Intermountain Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), the charitable fundraising campaign for federal employees in southern Idaho has announced that the 2014 nonprofit application period is officially open.
All Idaho area 501 ( c ) (3) non-profit agencies are encouraged to apply to participate in the 2014 charitable giving drive.
Interested parties can apply online at www.intermountaincfc.org and are encouraged to attend a training class on January 16th at 9:30am at the United Way of Treasure Valley (3100 S. Vista Ave, Ste. 100, Boise).
For more information contact Robynn Browne at email@example.com.
The Intermountain CFC is expected to raise approximately $3 million in 2014, with operating costs below 8 percent, making it one of the most effective and efficient charitable campaigns in the country.
Established in 1961 by President John F. Kennedy, the Combined Federal Campaign is among the largest and most successful workplace charity drives in the world. The campaign enables military and civilian federal workers, including U.S. postal service employees, to support charitable causes of their choice via payroll deduction or cash/check donations. Nationwide, the CFC has raised more than $7 billion since its inception. About the Intermountain Combined Federal Campaign The Intermountain Combined Federal Campaign is the charitable workplace giving campaign for military and civilian federal employees throughout Utah, western Colorado, southern and eastern Idaho, Wyoming, and Malheur County, Oregon. For more information, please visit www.intermountaincfc.org.