Post Tagged with: "CFC-O"


Photos by Senior Airman Nicole Sikorski
Airmen and Soldiers play bubble soccer at the Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas kickoff Sept. 15 on Vogelweh. For the second year, the Air Force team won against the Army.

KMC kicks off CFC-O 2015

by Senior Airman Jonathan Stefanko 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

The Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas campaign kicked off its annual campaign Sept. 21 and it will continue through Nov. 20 in all five overseas commands.
During the campaign season, Department of Defense personnel can contribute to help people in military communities across the nation and around the world.

September 24, 2015 ×


Photo by Senior Airman Holly MansfieldArmy and Air Force service members start a bubble soccer game Sept. 5 on Ramstein. The first Combined Federal Campaign, officially called CFC, was started in 1964. It was conducted in six cities and allows federal employees to donate to charities of their choice to better their communities.

CFC kicks off with Air Force win

by Senior Airman Holly Mansfield
86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

This year’s Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas kicked off Sept. 5 with an Army vs. Air Force bubble soccer game.

September 11, 2014 ×


2013 CFC-O helps those in need

2013 CFC-O helps those in need

by Capt. Amanda Huston
86th Airlift Wing community area planning officer

Your opportunity to give to your favorite charity through the Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas begins Monday.

September 12, 2013 ×


Photo by Capt. Kyle McKemyU.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas representative Gina Hranilovic (left) poses with newly trained representative Dijon Rolle as Rolle picks up her first box of campaign supplies during a training session Sept. 3 at Galaxy Theater.

My life as a Combined Federal Campaign unit rep

by Dijon Rolle
U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern Public Affairs

I stared at the email in my inbox with a slight mix of curiosity and alarm. I read the message again, this time aloud. Yep, I had been tasked. The email was sent to inform me that I would be serving as my unit’s designated Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas representative for this year. I wondered how much extra time this was going to take from my work schedule and most importantly, what exactly does a CFC-O rep actually do?

September 12, 2013 ×