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2022 CFC Results

Posted by Anne Marie Porco on 04/10/23

Thanks to your leadership and volunteer service along with the generosity of Federal, Postal, and military personnel and retirees, the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) employees and retirees gave more than $72.6 million for local, national, and international charities during the 2022 campaign. This represents monetary contributions of $70,576,460 from more than 80,800 people. While the amount pledge is down, the 3.1 percent increase in the number of CFC donors is the first increase since before the pandemic. 

During the extended period of the COVID-19 pandemic and tough economic times, these funds are making a real and meaningful difference to a countless number of individuals throughout our communities, the nation, and the world.

  • The value of volunteer hours added $2.1 million to this total, an increase from 2021. 
  • Not included in this total is more than $600,000 pledged earlier last year as a part of the Special Solicitation for the humanitarian needs arising from the war in Ukraine. 
  • Civilian and military retiree and annuitant contributions totaled more than $4.2 million of the 2022 total, a 13.6 percent increase over retiree giving in 2021.  Retirees now make up almost 6 percent of overall donations. 

For the sixth year, all CFC donors had the option to pledge online.  An enhanced online giving site at generated more than 95 percent of overall pledges (not including the Intelligence community).  The acceptance and use of e-giving has grown from 86 percent in the 2017 campaign. 

Among the approved charities, for the fourth consecutive year, more than 95 percent of organizations received designated pledges from CFC donors.

Since its inception, the CFC program has raised $8.7 billion in pledges to local, national, and international charities. Attached are Tables showing various breakdowns of the 2022 CFC results. 

You and all contributing to the success of the CFC since 1961 should be proud of these accomplishments, and I hope you know how grateful we are for everything you do to make the CFC a success.



Keith Willingham

Director, Office of Combined Federal Campaign    


2022 CFC Results