Are You Looking for a Rewarding Job --

One That Offers Excitement and Challenges?  


Look no further...  the CFC has the job for you!


The CFC is seeking a Campaign Manager to work with the Federal community of employees

in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.


Review the Position Description right here.


Qualified Candidates should send their letter of interest and resume to:


Elizabeth Comeau





200 Niantic Avenue

Providence, RI  02905


A Word of Thanks to our Federal Community


During the 2013 Campaign, federal employees in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts pledged

more than  $945,000 to local, national and international CFC-participating service and charitable organizations.


Of the amount pledged, approximately 35% were online pledges (via CFC-EEX, MyPay and/or NEXUS) --

a huge increase in online giving from previous campaigns!



CONGRATULATIONS... 2013 CFC Drawing Winners



Pictured above from right to left:  LFCC Member and USPS District Coordinator Nancy Upham

presenting the First Prize in the "Last Chance" CFC Drawing to Denise Savard, US Postal Service Letter Carrier in Manville RI. 

In addition to being a donor, Denise also served as a CFC keyworker during the 2013 Campaign season.

Also in the picture is Manville US Postmaster Joseph Sweet present to congratulate Denise on her winnings (a $100 gift card).



Second Prize in the "Last Chance" CFC Drawing ($50.00 Gift Card):


Maria Crudale

DHS, US Ciitizenship & Immigration Services




This year's "Early Bird" winners:



First prize ($250 Gift Card)

Seaman Shane Harrington, U.S. Coast Guard, Station Chatham, SEMA


Second prize ($200 Gift Card)

Seaman Apprentice Spencer Cole, Naval Academy Prep School, Newport, RI


Third prize ($150 Gift Card)

Cpl. James Torres, RI Army National Guard, Providence, RI



The "Last Chance" and "Early Bird" Drawings are made possible courtesy of CFC Sponsor PGE Federal Credit Union who assumes the costs of purchasing the gift cards.



 A "FUNDRAISER" for the Record Books



The 2013 CFC saw many remarkable FUNdraisers conducted by the Federal community to benefit local, national and international charities. 


Pictured above is Lisa Ballego, General Manager of the Navy Exchange, presenting a HUGE check to LFCC Chair Vincent Marzullo (right) and John Woodhouse, LFCC member and CFC coordinator of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (left). 


On behalf of the service and charitable organizations that will be the recipients of this outpouring of generosity... THANK YOU to the Navy Exchange personnel.




Our 2013 Campaign Theme




An Outstanding Record of Accomplishment in 2012


(Click on the images below to read/print 2012 Annual Report)




                                2012 Report of Dollars Raised by Federal Agencies/Military Units (by Alpha)



                             2012 Report of Dollars Raised by Federal Agencies/Military Units (High/Low)             




Thanks to the generous donations received from the Combined Federal Campaign...


CFC-participating charitable organizations are able to help thousands of abused and neglected children and their families each year.





CFC-participating charitable organizations are able to help hundreds of thousands of animals through their programs and services in adoption, spay/neuter, law enforcement, and veterinary medicine.




CFC-participating charitable health organizations can offer help and hope to men, women and children around the world who suffer from a life-threatening illness.




CFC-participating charitable organizations can work on local, regional, national and international levels to: combat climate change, protect from environmental health hazards, protect wildfire habitat, eliminate pollution from air, water, and land, preserve natural resources, and educate about environmental issues worldwide.





CFC-participating charitable organizations are able to offer permanent supportive housing so formerly homeless familes have a place to call home.




CFC-participating charitable organizations are able to provide help for thousands of the world’s most vulnerable citizens.





CFC-participating charitable organizations are able to serve the needs of our disabled military veterans and their families by providing a range of services including shelter, counseling, training and job assistance.




CFC-participating charitable organizations are thankful for the support they receive

from the thousands of Federal employees around the world

whose generosity makes it possible for them to

continue providing desperately needed services for those in need.



Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts

Combined Federal Campaign

200 Niantic Avenue

Providence, RI  02907

Phone:  401/942-2394 | Fax:  401/942-2395

Elizabeth J. Comeau, Director


John A. Larson, Manager

















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