 Trever Threde trever.threde@navy.mil (360) 396-6269trever.threde@navy.mil 5 Alt: YNCS Stephen Sauer stephen.d.sauer@navy.mil (360) 396-6222stephen.d.sauer@navy.mil 6SUBGRU 9Pri: YN1 Marlynna Lambertmarlynna.lambert@navy.mil (360) 315-4134marlynna.lambert@navy.mil 6 Alt: STS1 Douglas Neff douglas.neff@navy.mil (360) 315-3952douglas.neff@navy.mil 7SWFPACPri: MTCS Victor Masonvictor.mason@swfpac.navy.mil (360) 396-8282victor.mason@swfpac.navy.mil 7 Alt: LT Brian Bitner brian.bitner@swfpac.navy.mil (360) 633-5309brian.bitner@swfpac.navy.mil 7 TTF Alt: CWO2 Justin Sidwell justin.sidwell@swfpac.navy.mil (360)315-2703justin.sidwell@swfpac.navy.mil 8 Naval HospitalPri: LT Heather Rosati heather.rosati@med.navy.mil (360) 475-4145heather.rosati@med.navy.mil 8Alt: HMC Steven Lastuka steven.lastuka@med.navy.mil (360) 475-4588steven.lastuka@med.navy.mil 9EPA Pri: Mathew Roach roach.matthew@epa.gov (360) 779-5585roach.matthew@epa.gov 10NAVFAC NorthwestPri: Donna Swanson donna.swanson@navy.mil (360) 396-4596donna.swanson@navy.mil 10 Alt: LT John Pilon jonathan.pilon@navy.mil (360) 396-2575jonathan.pilon@navy.mil 11 NUWC KeyportPri: Mr. Robert Jennings robert.s.jennings@navy.mil(360) 315-3169robert.s.jennings@navy.mil 12Navy Region NWPri: MAC John Draper john.draper@navy.mil(360) 340-6593john.draper@navy.mil 12Alt: MM1 Michael Holloway michael.holloway@navy.mil (360) 396-1893michael.holloway@navy.mil 12 Alt: Becky Dewitte becky.dewitt@navy.mil (360)315-8073becky.dewitt@navy.mil 13 USCG Port AngelesPri: SKC Stephen Prysock stephen.c.prysock@uscg.mil (360) 417-5804stephen.c.prysock@uscg.mil

6 Division 1 PSNS & IMF & RMC NSWC Carderock Div Division 2 Naval Base Kitsap USS JOHN C STENNIS USS EMORY S LAND Carrier Group 3 NOSC Division 3 FLCPS DLA IMF NAVSISA PMO DDPW NLSO NW Commissary Bremerton Navy Exchange Bremerton Fire Department EPA Division 4 SUBRON 17 USS ALABAMA (B) USS ALABAMA (G) USS KENTUCKY (B) USS KENTUCKY (G) USS LOUISIANA (B) USS LOUISIANA (G) USS MAINE (B) USS MAINE (G) USS NEBRASKA (B) USS NEBRASKA (G) USS H.M. JACKSON (B) USS H.M. JACKSON (G) USS NEVADA (B) USS NEVADA (G) Division 5 SUBRON 19 USS MICHIGAN (B) USS MICHIGAN (G) USS OHIO (B) USS OHIO (G) USS PENNSYLVANIA Division 6 CSDS 5 SUBGRU 9 NSSC USS CONNECTICUT USS JIMMY CARTER USS SEAWOLF Division 7 SWFPAC TTF MCSF Bangor EOD Detachment Commissary Bangor Navy Exchange Bangor Division 8 Naval Hospital Division 9 EPA Postal Service Social Security BPA FBI IRS 1st Congressional Dist Staff 6th Congressional Dist Staff VA Division 10 NAVFAC NW NUWC Newport Det. USCG MFPU Bangor PSD DET Bangor CBMU 303 Det Bangor NCIS Bangor NAVMAG Indian Island Division 11 NUWC Keyport NUWC Keyport Det. Bangor Division 12 Navy Region NW HRSC NW Navy Band Region Legal Serv. CCU Puget Sound TPU Bangor NCTAMSPAC DET PS Division 13 USCG Port Angeles USFS CG STA Quillayute River CG STA Neah Bay USCGC CUTTYHUNK USCGC OSPREY USCGC ADELIE Division 13 (cont’d) USCG Port Angeles USCGC WAHOO USCGC SWORDFISH Olympic National Park SocSec (PA) Cong. Dicks office (PA) Office of Border Patrol

7  Influence the success of the campaign  Coordinate the program in your shop/code/department/division  The direct link for the Key person(s)  Responsible for having the knowledge & experience to answer questions

8  Most important link to reach employees!!!  ESSENTIAL for a good campaign  Provide 100% Contact to Employees  One-on-one  Small Group Presentation (< 20 employees)  Materials provided – brochure, donor slip, pen, website address  Important Tools to use:  Action Checklist – copy in workbook  Contact Check Sheet – Key worker Drawing  Advertising – Display posters

9  You may NOT set a personal dollar goal.  You may NOT set a 100% participation goal.  Supervisor may NOT solicit employees.  Do NOT display or use lists of donors or non- donors.  NO promoting one agency over another – Let the contributor choose the agency that will receive his or her gift.

10  It is not coercion when you ask people to participate and then give them a chance to think about it. Do not say you expect 100% participation.  True voluntary giving is fundamental to Federal fund raising.  Coercion is Forbidden in the CFC.

11  Emphasize purpose of CFC  Advertise Benefits of giving THRU CFC  Address “Concerns” of the Individual  Provide Convenient Opportunity to Give  Publicize, Publicize, Publicize!!!  Emphasize use of On-Line option to benefit campaign – http://gopcfc.orghttp://gopcfc.org

12  Your donation goes to whichever participating agency you choose or if you do not choose an agency it will be undesignated.  Undesignated donations will be distributed to agencies in proportion to their total designated gifts  Confidential Donations: This option is available to interested donors – Pledge card should be placed in a sealed envelope and be sure to check the box on front of the Report & Contribution Packet.

13  What is it? In 2012, GOP campaign and two others are testing a new donation option called Universal Giving (UG). UG permits donors to pledge to any participating CFC charity no matter where the donors or the charity is geographically located. Previously, only National, International, and Local charities in our campaign's area were available to our donors. Universal Giving now makes all Local agencies in all CFC regions accessible as well. Thus, donors who wish to stay involved with a favored charity or charities elsewhere may do so through UG.  How does Universal Giving work? Universal Giving charities will only be listed in available on-line giving tools, and not in the paper charity list. If you wish to donate to a local charity elsewhere, log in to our on-line giving tool at www.gopcfc.org to search for the charity you want to support. Enter the charity’s 5- digit charity code either on your paper pledge form or in the on- line donation tool, complete the form and submit! It’s that easy! www.gopcfc.org

14  Only listed via on-line search tool  Multiple Search Options  Taxonomy, National, International, Zip Code, etc  Icon represents affiliation (L, N, I, UG)  Pledging exactly the same – paper/on-line  On-line more efficient

15 An active duty military member stationed away from their home of residence will now be able to support approved charities back home. They will not be limited to the agencies in their current duty station geographic area. With Universal Giving, that donor can now support local scouts, food banks, or other service organizations within their home communities. Many deployed military and federal workers endeavor to stay involved in their communities of origin – where they came from. They seek to support the charities they knew growing up or those that provided assistance to their community in times of need. When they relocate to another community, they are forced to abandon that support through CFC. Universal Giving restores that option. Through Universal Giving, any donor in any participating campaign can donate to ANY CFC approved agency worldwide!

16  Convenience: pledging online allows you to complete your pledge thru CFC from the privacy and comfort of your computer.  Searching: finding charities of interest is easy through the interactive search tool. Search, sort, and filter charities to find the ones that deserve your dollars. You can even research through charity websites while you are creating your pledge.  Math is made simple: enter the amount per pay period and decide how much of your total annual donation goes to each charity.  Accessibility: log in to your CFC Nexus account at any time to view, print, or email pledges you have made in the past. This is convenient for the tax season.  Replication: as a returning donor you may simply replicate your previous year’s pledge.  It’s green: pledging online means fewer pledge cards and charity catalogs need to be printed.  Efficiency: because your online pledge card is fully legible, with perfect math, and designated to the charities you decide, the CFC and payroll centers time for each pledge is greatly reduced.  Reporting: you can check the reports page to see how your Federal agency compares to others and contributes to the overall campaign.

17  To donate to a agency they must be approved and in the brochure  Brochures provide a list of all local, national, & international agencies  Make brochures available to every potential donor along with their pledge card.  Searchable version also available at http://gopcfc.org http://gopcfc.org

18  CFC Q & A  Pledge Card  Giving Guidelines  Alphabetic Index

19 All CFC agencies have a five digit code number.  The five digit numbers can be found in the printed agency listing or on our website http://gopcfc.org

20  CFC Handbook (green)  Posters  Thermometer Goal Poster  CFC Brochure  CFC Keyperson Report & Contribution Packet  CFC Consolidated Receipt & Accounting Form  Pledge Card

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22 Copy 1 (white) Payroll Copy 2 (yellow) PCFO Copy 3 (pink) Contributor

23  Link through website Payroll – automatic processing for civilians Payroll Military – print and submit to PSD Military  SSN is not retained in either method

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37 Contact Gift - Pen All Donors - Pin $500 and above - CupCFC Key/Chair Workers

38  Keypersons should turn in contributions NLT Wednesday to their Chairperson or Coordinator (or more often if convenient)  Chairperson should turn in contributions NLT Thursday a.m. and/or no later than Thursday p.m. to the CFC Coordinator  On-Line processed through out campaign by PCFO

39  Aug. 11 – 6th Annual Poker Run beginning and ending at Legend Harley Davidson in Silverdale: PSNS & IMF  Aug. 25 - Golf Tournament & Pig Roast at Horseshoe Lake: PSNS & IMF  Sept. 8/9 – Co-Ed and Men’s Division Softball Tournament at Pendergast Park: Keyport  Sept 29- 5K Fun Run at Evergreen Park: PSNS & IMF  TBD– Dodge Ball: Naval Hospital Bremerton

40  Notify Coordinator & Chairperson  Include POC phone, email, event date, time and place of scheduled fundraisers  This will prevent any problems that may occur with duplicate events being planned in the same space

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