A Message for Our CFC Donors

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It is with deep gratitude we are pleased to report that Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) donations to our federation, Military, Family, and Veterans Service Organizations of America (MFVSOA), have experienced a notable increase of 39% compared to the previous year! This incredible achievement is due solely to the remarkable generosity and support of CFC donors like you.

Your CFC contributions have significantly impacted the lives of our military members, veterans, and their families. They have helped further programs and services required to ensure our service members, veterans, their families, and survivors are not alone in their sacrifice to serve and protect the Constitution, our national security, and our American way of life.  Our success in helping veterans, their families, and their caregivers is imperative to America’s success

There are countless ways in which Military, Family, and Veterans Service Organizations of America and our partner charities are working tirelessly to serve our nation’s heroes and putting your CFC dollars to work. These are just a few examples:

We here at MFVSOA extend our profound gratitude for your steadfast dedication and commitment to creating positive change in the lives of those who have and continue to sacrifice for our country.

Thank you!



Please visit the Our Partners portion of our website to learn more about our partner organizations.

Thank you for your continued support of the CFC and Military, Family, and Veterans Service Organizations of America!

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