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1 2014 Campaign Combined Federal Campaign Fort Campbell Area & Western Kentucky 2014 Campaign 2000TRAINING.PPT

2 What Is The CFC? O nce-a-year, in-the-workplace charitable drive exclusively for Federal employees: Military, Civilian & U.S. Postal Service C reated in 1961 by Executive Order of President John F. Kennedy. C ampaign period: 2 September – 16 December 2

3 Why Do We Have A CFC? E liminates year-round solicitation in the workplace by charitable organizations. and A uthorizes donors the convenience and use of payroll deduction for charitable contributions. 3

4 What Kind Of Campaign Is CFC? A DESIGNATION CAMPAIGN Donors designate their contributions to the organization(s) listed in the Campaign Brochure. There is no discretionary money. Undesignated contributions are shared among all listed agencies proportional to the amount they were designated. 4

5 How Are Agencies Selected? A gencies are pre-screened annually by Eligibility Committees that are composed of Federal employees. A gencies must meet stringent fiscal, managerial and ethical standards. 5

6 Who Manages The CFC? Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Sets policy and procedures Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) Responsible for conducting a local campaign COL Dellinger – LFCC Chairman MG Volesky- Campaign Chairman Principal Combined Fund Organization (PCFO) Administers local campaign (Federated Campaign Stewards) 6

7 How Effective Is The CFC? Fort Campbell Area CFC : $ 716, Total Raised in attained the “rank” of Super Eagle Club Status ($1000 donation or more) attained the “rank” of Eagle Club Status ($500 donation or more) donators achieved Mug Club Status ($120 donation or more) 7

8 Why Participate? CONVENIENCE - CHOICE - CONFIDENCE C ONVENIENCE O nce-a-year I n the work-place P ayroll deduction C HOICE S elect from 3,000+ charitable organizations C ontribute to an Agency of choice 8 (1 of 2)

9 Why Participate? CONVENIENCE - CHOICE - CONFIDENCE C ONFIDENCE A gencies screened by Federal employees C ampaign audited by CPA firm Your Choice on who gets your donation Your Choice on how much you what to donate 9 (2 of 2)

10 Donor Recognition PenClub – Annual contribution……..….$1.00-$ Bag Club – Annual contribution….….….$240-$ Eagle Club – Annual contribution….….….$600-More 10

11 Agency Recognition Bronze Award ……. 60% participation with a per-capita gift of $ Silver Award ……… 70% participation with a per-capita gift of $ Gold Award ……….. 80% participation with a per-capita gift of $

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13 Campaign Material Donor Brochure Donor Brochure …….……..… 1 for every 3 individuals Charitable organization listing General campaign information & options 12 (1 of 4)

14 2014 Campaign Material Pledge Card Pledge Card ….…………..…..………...…..For every individual - 1 each Payroll Office Copy (Copy # 1) Central Receipt Point Copy (Copy # 2) Contributor’s Copy Contributor’s Copy (Copy # 3) Tally Envelope Tally Envelope …….……...For Key Workers - 1 per 30 pledge forms Personnel contact tracking and accounting 13 (2 of 4)

15 Blank Pledge Card

16 Sample Pledge Card Civilian Payroll Deduction

17 Sample Pledge Card Military Payroll Deduction

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19 Progress Reporting Dates 12, 19, 26, SEP 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 OCT 7, 14, 21, NOV 5, 12, 19 DEC 19

20 2014 Campaign Objectives! R aise $ 800,000+ (Overall Goal $1.9 Million) I ncrease overall participation I nform all Federal employees of the advantages of using the CFC H and Delivery of a Brochure and Pledge Card to every Federal employee O nline Giving 20

21 Key Planning Factors Start campaign as soon as possible Conduct campaign select a four week period Training Activities conduct campaign: 2 Sep –16 Dec Organize to Hand deliver to every member a Brochure and Pledge Card Follow up contact with all individuals who were not contacted initially 22

22 The Group Presentation  Most efficient way to contact people  Opportunity for Senior Executive support  Efficient way to “explain CFC”  Opportunity for Agency Speaker & testimonials  The easiest way to show the video – Have video on request 24

23 Communications Campaign Director Valerie Crocker_ Campaign Coordinator SFC Hatch_ CFC Office Telephone: Fax: Web Page Washington D.C

24 Frequently Asked Questions! 26

25 I do not want certain organizations to receive any of my contribution. How do I make sure this happens? Designate your contribution. This ensures that only the agency selected will receive a donation. There is no “discretionary money” to be given to any agency. Undesignated funds are distributed among agencies proportional to the amount that was designated to them. 28

26 How can I be sure my contribution will get to the agency I designated? Check the “Please release my name...” box on the pledge card and the agency should send you a thank you notice. OPM Regulations require a Financial Audit by a CPA firm to ensure all financial transactions are completed, accurate and balance to the penny. OPM Regulations require an annual Compliance Audit to ensure the campaign is conducted in accordance with Congressional guidelines. 29

27 SPONSORSHIP GEICO has proudly sponsored the CFC 2014 Kickoff event. GEICO has supported the Ft. Campbell Area CFC for years.

28 REGIONAL CAMPAIGN GOAL -$800,000 Fort Campbell Area- Overall Goal for the Fort Campbell Area & Western Kentucky CFC $1.9 Million 31

29 Invest In Your Own Future Use your CFC… “Reaching Out - Raising Hope” 31


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