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FAQ

What is the Combined Federal Campaign?

The Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area (CFCNCA) is the only approved workplace charitable-giving campaign for federal employees located in the DC/Metro area. CFCNCA is not a federal agency but is directly overseen and regulated by a managing board of federal employees known as the Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC).

Is End Hunger In Calvert County a Better Business Bureau Accredited Charity?

Yes, End Hunger In Calvert County is an Accredited Charity of the Better Business Bureau and meets all 20 standards of Charitable Accountability. They also found that $0.93 of every dollar goes straight into programming.

Why should I pledge a payroll deduction to End Hunger In Calvert County?

End Hunger In Calvert County works with individuals to create permanent solutions that help move them from dependency to self-sufficiency. We believe that all people matter and life change happens through relationships. We strive for excellence in all aspects of our operations and organization.

BBB found that our administration costs are at 2%, so when you donate to End Hunger In Calvert County, you can do so with confidence! We believe that you should #givewhereyoulive.

Which online giving platform should I use?

There are three different online giving platforms for giving through the Combined Federal Campaign, which is determined by your agency and payment preferences. Find out more about the online giving platforms on our How To Pledge page.

How do I find paper giving forms?

When it becomes available, we will have a link to the 2017 General Pledge Form – our CFC Number is 61423. Also, here is a list of Pledge Drop-Off Sites where you can bring your forms.