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CFC is the world's largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign, with more than 150 CFC national and international campaigns raising millions of dollars each year. Defense Department employees nationwide have the opportunity to give in the DOD campaign from September 1, 2013 to January 15, 2014. In his memo, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel expressed his unwavering support for the campaign and strongly encouraged members of the workforce to participate in any capacity he or she is able.

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New CFC Regulations Are a Blueprint for a Charitable Future

Like every employer from IBM and ExxonMobil to Microsoft and Amazon, the government tries to offer the best employee benefit programs for its workers -- military, civilian or postal -- while maintaining vigilant oversight to ensure the programs are operated within and appropriate legal and security demands. Story

DOD Raises $21 Million in CFC Campaign

Despite a year of furloughs and a government shutdown, Defense Department civilians and military members raised $21 million for 4,400 charities during the Combined Federal Campaign last year, Acting Deputy Defense Secretary Christine H. Fox said at the CFC awards ceremony at the Pentagon. Story

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Artwork Contest

The Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas (CFC-O) announced the winners of the annual 2013 CFC-O Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS) Elementary School Art Contest. Contest judges recognized six grand prize recipients from entries received at the kindergarten through fifth-grade levels. View all winning artwork below:

  • Artwork: Kindergarden, 1st Place.

    Kindergarten: 1st Place

  • Artwork: Kindergarden, 2nd Place.

    Kindergarten: 2nd Place

  • Artwork: Kindergarden, 3rd Place.

    Kindergarten: 3rd Place

  • Artwork: First Grade, 1st place.

    First Grade: 1st Place

  • Artwork: First Grade, 2nd place.

    First Grade: 2nd Place

  • Artwork: First Grade, 3rd place.

    First Grade: 3rd Place

  • Artwork: Second Grade, 1st place.

    Second Grade: 1st Place

  • Artwork: Second Grade, 2nd place.

    Second Grade: 2nd Place

  • Artwork: Second Grade: 3rd place.

    Second Grade: 3rd Place

  • Artwork: Third Grade, 1st place.

    Third Grade: 1st Place

  • Artwork: Third Grade, 2nd place.

    Third Grade: 2nd Place

  • Artwork: Third Grade, 3rd place.

    Third Grade: 3rd Place

  • Artwork: Fourth Grade, 1st place.

    Fourth Grade: 1st Place

  • Artwork: Fourth Grade, 2nd place.

    Fourth Grade: 2nd Place

  • Artwork: Fourth Grade, 3rd place.

    Fourth Grade: 3rd Place

  • Artwork: Fifth Grade, 1st place.

    Fifth Grade: 1st Place

  • Artwork: Fifth Grade, 2nd place.

    Fifth Grade: 2nd Place

  • Artwork: Fifth Grade, 3rd place.

    Fifth Grade: 3rd Place

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CFC Kick-Off.

CFC Kick-Off

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PSA Contest

The Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas (CFC-O) announced the winners of the annual 2013 CFC-O Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS) High School Public Service Announcement (PSA) Contest. Contest judges recognized five high schools. View all winning PSAs below:

  • 1st Place, Kadena High School

    1st Place
    Kadena High School

  • 2nd Place, Weisbaden High School

    2nd Place
    Weisbaden High School

  • 3rd Place: Ramstein High School

    3rd Place
    Ramstein High School

  • 4th Place, Vilseck High School

    4th Place
    Vilseck High School

  • 5th Place, Patch High School

    5th Place
    Patch High School

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