Volunteers needed to assist with Combined Federal Campaign
75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
/ Published October 11, 2019
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- Fall is upon us and for Hill Air Force Base that means it’s time for the Combined Federal Campaign to begin.
During the campaign, federal civilians and military members can contribute to any of the thousands of available CFC charities that support a number of causes including human rights, disaster relief, veteran support, health care, clean water, and education just to name a few.
The CFC at Hill Air Force Base will run Nov. 4 through Dec. 15.
“The Combined Federal Campaign is an opportunity for you to improve the quality of life for all,” said Master Sgt. Joshua Blair, 2019 CFC co-chair.
He encourages people to contribute during the campaign period and to contact Hill Air Force Base’s CFC co-chairs on other ways they can help.
Volunteers are needed to fill committees and be points of contact for each organization at Hill AFB. These members will be the coordinators in units for those who want to give.
Last year, the federal community contributed nearly $100 million to charities and helping those in need across the country and around the world.
For more information or to volunteer, contact the one of the installation’s CFC co-chairs, Lt. Col. Jason Bartels at email@example.com, 2nd Lt. Madison Charland at firstname.lastname@example.org or Blair at email@example.com.