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USPS raised $2.85 million for the Combined Federal Campaign   

The total includes more than 2,100 volunteer hours

A Combined Federal Campaign poster that shows smiling postal workers
The Combined Federal Campaign featured USPS employees on a recent promotional poster.

USPS employees pledged $2.8 million during the most recent Combined Federal Campaign, which ended Jan. 15. Including the monetary value of more than 2,100 volunteer hours pledged, the total USPS contribution was $2.85 million.

“Every year, Postal Service employees come through for the Combined Federal Campaign — and the 2023-24 campaign was no exception,” said Myriam Irizarry, a USPS program and policy analyst who serves as the campaign manager for headquarters employees.

The amount pledged was roughly on par with the $2.9 million raised in the 2022-23 campaign.

Among the four retail and delivery areas, Southern led with more than $816,000 in pledges. Eastern led the two processing regions with $409,000 in pledges, while Atlantic topped the four logistics regions with $90,000 in pledges.

Employees at USPS headquarters in Washington, DC, donated $441,000 and more than 1,300 volunteer hours, bringing their total contribution to $471,500.

The campaign, also known as the CFC, is the federal government’s annual workplace charity drive. Since its founding 1961, the campaign has raised more than $86 billion.

USPS is regularly one of the top 10 fundraisers in the campaign.

The CFC website has more information.