Sarah Ford | March 7, 2014

51 Million Possibilities Thanks to Federal Employees

Source: The Washington Post Express

$51 million.  Despite a government shutdown and furloughs in the middle of the prime giving season, federal employees donated $51,200,000 to charities during the 2013 Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area.  

That translates into 51 million chances to educate a child, heal the sick, and save a rainforest.  51 million opportunities to nurture a family, feed the homeless, and support a veteran.  51 million ways to provide essential assistance to our neighbors from around the world.  

51 million ways to make it possible thanks to the generosity and support of federal employees.

>> Read more about this year’s results on page 46-47 of The Washington Post Express

51 Million Possibilities Thanks to Federal Employees

 

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