CFC 2016 Fundraising Campaign running October 1 – December 15
If you are a Federal employee, please consider supporting Grapevine Center.
If you know anyone who is a federal employee, please ask them to support Grapevine Center.
Click here to see our video THE GRAPEVINE STORY
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GRAPEVINE CENTER JOINS THE COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN (CFC)
Grapevine Center, Inc. has been a Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) approved charity since 2013, having consistently met the U.S. federal government’s high standards of program impact and financial accountability.
The U.S. government-sponsored CFC is the world’s largest and most prestigious workplace fundraising drive.
Each fall, Federal employees are invited to support eligible national and local charities. Employees choose the groups they wish to support from a list of approved charities that have met the U.S. federal government’s high standards of program impact and financial accountability. The 2016 CFC official campaign season runs from October 1st through December 15th.
Through the CFC, federal employees have raised over $8 billion since 1961 to help sustain community, state, national and international health, educational, environmental and human services.
Many of you ask how you can support Grapevine Center’s mission and make a difference:
Now, if you (or your friends or relatives) are employed by the Federal government, or are a Federal civilian, military or postal employee, please consider giving to Grapevine Center through the CFC:
- Visit www.3riverscfc.org (where you can also learn more about the federal payroll program).
- Select Grapevine Center, Inc. CFC # 40531 and
- complete a CFC form or make an online pledge contribution through your payroll.
click on the icon below:
Learn More About Grapevine Center
Also see our video THE GRAPEVINE STORY, and
video Tribute to Bette Peoples (Executive Director of the Grapevine) on the occasion of Butler County Human Services dedicating the Transitional Care Unit of the Veteran’s Affairs Healthcare Center to her for her substantial contribution to mental Health Recovery in Butler County.
Heard it Through the Grapevine – Grapevine’s Newsletter – Tribute version to Bette Peoples and overview of the Center
Grapevine Center in the News – Newspaper Articles
Contact Amy Erwin at the CFC office 412-330-7667 if you would like to learn who the keyworker is for your unit, office, or location
Thank you so much for becoming part of the Grapevine Center solution.