Combined Federal Campaign
Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is proud to be a part of the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), the world's largest and most successful annual workplace-charity campaign.
Together, We Can Change the Lives of Our Nation’s Bravest
Your donation to WWP #11425 in the Combined Federal Campaign can make a life-changing difference for warriors and their families and help advance the WWP vision of fostering the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history.
The Combined Federal Campaign provides current and retired federal workers, including members of the military, the opportunity to support important causes through paycheck deductions.
Your gift will help impact the lives of injured veterans:
- $6 per paycheck = a one-hour mental health treatment session for one warrior.
- $15 per paycheck = a safe voice on the other end of the phone for 27 warriors in need.
- $25 per paycheck = support from a claims specialist to help 17 warriors obtain VA benefits.
Your Support Makes a Difference
Watch Wounded Warrior Project CEO Mike Linnington kick off the 2023 CFC season, and learn how your support transforms the lives of our nation's bravest.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, this program is limited to Federal civilian, postal, and military employees, contractors and retirees.
You can make your pledge between September 1 of the current year through January 15 of the following year.
Federal employees can give through payroll deduction, credit card, or ACH. Payroll deductions are authorized by the employee for one year (12 monthly deductions or 26 biweekly). Federal contractors can only give via credit card or ACH. Visit the CFC Giving System at cfcgiving.opm.gov/welcome to create an account and pledge to the charities of your choice.
Retirees can pledge via deduction from monthly annuity/retirement pay, credit card, or ACH from their bank account. Visit the CFC Giving System at cfcgiving.opm.gov/welcome to create an account and pledge to the charities of your choice.