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Missed the deadline?

There’s still time to mail CFC pledge forms

The Combined Federal Campaign allows federal workers to contribute to more than 6,000 charitable organizations.

If you filled out a Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) pledge form but were unable to submit it before the Jan. 15 deadline, you still have time.

Although the campaign has concluded, due to extraordinary circumstances stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, CFC organizers will continue to count paper pledge forms that are mailed now through mid-February.

You can give your filled-out paper pledge form to a CFC keyworker in your workplace or mail it to: CFC Processing Center, PO Box 7820, Madison, WI 53707-7820. While the deadline has not been set for these forms, you should mail yours as soon as possible.

Be sure to include an email address or phone number so the CFC Processing Center can contact you if they have questions about your form. Your contact information will not be shared and will help ensure your pledge is counted.

The CFC, the federal government’s annual workplace charity drive, allows federal employees, retirees, and contractors to contribute to more than 6,000 charitable organizations.