COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN

AMAR IS PROUD TO BE A PART OF THE COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN (CFC) AS CHARITY #50135. WE SINCERELY APPRECIATE ALL OF THE SUPPORT WE RECEIVED FROM CFC CAMPAIGNS NATIONWIDE AND OVERSEAS IN 2016, AND WE’RE THRILLED TO BE RENAMED A BENEFICIARY FOR 2017.

The mission of the CFC is to promote and support philanthropy through a giving program that is employee-focused, cost-efficient and effective in providing all federal employees with the opportunity to improve the quality of life at home and abroad. We are so grateful to the many federal employees and members of the military that contributed to AMAR in 2016. Your support brought in more than $7,000 in funding for emergency aid, health care services and educational programs in Iraq. We hope to use that momentum for the 2016 campaign, and raise even more support to help rebuild lives for the hundreds of thousands of of men, women and children we serve each year.

WHO CAN GIVE

All federal civilian, postal, and military employees are able to pledge support through the CFC. Donations made to AMAR using our CFC charity #50135 will be disbursed to our organization in 2017.

HOW YOU CAN GIVE

Pledges are made through each employee’s local CFC office between September 1 – December 15 and can be one-time donations or recurring pay-roll deductions. Click here to locate your local office and get more information about making a gift.

WHY GIVE

CFC provides an opportunity for federal workers to become involved in their communities and to have their giving efforts viewed as a direct extension of their commitment to public service.

CONTACT US

If you have any questions regarding the CFC or the involvement of AMAR in the CFC, please contact the AMAR team at washingtondc@amarfoundation.org.

Legal Disclaimer
AMAR International Charitable Foundation in the United States of America (AMAR U.S.) is a non-profit corporation registered in the District of Columbia. The Internal Revenue Service has determined that contributions to AMAR U.S. are tax-exempt under the provisions of IRS regulation 501(c )(3) to the extent permitted by law.

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