Oakwood Embarks on Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) in September

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CFC Area of Service Highlight: Mission, Enrollment Services & Retention
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is a fundraiser that allows federal employees and retirees to donate to one or more charities through a single electronic transaction.


Stay tuned for the exact date the giving site opens. A special launch announcement event will take place during the month of September as well. Feel free to share this video with your federal co-workers, family and friends.

The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is a fundraiser that allows federal employees and retirees to donate to one or more charities through a single electronic transaction.


Stay tuned for the exact date the giving site opens. A special launch announcement event will take place during the month of September as well. Feel free to share this video with your federal co-workers, family and friends.
CFC Area of Service Highlight: Mission, Enrollment Services & Retention
Agape Day, held annually on the 4 th Thursday of September, is the day EVERYONE at Oakwood University is invited to stop normal campus activities and unite to show some love in the community.


During the most recent Agape Day, Oakwood partnered with 40 organizations throughout the Huntsville area. Over 713 volunteers blanketed the city to accomplish a variety of needed projects for our neighbors. Elementary school students, senior citizens, community members, understaffed non profits all benefited from the helping hands of our 713 volunteers.


To continue to support areas of service like this, federal employees are invited to please designate Oakwood University CFC Code: 96964, September 2019-January 2020 during the Combined Federal Campaign.


Please contact Miriam Battles at 256.726.7508 or email at mbattles@oakwood.edu if you have any questions. Click here to learn more about the CFC.

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