2014 COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN Mission Statement The mission of the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is to support and to promote philanthropy through a program that is employee-focused, cost efficient and effective in providing all Federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all. 2014 Campaign Highlights Campaign Theme: “Give for Good” Campaign Begins: Oct. 6, thru Nov. 21, 2014 2013 Campaign Results: 2013 Collective Totals Raised: $3,165,180 2014 Overall Goal: $3,300,000 2014 Projected % increase: 5.0% Number of employees: 62,711* Number of contributors: 11,000* Participation rate: 17.5% *estimate 10 Steps to a Successful Campaign 1. Establish Your Objectives and Analyze Last Year’s Campaign 2. Secure the Support of Top Management Build on previous success Eliminate what doesn’t work Top level “buy-in” allows for time and resources Sets the example for employees 3. Recruit Your Team Share the responsibility and fun 10 Steps to Success (con’t.) 4. Keyworker Training 5. Publicize Your Goals Vital to broadening awareness and education of the CFC Builds team spirit Motivates for better results 6.Utilize CFC Resources Materials were designed to promote CFC education and awareness 10 Steps to Success (con’t.) 7. Publicize Your Campaign Generates excitement and increases donations Donors can’t give to CFC if they don’t know about it! 8. Conduct an Effective Employee Campaign Be prepared, friendly, and informative Ask for a Pledge, face to face is best Say “Thank You” and follow up Smile! 10 Steps to Success (con’t.) 9. Report The Results Weekly Regular reporting allows the team to monitor progress and be recognized Turning in reports regularly keeps you from having to hold cash, checks, and pledge forms 10. Say Thanks! Demonstrates appreciation Builds momentum for giving in next campaign Don’t forget – this is one of the easiest yet most overlooked steps Effective Workplace Campaigns Presentations / Rallys / Coordinator’s Speech Establish Your Credibility Arouse the Emotions of Your Audience Give Reasons For Supporting the CFC Concentrate on CFC’s Efficiency and Effectiveness Ask Your Audience to Join You in Supporting the CFC Effective Workplace Campaigns Agency Speakers Agency Fairs Provides an opportunity to learn about an agency without leaving the office Provides firsthand exposure to a variety of CFC agencies Agency Tours Shows donor contributions in action Why do people give through the CFC? CFC is convenient through payroll deduction. Federal employees feel good knowing their contribution will make a difference to a charity that has been reviewed and audited. Federal employees can receive recognition from the CFC and designated charities. Protects the Federal employee from year-round, in-the-workplace solicitation by charitable agencies. Federal employee may have received help from a charity supported through the CFC. Federal employees know someone who has been helped by a charity. Federal employees want to help others. Provides greater impact, because it’s combined with contributions from other Federal employees. 11 Electronic Pledge Options CFC NEXUS is an online E-Pledging system designed specifically for the CFC community. All employees are eligible to contribute through the CFC Nexus system. A one-time sign-in is required for all participants. To access CFC Nexus log in to our website and follow the link or go to www.cfcnexus.com/_sepalehighcfc Electronic Pledge Options CFC-EEX (Employee Express) offers employees in specific agencies the choice of making a CFC payroll deduction pledge on-line through CFC-EEX. Employee Express is a convenient, user-friendly automated system that gives employees direct control over key payroll and personnel information with out having to use forms or visit a personnel office. CFC-EEX is not mandatory for CFC pledges. CFC-EEX is another option for the Federal donor in agencies using EEX (if your agency has signed up)! CFC-EEX Participating Agencies Consumer Products Safety Commission General Servives Administration Department of Education National Archives & Records Administration Department of Interior National Credit Union Administration Department of State National Labor Relations Board Department of Transportation Nuclear Regulatory Commission Environmental Protection Agency Office of Personnel Management Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Railroad Retirement Board Federal Labor Relations Authority Securities and Exchange Commission Federal Trade Commission Social Security Administration Electronic Pledge Options The Department of Defense DFAS (Defense Finance and Accounting Service) myPay Website allows US Military personnel and their families to manage their pay information, leave and earning statements, W-2s and enter their CFC pledge amount. Each agency has a unique specific code for “Command/Unit Name”. Ask your coordinator for the code to use for “Command/Unit Name. Federal Agency that use myPay Branch/Dept. Command/Unit Name Code DCMA - Lockheed Martin Defense Contract Management Systems DCMA DCMA Defense Contract Management Agency, Camden DCMA Defense Contract Management Agency - NSEO, Phila. DCMA Defense Contract Management Agency - Boeing, Philadelphia DCMA Defense Contract Management Agency - Industrial Industrial Analysis Center DCMA Defense Contract Management Agency - Phila DCMA Defense Contract Management Agency - Reading (DCMAO) DCMA U.S. Dept of Health & Human Svces - RIII Dept of Health & Human Services-Reg II DHHS US Dept. of Health & Human Services, Glassboro DHHS US Dept. of Health & Human Services, Office of Inspector General - Audit Svcs, Trenton DHHS 13820436 13823182 10945699 3031630 331116 331108 11775764 331181 13820667 13822176 Defense Contract Audit Agency Depart. of Defense/Mid-Atlantic Region DOD Defense Logistics Agency Document Services, Phila. DOD Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support (DLA), Phila. DOD Defense Security Service, Mt. Laurel DOD Defense Security Service, Phila DOD Dept of Defense - Defense Criminal Investigative Service, Northeast Field Office DOD Dept of Defense - Inspector General, Phila. DOD Princeton Plasma Physics US Dept. of Energy ENERGY US Department of Energy ENERGY 13823356 13820634 PA National Guard-109th Field Artillery GUARD 13813308 331124 331033 331140 14099568 14099550 337089 4088738 Federal Agency that use myPay Branch/Dept. Command/Unit Name Code Drexel University Army ROTC (Drexel/Penn Army ROTC-PMS ROTC Philadelphia NROTCU (Villanova & Penn) ROTC Princeton University ROTC ROTC University of Scranton, Army ROTC ROTC Widener University, Army ROTC Military Science Department ROTC Air Force ROTC Det 750 St. Joseph's University USAF US Air Force, JBMDL USAF Mid-Atlantic Recruiting Battalion United States Army Recruiting USARMY Tank Automotive Command/Logistics U. S. Army Logistics Support Office USARMY Tobyhanna Army Depot USARMY U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Leesport (Blue Marsh Lake) USARMY U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Phila. USARMY U.S. Army Corps of Engineers / Carbon Co USARMY US Army, JBMDL USARMY Bridge Company Bravo, 6th ESB, 4th MCG USMC US Marine Corps, JBMDL USMC Dept of the Navy - Human Resource Service Center NE USNAVY Dept of the Navy - Philadelphia Site Human Resources Office Mechanicsburg USNAVY Naval Air Systems Command, Lakehurst USNAVY Naval Foundry & Propeller Center Norfolk Naval Shipyard Detachment Phila USNAVY Naval Sea Systems Command Inactive Ships on-Site Maintenance Off USNAVY Naval Ship Systems Engineering Station Carderock Div-Naval Surface Warfare Cntr USNAVY Naval Support Activity, Philadelphia USNAVY 333088 331074 13823372 13813936 333070 12284048 13820600 5645494 330837 13813944 11773165 330803 13055082 13822705 332601 13822697 3005014 2959237 13820907 1490077 330951 331017 2959245 Federal Agency that use myPay Branch/Dept. Command/Unit Name Code NAVFAC Management Office, Northeast BRAC Program Mgmnt Office, Northeast USNAVY 7564461 NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic PWD PA Public Works Department USNAVY NAVSUP Business Center (formerly NAVSISA) USNAVY NAVSUP FLC Norfolk 415.2 USNAVY 2130599 4774634 13814454 NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support Dept. of Navy/Department of Defense USNAVY NAVSVP Fleet Logistic Center Norfolk Detachment, Philadelphia Office USNAVY Navy Recruiting District, Philadelphia USNAVY Navy Reserve Center - Avoca USNAVY SPAWAR Space & Naval Warfare Systems Ctr Pacific, Integrated C2I Eng Div USNAVY U.S. Naval Reserve Center/Marine Corps Lehigh Valley USNAVY US Naval Reserve Center, JBMDL USNAVY US Navy FRC-E/ASO, JBMDL USNAVY US Navy, AEGIS/CSEDS USNAVY US Dept. of Military & Veterans Affairs VA Department of Veterans Affairs Information Technology Center (284/00) VA Dept. Veterans Affairs Allentown Outpatient Clinic VA National Cemetery Administration Memorial Service Network Region I VA Regional Office and Insurance Center VA Board of Veterans Appeals, Wilkes Barre VA VA Medical Center - Philadelphia Veterans Health Administration VA VA Medical Center Department of Veterans Affairs, Wilkes Barre VA VA Medical Center, Coatesville Community & Congressional Affairs VA 330852 1825777 331041 13812946 333021 6354831 13823430 13822390 13821483 13820576 331645 6354856 333013 331629 13814215 331637 13814033 2949444 INTRODUCING… CFC UNIVERSAL GIVING What is it? Universal Giving (UG) is a new donation option that permits donors to pledge to any CFC participating charity no matter where the donor or the charity is geographically located. Previously, only National, International, and Local charities in our campaign territory were available to receive donors’ contributions. Now, with Universal Giving, all Local charities in all CFC regions are accessible to donors. Thus for those donors who wish to stay involved with a favored charity or charities outside the area, they may now do so through UG. For example, if you work in the State of Pennsylvania and you want to donate to a Brooklyn, New York food pantry (and they are in the CFC), with Universal Giving, this can now be achieved. INTRODUCING… CFC UNIVERSAL GIVING How does Universal Giving work? The list of UG charities can only be accessed online. UG charities are too numerous to be listed in the paper charity listing. If you wish to donate to a local charity outside our campaign territory, log in to any of our online giving tools at www.cfc-eastpa-southnj.org to search for the charity you want to support. Enter the charity’s five-digit code on your paper pledge form or the online donation tool of your choice: CFC Nexus, CFC Employee Express or MyPay, using your pc, phone or tablet. It’s that easy! Agency Coordinator Checklist Distribute your supplies! Head up your Agency’s Kickoff event. Collect envelopes from your key workers weekly. Double check the math. Verify that the outside matches inside of envelope. Provide civilian payroll copies to YOUR payroll office. Process any electronic pledges through YOUR payroll office. Arrange delivery of envelopes to CFC office. CFC 2014 – Key Worker Info Key Worker Duties Solicit Make for Contributions 100% Contact with Employees Collect Contributions Distribute Materials and Thank-You Gifts CFC 2014 Theme CFC 2014 – Brochure Sample Listing 12345 National Organization EIN#12-0000000 www.cfc.org This organization helps people in need. 10.0% 5-Digit Code Number EIN#Gov’t Tax ID (800)333-1234 B, H, D Name of Agency Phone Number Website Description of Agency’s Services Percentage of Overhead Cost Taxonomy Code (see p.6 of brochure) CFC 2014 – Pledge Card Full SS or Emp # Required For Payroll Signature Required for Payroll Deduction CFC 2014 – Pledge Card Review Pledge Cards for Accuracy Legibility Donor’s Name and Contact Info Federal Agency/Dept., & Location Signature Check & Date the Math CFC 2014 – Report Envelope Project Officer, Chair or Keyworker for your Campaign Your name, office address and phone number CFC 2014 – Report Envelope Review Report Envelopes for Accuracy Solicitor’s Federal Name and Contact Info Agency/Dept., & Location Date Summary of Contents Maximum of 50 Pledge Cards per Envelope OPM Regulations… CFC Regulations §950.108 prohibit the following coercive activities They include, but are not limited to: 1. Solicitation of employees by their supervisor or by any individual in their supervisory chain of command 2. Supervisory inquiries about whether an employee chose to participate or not to participate or the amount of an employee's donation. Supervisors may be given nothing more than summary information about the major units that they supervise. 3. Setting of 100 % participation goals. 4. Establishing personal dollar goals and quotas. 5. Developing and using lists of non-contributors. 6. Providing and using contributor lists for purposes other than the routine collection and forwarding of contributions and allotments. 7. Using as a factor in a supervisor's performance appraisal the results of the solicitation in the supervisor's unit or organization. 29 OPM Regulations (con’t.)… Special CFC Fundraising Events: CFC special fundraising events should be undertaken in the spirit of generating interest in the CFC and be open to all individuals without regard to whether an individual participates in the CFC. All approved special fundraising events will be counted as an undesignated contribution. Any special CFC fundraising event and prize or gift should be approved in advance by the Agency's ethics official. Special Events / Fundraising Ideas Sports Events Charge a fee to compete in Tug-of-War, Slam Dunk Contest, or Fun Run Collect pledges for Aerobic-a-thon, Walk-a-thon, or Bike-a-thon Get reduced rates, then charge normal price for Golfing, PuttPutt, or Bowling tournaments Super Hoop – organize a basketball tournament with employee teams, then charge admission to the game. Organizing a golf tournament for CFC … … can provide wheelchairs to individuals who need them. Special Events / Fundraising Ideas Sales Book sales – have employees donate used books and sale them Rummage sales – employees donate items to be sold Sock sales – buy fun, colorful socks wholesale and sell them. They make great Christmas presents! Food sales – bake goods, pretzels, candy, donuts, etc. Yummy! Holding a bake sale… ...can provide meals to those who need a little assistance. Special Events / Fundraising Ideas Contests Baking Contest – contestants submit recipes and bake the item. Employees pay a fee to sample items and vote. Winner gets a prize. Recipes can also put together in a cookbook and sold. Ugly Tie or Hat Contest – contestants wear their ugliest tie or hat and solicit votes ($1 a vote). Person with most votes wins a prize. Lip Sync or Karaoke Contest – hold lunch time lip sync or karaoke contest. Charge an entry fee and have audience vote for best act. Give prize to the winner. Holding a pumpkin carving contest … … can provide winter coats to children. GENERAL INFO Questions/Concerns Ray Smith…….….….........215-665-2965 Director of Government Campaigns United Way of Greater Phila and Southern New Jersey Valerie Brown…............609-267-4500 x1010 Public Campaigns Development Officer United Way of Greater Phila and Southern New Jersey Thank you for Leadership!