Trust Fund found Under workplace federation Human Service Charities of America #10542
By Marie Rivers
Time is almost up for federal employees who want to make a big difference to the National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), the country’s largest workplace giving campaign.
While the CFC activity began taking place beginning September and runs for two months, others began later in the fall and run through November. So if you are a federal employee, or someone in your family is, there may still be an opportunity to help us.
Please consider the National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund. You can find it in your campaign brochures listed alphabetically under the workplace federation Human Service Charities of America. The Trust Fund is listed with its 25-word description and agency #10542.
The National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund is grateful to the generous federal employees who have selected NRL from their CFC brochures each year and allowed them to help educate the country on vital pro life issues. The contributions NRL Trust Fund has received goes to pro- life educational endeavors throughout the country as proceeds are shared with NRL’s state affiliate groups.
But don’t forget that there are other workplace campaign opportunities include state employee campaigns, United Ways and private Sector campaigns. For United Ways and Private sector campaigns an employee may “write-in” the National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund. State employee campaigns that the NRLETF currently participates in are: Arizona, California, Washington, DC, Florida, Iowa, Maryland, Maine, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin.
For further information contact Workplace Campaigns Coordinator Marie Rivers: email@example.com.
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