Workshop helps local nonprofit agencies complete application for the Combined Federal Campaign

CFC Manager Kim McNeil (standing, left) facilitated yesterday's CFC workshop with local nonprofit organizations (Photo: Clint Anderson)

Yesterday, nonprofit agencies interested in receiving funding from the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) attended a workshop at United Way of the Mid-South to assist with completing applications.

The Combined Federal Campaign is a charitable fundraising process which raises donations from government employees in the civilian and military sectors. In its previous fundraising campaign (2010-11) over $1.75 million was raised by local federal employees.

Yesterday’s workshop provided explanations about paperwork and processes, giving local agencies opportunities to ask questions about the CFC. Agency applications are reviewed by an ad hoc committee called the LFCC, which acts as the local governing body of the CFC.

Kim McNeil, Manager of the CFC, facilitated the workshop. For more information about CFC of the Mid-South, please visit

About Dave Skorupa, UWMS

Dave Skorupa is Director of Communications at United Way of the Mid-South in Memphis, TN
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