Campaign Materials and Resources
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Use this guide to help you plan a successful CFC event.
Are you a CFC Campaign Manager, Coordinator, or Keyworker? Review these training slides to get started and then download the Guide to have at your fingertips throughout the campaign.
Show your support for the CFC! Use these virtual badges in your email signature, on official social media pages, or print them and post them in your workspace.
Use the you can be the face of change theme mark to brand CFC pieces.
Use these document templates to create CFC-branded communications.
Use this QR Code on printed material to allow donors to scan and access a mobile version of GiveCFC.org with options to download the CFC Mobile Giving App or proceed to the CFC Online Giving System
Use this document header to brand your own CFC materials.
Refer to these guidelines when crafting CFC materials to ensure consistent branding.
Use these CFC-branded PowerPoint templates to create your own CFC-themed presentations.
Use this poster to promote the CFC and highlight U.S. Postal employees and retirees.
Print or email this flyer to introduce your colleagues to how the CFC works.
Use these posters/flyers to promote the CFC and highlight federal employees and retirees who pledge to Be the Face of Change!
Use these posters/flyers to promote the CFC and highlight military service members who represent the face of change.
Use this poster to measure campaign progress. You can track a dollar goal, percent of contact, or number of weeks left in the campaign.
Print or email this flyer to give your co-workers three great reasons to give through the CFC.
This card has instructions on how to give through the CFC using the online pledge system, a paper pledge form, or the new CFC Giving Mobile App. Print and post it or email it to your co-workers.
Download and print this card as a way to say "Thank You" for supporting, working, or donating through the CFC! It is a great digital piece for use in email, too.
Use this flyer to promote the CFC to new federal employees.
Send these emails on a weekly basis throughout the campaign season to mark strategic campaign periods, highlight each cause of the week, and keep the CFC top-of-mind for your co-workers.
Use these email and memo templates to craft messages for your leadership to send throughout the campaign.
Keyworkers - download these briefing slides and use them in in-person or virtual meetings to introduce your co-workers to the CFC.
This toolkit follows a weekly plan including everything you need to successfully manage your campaign: email communication templates, social media, and more!
Promote the cause of the week through in newsletters, intranet sites, social media, and publications.
Use these press releases at strategic points during the campaign with media contacts, PAO publications, newsletters, and web/intranet announcements.
Spruce up your campaign materials with these fun, in-season graphics! Perfect for social media, email flairs, fun decorations, and more.
Use these banners on websites, intranet sites, in newsletters, and other places to promote the CFC throughout the campaign.
Use these banners to promote the CFC Cause of the Week on websites, intranet sites, newsletters, and other places.
Download and browse our Charity Listing to see the full list of charities supported by the CFC. Find a charity that supports the cause most important to you!
Use these step by step instructions to help you make your donation via the CFC Giving Mobile App.
Download and use this badge to show your support for the CFC. Add it to your email signature. Print and wear it like a sticker or post it in your workspace.
This walkthrough provides new and returning donors step-by-step instructions on how to make a pledge using the online CFC Giving System.
Donors looking for a quick, easy way to make a one-time donation can now use the Text-to-Donate program.
The online CFC Giving System is our favorite pledge method. And we have a new, improved CFC Giving Mobile App. But, if you still prefer a paper pledge form, we've got you covered.