Greater New Orleans Area CFC

Welcome to the Greater New Orleans Area CFC

Make It Possible!
2014 Thermometer News and Events Videos

CFC for the Greater New Orleans Area's Campaign Totals
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 Our Campaign Cabinet


 Brian Farley, CFC Chairman

District Manager, New Orleans Downtown

Social Security Administration

A letter from our 2014 Chairperson



Michael J. Anderson
Special Agent-In-Charge
Federal Bureau of Investigation


Lt. Gen. Richard P. Mills
Marine Forces Reserve
and Marine Forces North


Bruno Tristan
Louisiana District Manager
U.S. Postal Service


Our campaign kicked off on September 1, 2014! Search for your charity of choice in the 2014 Catalog of Caring and Make It Possible!

Check our Events Calendar for other dates and time information.

CFC Campaign Underway; Now Accepting Donations!

The 2014 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) for the Greater New Orleans Area, will run from September 1st –December 15th. It began with a rousing Coordinator Training/Kickoff which occurred on Wednesday, September 10th. There were a total of 116 participants present, including coordinators, speakers, Loaned Executive’s, CFC staff and non-profit agencies!  CFC Coordinators are the point of contact for each federal agency.  They were trained on how to help people donate to CFC.  Speakers included the CFC Campaign Cabinet members or their representatives including: the Chair, the Military Chair, the Civilian Chair and the Postal Chair.  CFC Chair Brian Farley encouraged federal employees to “Be a part of the largest and most successful workplace philanthropic fund raiser in the world. Together we can make a difference in thousands of lives. You make it possible!”.

The Military Chair for the campaign is Lieutenant General Richard P. Mills who is the Commanding General Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces North.  He was represented at the training by Col. Steven Godinho, Commanding Officer, Marine Forces Reserve who spoke about the importance of the CFC.

Created by President Kennedy in 1961, the CFC is the annual fund-raising drive conducted for all military, federal civilian, and postal employees in their workplace each fall. Each year, military personnel and federal employees raise millions of dollars through the CFC that benefits thousands of non-profit charities.  The majority of the money raised in the this region goes to local charities to support the local community. Last year the campaign raised just under $1 million dollars and this year the goal is to reach one million.

One of the easiest ways for the military to donate is to do so through MyPay, which is available for Department of Defense (DoD) employees.  MyPay ePledge allows military and civilian personnel to establish a CFC allotment within the CFC open season (September 1st – December 15th).  Making CFC donations via electronic payroll deduction was previously not an option in the DoD.    The CFC link for MyPay is on the main menu under Pay Changes after logging in.

The benefits of donating through MyPay are: increased donor confidentiality, reduced administrative workload, and reduced possibility of administrative errors associated with paper pledge form processing.  Active duty Army, Navy, and Air Force Personnel donors must input their 4-digit Campaign Code (0372) for the CFC for Greater New Orleans.  All other donors’ campaign information will be automatically populated.

For more information about the CFC for the Greater New Orleans Area or to make a pledge, simply visit, click the Pledge Online button and then choose an online donation option. CFC Staff can be contacted by phone at 504-827-6824.

Greater New Orleans Area CFC (CFC 0372) Boundaries: Ascension, Assumption, East Baton Rouge, West Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, West Feliciana, Iberville, Jefferson, Lafourche, Livingston, Orleans, Plaquemines, Point Coupee, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St. Helena, St. James, St. John the Baptist, St. Mary, Tangipahoa, St. Tammany, Terrebonne, and Washington Parishes in Louisiana.