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Charity campaign deadline extended

Combined Federal Campaign event at USPS headquarters
Debbie Ore, a diversity event coordinator, speaks to Rennie Galanos, a Postal Employees’ Relief Fund representative, during a Combined Federal Campaign event at USPS headquarters in Washington, DC, last fall.

You have more time to show some love.

The deadline for the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), the federal government’s annual workplace charity drive, has been extended to Friday, Feb. 8.

The U.S. Office of Personnel Management, which oversees the campaign, is giving federal workers more time to contribute due to the government shutdown. The CFC was slated to conclude last week.

Postal Service employees can still submit a paper pledge to a CFC keyworker or go to the CFC online giving portal to pledge their money or time to more than 8,000 member charities.

“We have a second chance to make a difference in the lives of people in our community and throughout the world,” said Kathleen Harper, a human resources program and policy analyst who oversees the Postal Service’s CFC efforts.

Employees with questions should contact their local CFC keyworkers or campaign managers.

The CFC Blue and LiteBlue pages have more information on the campaign, including employee and retiree pledge forms.

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