HA Accepted into the 2013 COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN

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CFC_ApprovedCharity_CMYKThe Hydrocephalus Association has qualified for inclusion in the Combined Federal Campaign, the federal government’s workplace giving program. If you are a federal employee you can designate your contribution to the Hydrocephalus Association (HA) with code #10066.

About COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN

The CFC is the world’s largest and most successful annual workplace giving campaign. Each year, more than 200 CFC campaigns throughout the country and internationally help to raise millions of dollars. Pledges made by Federal civilian, postal and military donors support eligible non-profit organizations, like HA, that provide health and human service benefits throughout the world.

As a CFC approved Charity, HA has met all 10 accountability standards imposed by the campaign. Giving through the CFC is easy—you can give a little each pay period! Having your gift deducted a little at a time not only allows you to give more, it also allows us to receive support throughout the year. Simply request a CFC form from you Human Resources department and designate HA with code #10066.

Join HA at a Local CFC Fair

Another great way to support HA is to serve as a CFC Ambassador at a local event. This is a great opportunity for federal and non-federal employees! During the campaign season (September 1 – December 15) HA will be tapping into our Hydrocephalus Community Network to exhibit at local fairs across the nation. Exhibiting provides an excellent opportunity to raise awareness of hydrocephalus and recruit new members to join our efforts. If you are interested in hosting a booth in your community, please e-mail Marisol Ortiz (development@hydroassoc.com) your contact information and geographical preference. We will keep you posted of any upcoming fairs and provide a health fair kit so you will have everything you need.

Together we will make a difference – one fair at a time!

 

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