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1 Keyworkers Make it Possible
Your name: what agency are you from: What does an LE do - :03 Customize your training for each of your agencies. Celebrate their 2013 totals :03

2 Thank you for being a CFC Keyworker

3 About the CFC: Established by President John F. Kennedy in 1961
World’s largest fundraising campaign In 2013, our region raised $51 million for charities Nationwide, the CFC has raised more than $7 billion for charity over the past 52 years

4 NIH CFC leadership Keyworkers Department of Health and Human Services
Lead Agency: Administration for Children and Families Joel Sackett, HHS Campaign Manager Dr. Collins, NIH Director and Campaign Co-Chair Dr. Briggs, NCCAM Director and Campaign Co-Chair Wendy Liffers, NCCAM Executive Officer and NIH Campaign Manager NIH Steering Committee IC Executive Officers: Campaign Coordinators Deputy and Assistant Coordinator Keyworkers

5 Last year’s achievement
Goals Last year’s achievement 2014 Goal DHHS $5.3 million $5 million NIH $2.4 million $2.2 million Why have goals? Benchmark Motivation

6 Primary responsibilities
Tell you contacts about the campaign and ask them to participate Accept paper pledge forms from your contacts and submit them to your IC CFC Deputy Coordinator note: most online donations are paperless Thank everyone for considering participating in the CFC

7 Campaign timeline October - Receive your supplies and list of people to contact - Pass out Campaign Cards and introduce yourself as the Keyworker - NIH CFC Kickoff, Wednesday, October 8, 11 to 1, in front of Building One November - Follow up with each of your contacts - Continue momentum within your IC with messages, signs, events, . . . December - The final “ask” - R&W Drawing deadline is December 15 January - Continue accepting contributions

8 Get ready Learn about the campaign
Look at the pledge form, the CFC options at MyPay, and the options at Visit Make sure you know who you are responsible for contacting

9 Keyworker supplies Campaign Cards Second Touch Cards
Paper Pledge Forms Pledge Form Carriers CFCNCA Posters Printed Catalog

10 100% ask 100% ask—not 100% participation
Explain that donors pick the charities they want to support Explain it is easy to give Let your co-workers know that you are there to answer their questions Follow up with all your contacts

11 Federal regulations & ethics
Do not: Require 100% participation Coerce fellow employees Suggest donation amounts or charities to support Develop a list of contributors OR non-contributors (You may keep a list of those you have contacted and those you have not)

12 Universal giving Previously, donors could only give to national/international charities, or approved charities in their specific CFC region This year, CFCNCA donors will be able to give to any CFC approved charity in any region in the country The printed catalog only lists local capital-area charities plus national and international charities The online options list all 20,000+ charities

13 How do I make the “ask”?

14 Giving options Option for federal employees Online through MyPay
Paper pledge form Available to everyone Available to everyone Paper pledge form Option at


16 Step 1: Click on the CFC link

17 Step 2: Select “Add New Contribution.”

18 Step 3: Enter the per- Pay Period deduction amount
Step 4: Click Save

19 Step 4: Search for charities by: Code, Name, Category, or
Advanced Search.

20 Step 5: This screen will populate after selecting the charities.

21 Enter your IC’s Reporting Unit Number here
Federal Department/Agency and Office. Please enter your office location or code provided by your campaign worker: Enter your IC’s Reporting Unit Number here

22 Your Reporting Unit Number will show up here.
Step 6: Verify that your information is correct. If so, select “yes.” Your Reporting Unit Number will show up here.


24 About payroll deduction pledges
CFC payroll pledge = 26 pay periods First deduction for the 2014 CFC will be effective: pay period beginning January 11, 2015 and ending January 24, 2015, with payday on January 30, 2015 Remind your contacts to check their pay stubs to ensure their CFC pledge is accurate

25 Notes on myPay You can select up to 30 charities in myPay (29 if there are “undesignated” funds remaining) Employees must enter a .gov address Donors will receive an receipt for their myPay pledge

26 Challenges with myPay There is no ability to start a pledge and save it for later.  myPay times out after 20 minutes.  Incomplete pledges will be lost and donors will need to start again. Once a pledge is completed the donor cannot re-open the myPay pledge to make changes.  All changes have to be made through your IC’s benefits/payroll liaison found at The following charities are participating in the campaign but are not available in myPay: -WAMU American Cancer Society Inc. -American Heart Association, Mid-Atlantic Affiliate -MDA, Mid-Atlantic Division -Roanoke Valley Horse Rescue Inc. -Wildlife Biology Institute -Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad, Inc. -Mid Atlantic English Springer Spaniel Rescue -NASA COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP FUND INC -WOUNDED WARRIOR FAMILY FOUNDATION -ACTION FOR HOPE USA

27 Debit and credit pledges
New users must register prior to pledging Those who used CFCNexus last year will already be registered Tools to recover username and password Past pledging information will be available Payroll deduction option is no longer available—must use MyPay All NIH Institutes and Centers are listed—users must select from drop-down menu Upgrades from last year make CFCNexus easier to use


29 About credit and debit pledges
Choose from one-time or reoccurring One-time gifts are made the day the donor enters the pledge in CFCNexus Reoccurring gifts begin the first billing period in January 2015 and continue for 12 periods

30 Paper pledge forms Yellow copy White Copy: Blue Copy:
New smaller size! Yellow copy for payroll deduction pledges only goes to NIH payroll office White Copy: for every paper pledge goes to CFCNCA Blue Copy: donor’s receipt

31 Pledge Form Carrier (Form 100)
Used for processing paper pledges CFCNexus check and cash donations Special event proceeds A white copy for every paper pledge goes in the upper “white” pocket A yellow copy for every paper payroll pledge goes in the lower “yellow” pocket

32 Processing paper pledges
Keep completed pledge forms secure at all times Ensure the co-workers have filled out completely and correctly All deduction amounts must match total annual deduction amount Payroll deductions need an authorization signature Check must be included and made payable to CFCNCA Turn in any pledges you have every week on _________________ to your IC Coordinator:______________________.

33 Saying thank you Objective: thank everyone who made a pledge and recognize Eagle Donors Challenge: online donations are completely confidential, and campaign workers have no access to that information Solution: thank everyone for considering participating in the campaign ask each of your contacts if they know about the Eagle Award, explaining that it is for those who give 1% or 2% or more through the CFC and that Eagle givers should tell you, the Keyworker we have special thank you cards and lapel pins for Eagle donors. many charities send thank you messages to their CFC donors

34 Event calendar October 8
NIH Kickoff, 11 am to 1 pm, under tents in front of Building 1 (30+ charities, food trucks, entertainment, and more) October 9 First NIH CFC Report Day October 30 R&W Halloween Party, 11 am to 1 pm, Building 31A Patio TBD IC Director’s Challenge October--December IC Events CFCNCA Awareness Days (Red, White, and Blue Day; Giving Tuesday) December 15 Deadline to enter the R&W Drawing

35 NIH’s CFC Website MyPay CFCNexus Links to donate pages
Information about the NIH Campaign

36 Campaign videos 3-minute campaign video 1-minute campaign video
3 15-second campaign videos Nearly 100 thirty-second individual videos

37 Help and support Contact NIH CFC Contact CFCNCA
Send an to our help desk: Call the NIH CFC Office at -Debra Gale or -Christine Brake or -Monica Hanson or    Contact CFCNCA Visit   Call the CFCNCA Help Desk, (202)

38 Thank You For Making It Possible!

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