The National Police Dog Foundation Participates in the 2021 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)
The National Police Dog Foundation is proud to be an official CFC approved and GuideStar Gold rated charity. CFC approved charities are 501(c)(3) organizations that complete a rigorous application process.
The CFC reaches federal workers across various agencies and brings together thousands of donors to support local nonprofit organizations to make a difference in our community. CFC is the world's largest annual charitable giving campaign open to federal, military, and postal employees. Over the last six decades, federal employees have generously pledged more than $8.5 billion dollars to nonprofit organizations.
This Year Is Important - CFC’s 60th Anniversary
2021 marks the 60th anniversary of the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). On March 18, 1961, President John F. Kennedy signed Executive Order #10927, which gave authority to the United States Civil Service Commission to organize nonprofit solicitations of federal government employees, thus creating what we know as the CFC. Since its inception, the campaign has raised more than $8.5 billion for charities and people in need.
How to Participate
The Combined Federal Campaign is happening now until January 15, 2022, allowing personnel and retirees to pledge monetary support and volunteer time to approved charities. All contributions made through the CFC are tax-deductible. Individuals can choose to make donations through a payroll deduction or a one-time donation through the CFC portal or mobile application.
The National Police Dog Foundation’s CFC designation number is 88321. Use this number to find us in the CFC charity directory.
We thank all who designate their contributions to our organization. Your donation makes a lasting impact on the purchase, training, and veterinary care for active and retired Law Enforcement K-9s!