The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports that the United Way of America is now talking openly of asking Congress to block the proposed CFC regulations, published just today. .
All CFC zone administrators have now reported pledges for the 2013 campaign. The total stands at $209,649,856, down 18.8% from the 2012 CFC. Continue reading
Updated March 31, 2014. The 2013 Combined Federal Campaign dropped 19% in comparison to 2012, figures published by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) now show. The pledge figures are found on the section of the OPM website that deals with the CFC.
The 2013 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) pledges appear to have dropped about 18% in comparison with pledge totals from the 2012 campaign. Our estimate is based on reports from 55 local administrative zones including 19 zones with pledges over $1 million. Continue reading
In case you hadn’t heard, it looks like a bad year for the CFC. Although the official results are still being tallied, all available information indicates that pledges to the 2013 CFC were down significantly from 2012.
According to this article in Nonprofit Quarterly, it’s not just the CFC. Many local United Way campaigns are suffering as well. Continue reading
This is the third in a series of posts looking at OPM’s draft of the final CFC regulations, published by the Federal Times earlier this month. OPM has not officially released this draft. Find links to our earlier posts on this topic at the bottom of this page.
Today we’re discussing what the new regs say about how federations collect their fees from member charities. Continue reading
This is the second in a series of posts looking at OPM’s draft of the final CFC regulations, published by the Federal Times earlier this week. OPM has not officially released this draft. Read our first post here.
According to this draft, two fees – possibly three – will be charged to charities participating in the CFC. Continue reading
As we reported in yesterday’s post, the Federal Times has published OPM’s draft of the final regulations for the CFC, which will take effect for the 2015 campaign. We promised further analysis. Because there are so many changes – including some big ones – we’ll look at one area at a time, comparing existing regulations with the proposed new ones. Continue reading