USPS is encouraging employees to “Show Some Love” this year by donating to the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).
“Like many of you, I have participated in the Combined Federal Campaign for many years as both a contributor and volunteer,” Chief Human Resources Officer Jeff Williamson says in a new video.
“I have been very fortunate to see how postal employees’ contributions have helped in so many ways,” he says.
The CFC, the world’s largest charity drive, allows federal employees to contribute to more than 18,000 organizations. Approximately 68,000 postal employees contributed last year.
Even small donations “make a huge difference,” Williamson says.
The video also features comments from:
- Sean Acord and Anthony Leonardi, co-presidents of United Postmasters and Managers of America
- Mark Dimondstein, president of the American Postal Workers Union
- Jeanette Dwyer, president of the National Association of Rural Letter Carriers
- Paul Hogrogian, national president of the National Postal Mail Handlers Union
- Fredric Rolando, national president of the National Association of Letter Carriers
- Brian Wagner, president of the National Association of Postal Supervisors
This year’s CFC will continue through Dec. 15. The CFC site has more information.