Combined Federal Campaign

Attention all federal employees, federal retirees, and military members — you can make a powerful, immediate impact right now.

EarthShare is CFC #10252


EarthShare is CFC #10252

Be the face of change.

If you are an active or retired federal employee* or member of our military, then you have the power to change the world! The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the largest workplace giving campaign on the planet and raises millions of dollars annually for nonprofits that protect our planet, serve our communities, and provide vital resources to people in need.

When you support EarthShare and its nonprofits partners in the CFC, you help organizations to protect your quality of life and our natural resources — in your backyard, across America, and around the world. Contact EarthShare for campaign resources and speakers. Your planet needs you more than ever!

* Retirees can now pledge using their annuity or retirement pay, credit card, or ACH from their bank account. Click here for details.

We are EarthShare.

Comprised of the most well-respected and innovative nonprofits, EarthShare’s partner network tackle our planet’s greatest threats by offering solutions to combat climate change, environmental injustice, threatened food systems, at-risk ecosystems, and a multitude of other issues.

EarthShare is CFC #10252

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Help your planet and your community.

Want to make an impact on the world around you? There’s no easier way than supporting what you care about through the Combined Federal Campaign!

The CFC online donation portal is now open for the 2022-2023 campaign! You can also download the CFC Giving mobile app for Apple and Android.

See your dollars at work!

$1 per pay period

Plants two agaves to restore the foraging habitats of the endangered Mexican and Lesser Long-Nosed Bat.

$2 per pay period

Restores an acre of prime tiger habitat in Nepal.

$5 per pay period

Funds the planting of a tree by local community groups.

$10 per pay period

Provides 25 hardworking “conservation dogs” with a treat toy to enjoy in their time off.

$25 per pay period

Plants 1,000 oysters — called the “vacuum cleaners” of Chesapeake Bay — to filter water and remove organic and inorganic compounds.

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