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The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the largest workplace fundraising campaign in the world. In the past 50 years, the CFC has raised $7 billion.

Below, you will find the 2017 Charity Directory with each charity’s assigned CFC number for your reference. Click here for more information.

American Kidney Fund

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CFC #11404 – kidneyfund.org/cfc
Needing dialysis is hard. It’s even harder when you can’t afford it. Donate to AKF and help people in desperate circumstances afford the healthcare they need to survive.

Community Residences, Inc.

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CFC #70177 – CommunityResidences.org
Community Residences is a passionate innovator of a growing, ethical and well-managed nonprofit that provides an array of programs, services and housing for individuals with mental health needs and developmental disabilities.

International Women’s Democracy Center

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CFC #11209 – IWDC.org
IWDC was established to strengthen women’s global leadership through training education, networking and research and increase their participation in politics, policy and decision making within their own governments.

The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research

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CFC # is #12227 – MichaelJFox.org
The Michael J. Fox Foundation is dedicated to finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease through aggressively funded research and to ensuring development of improved therapies for those living with Parkinson’s.

Hunt of a Lifetime

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CFC# 98524 – Hunt of a Lifetime
Hunt of a Lifetime is a non-profit organization that grants young hunters and fishers (age 21 & under), with life-threatening illnesses/diseases, their “dream” hunting or fishing trip.

  1. Isabel Hodge says:

    My non-profit had to pull out of the CFC because they were going to charge a fee. It didn’t seem right to ask people to donate then use some of the funds donated to pay the fee.

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