Support opportunity for pro-lifers remains in this fall’s Combined Federal Campaign

Go to Human Service Charities of America to find the National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund, #10542

By Marie Rivers

cfc-imgAs the world’s largest federal workplace giving program, the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is winding up, but there are still a couple weeks left for pro-life government employees to contribute in this fall’s campaign. Your help to the National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund is invaluable.

As federal employees know, the CFC is a convenient way to make an easy payroll deduction contribution to their favorite charity or charities. There are nearly 200 CFC campaigns around the country and overseas. These campaigns generate millions of dollars each year for participating 501©3 charities providing health, education, and human services to communities throughout the United States.

The National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund has participated in the CFC since 1982 and is grateful for how its pro life educational efforts have been bolstered via the generosity of federal and postal employees.

The National Right to Life is listed in CFC brochures alphabetically under the federation heading Human Service Charities of America (HSCA). Each year, NRL shares the donations generated through the CFC with its state affiliate groups who use the funds to educate their communities. Future donations are greatly needed to keep existing educational programs going and to add new ones.

If you are a federal, postal or military donor, please look for the National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund in your CFC brochure alongside its 25 word description and agency #10542.

There are other workplace giving opportunities, including the United Way, private sector company write-ins. and the following state government employee campaigns: Arizona, California, Florida, Maine, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.

For questions regarding workplace campaign giving, contact Marie G. Rivers at mrivers@nrlc.org