CFC-O begins Monday

by Airman 1st Class Trevor Rhynes
86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs


This year’s Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas kicks off Monday and concludes Nov. 16.

The CFC-O is an annual event where service members and civilian personnel can contribute to thousands of charities that help those in need around the world.

“Our goal this year is to raise $675,000 between the four groups and ensure that 100 percent contact is made to the members of Team Ramstein,” said Capt. David Milodragovich, lead CFC-O organizer.

Squadrons will have their own CFC-O representatives, some with multiple delegates depending on the size of their squadron.

“Those who wish to donate may do so after the campaign has officially begun through squadron representatives,” Milodragovich said. “Unit representatives will explain the donating process while making contact with personnel in their units.”

The CFC-O donation process includes filling out a pledge form with the organization’s name and method of payment, along with other basic information. Methods of payment include making a monthly donation where money is automatically taken from an account, making a one-time cash donation, or paying online at http://cfcoverseas.org through eGiving, which uses a valid debit card, credit card or electronic check.

For more information on the charities, or for more general information on the CFC-O program, visit http://cfcoverseas.org.


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