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The 2017 Combined Federal Campaign is off and running! CFC kicks off
The 2017 Combined Federal Campaign is off and running!
0 9/29
2017
The 2017-2018 Combined Federal Campaign kick-off event will be at 11 a.m. Sept. 28 at the Hill Aerospace Museum. (Courtesy graphic) CFC season is here, museum to host kick-off event Sept. 28
The 2017 Combined Federal Campaign is off and running in the intermountain area. The CFC, which runs Oct. 2, 2017, through Jan. 12, 2018, is an annual workplace charity campaign. This year, Team Hill is kicking off the campaign at the Hill Aerospace Museum Sept. 28 at 11 a.m.
0 9/08
2017
Sheldon Walker, 309th Software Maintenance Group CFC key worker, presents CFC information to Jim Stanfield, also 309th SMXG, Dec. 1 at Hill Air Force Base. The CFC is a streamlined process where employees can choose from an extensive list of 21,000 non-profit charities to submit their donations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Paul Holcomb) CFC improves lives of thousands
The giving season is ensuing on base with the Combined Federal Campaign in hopes of reaching their donation goal of $500,000 by Dec. 15. “This is really a time of giving as we celebrate the holidays,” said CFC Chairman Cathy Barker, encouraging all Department of Defense employees to give what they can to the campaign.
0 12/01
2016
Default Air Force Logo Popular social media trend may violate DOD regulations
A young woman paced herself as she ran around her neighborhood, her breath visible as the brisk morning air cycled through her lungs, the wind blowing her hair back, and her cheeks stinging from the elements. She dodged people walking their dogs, trash cans left out for pickup, and finally reached a pausing point where she took out her phone.
0 9/30
2016
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