Columbus AFB wraps up CFC 2017

COLUMBUS AIR FORCE BASE, Miss. --

The 14th Flying Training Wing 2017 Combined Federal Campaign came to a close Dec. 1 and the wing campaign definitely stepped up to the plate and executed the CFC mission of promoting and supporting  humanity through a program that is employee-focused, cost-efficient and effective in providing all federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all.

In doing so, all federal employees at Columbus Air Force Base were given the opportunity to participate as CFC keyworkers accomplished 100 percent face-to-face contact and raised awareness for over 20,000 charities.  

Although technical issues persisted and prevented accurate tracking of Columbus AFB monetary generosity and volunteer efforts, rest assured that we definitely “Showed Some Love.

The men and women of the 14th FTW can be very proud of their fundraising efforts. While it is nearly impossible to measure the exact impact of CFC fundraising, be assured that there are thousands in need that will have their immediate needs met as a result of the generosity Columbus AFB personnel displayed during this year’s campaign.

 If you would still like to help, donations are accepted through the online donation site until Jan. 12, 2018, which marks the end of the national campaign.

If you need more information or would like to donate, please go to the following website:  www.opm.gov/showsomelovecfc.

For specific local questions please contact Maj. Stephen O. Osakue, Jr. at 434-2168.