By John Reese
USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs
The annual 2018 Combined Federal Campaign is drawing to a close, but members of the Stuttgart military community still have time to donate to any of the 7,953 different charities offered.
“This is just a friendly reminder that CFC is still ongoing for community members to give to a cause that you believe in,” said Andy Munsterman, USAG Stuttgart’s 2018 CFC community/area project manager.
Paper pledges are still accepted but cash is no longer an option as of last year. If you haven’t yet completed a CFC pledge, you can donate 24 hours a day online. The benefits of using the website are donors no longer have to fill out a paper form to be turned in or mail a check; you can do it at the office or while you are home, Munsterman explained. He encourages folks to visit the website and find something they passionately support. “Your contribution is helping to support your cause and your community.”
CFC also accepts hands-on help pledges of volunteer time instead of donating money.
And just because the 2018 campaign is ending doesn’t mean you can’t contribute any time of the year online.
Whether you make your pledge online or on paper, be sure to check the specifics of the charity to see how effective your donation will be. Donors may remain anonymous if they wish.
Did you know …
Donations to CFC can be directed back into the Stuttgart military community by using the following codes on your pledges by using the code JEJAWJ.