Make your own free website on Tripod.com
Combined Federal Campaign
Home
Website Disclaimer
Our Purpose
Phoenix FEA BY-LAWS
Becoming a Member
Contact Us
Calendar of Events
Phoenix Federal Directors- Resources - Memos- Downloads
Combined Federal Campaign
Local City of Phoenix Events and Information
Phoenix FEA - Special Emphasis Program Managers Coalition SIGN UP NOW!
Outstanding Federal Employee Nominations
Government Real Property Information Sharing Forum (GRPIS)
Phoenix Human Resources Federal Government Professionals
AZ Hispanic Employment Program Managers (AZHEPM)
SOCIETY OF AMERICAN INDIAN GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES (SAIGE)
Blacks In Government (BIG)
Phoenix Federal Women's Program Interagency Council (PFWPIC)
StudentJobs.Gov- Government Employment for Students

cfc.jpg

Phoenix Combined Federal Campaign
 
DIRECTORS:

"This is excellent developmental opportunity that you can offer to a deserving individual in your agency.  We will be providing our Loaned Executives specialized training on presentation as well as organizational and motivational skills.   The LE assignments and training will start on Thursday, August 9, 2007. 

 

The Maricopa County CFC will challenge your employees, motivate them, broaden their perspective of the community and build valuable experiences.  They will return to your organization with new skills and a new outlook while providing positive public relations for your agency.

 

The Maricopa County Local Federal Coordinating Committee needs a minimum of 6 Loaned Executives. Please give some thought to having one of your employees become a Loaned Executive for the 2007 CFC Campaign.  We need people who are dependable, creative, personable, dynamic, and willing to speak to groups about charitable giving.   I promise you that you'll get back an employee who will be reenergized and ready for bigger assignments.

 

If you have any questions about the LE program, or are interested in providing an LE. Please call the Maricopa County CFC Director, Abel Perales at (602) 631-4892 or email aperales@vsuw.org . "

 

UPDATE: Thanks to all the agencies who provided LEs for this year's campaign. CFC kickoffs have begun so please send me any information on your kick off campaigns!

Thank you! -Tess 602-431-8930 x211

 

CFC Chair Loaned Exec Letter

Loaned Exec Job Description

Maricopa County Combined Federal Campaign

"Every One of Us Can Be a Miracle"

3-Year History
2005 2004 2003
Employee Pledge $1,531,350 $1,618,549 1,526,704
Special Event Pledge $13,019 $6,755 7,072
Total Pledge $1,544,369 1,625,304 $1,533,777
2005 2004 2003
Number of Employees 28,079 28,183 27,501
Number of Donors 6,497 7,789 7,277
% Participation 23.1% 27.6% 26.5%
Average Gift $235.70 $207.80 $209.80
Leadership Giving 2005 2004 2003
# Donors $ Raised # Donors $ Raised # Donors $ Raised
Totals 300 $379,065 268 333,120 251 $309,051
% of Campaign   24.5%   20.5%   20.1%
2006 LFCC Chairman Paul H. West, FACHE
Interim Director Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center
2006 LFCC Vice-Chair Ceci Andrews
Bureau of Land Management
CFC Director Abel Perales (Email: aperales@vsuw.org)

Check back here soon for agency breakdowns to see how your agency ranked!

commings.gif

Please visit us again soon for the local campaign information.  Thank you.

Phoenix   FEA OFFICERS

President, Chester V. Bailey - Vice-President, Tess Acosta-Williams - Treasurer, Robert Blaney