Combined Federal Campaign information
Support from federal employees through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is vital. This effort began in February 1981 and now totals hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations to Children's Hospital.
Combined Federal Campaign is the employee fundraising drive that federal facilities — such as TVA and sites in Oak Ridge -- conduct to allow their employees to support worthy community causes through payroll deduction giving. CFC includes many agencies, including United Way, and it takes place annually on the same basic timetable as United Way — September to December.
Children's Hospital participates in three regional CFC programs -- Smoky Mountain area, Nashville and Chattanooga. The code for designating gifts to Children's Hospital through CFC is the same for all three campaigns: 14068.
If you have questions about a CFC donation to Children's Hospital, please contact the hospital's Development Department at (865) 541-8162.