Get Involved with your CFC!

Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) - A group of local volunteers employed at federal agencies that act as the governing board for the Potomac CFC.  LFCC members commit to one year of service (Jan-Dec) attending meetings to decide on charity eligibility, creating a campaign theme and timeline as well as contributing guidance as needed.  If your agency is currently not represented on the LFCC, we welcome you or a key staff member to participate.

The 2015 LFCC Chair-person is Captain Tyvon Petway

The LFCC meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 2-4 p.m. at the Rappahannock United Way, 3310 Shannon Park Drive, Fredericksburg, VA 22408 and is open to all!  Join us!

Base Committee - Each military installation has a base committee responsible for the annual planning of the Kick-off event, campaign logistics and the Victory party upon that installation. Base committees are facilitated by the Base chairperson and meet monthly.

Dahlgren Base Committee: Patrick Adgerson,

Debbie Shelkey-Lawson,

Marine Corps Base Quantico Chairman: Capt. Tyvon Petway.

Russel Knox Building: Anne Snellings.

FT. A.P. Hill: Benjamin McBride.

Key Workers - During August - December, key workers at each military installation & federal office are assigned the task of meeting with their fellow employees to give them information on the campaign and distribute charity brochures and pledge cards. Lead key workers are responsible for collecting pledges and conducting turn-in's with the LFCC and PCFO.

Charity Eligibility Committee -January through April, military service members and federal workers assist by reviewing charity applications for membership in the Potomac CFC. Volunteers are needed to help with this process.

If you are interested in serving in the role of a LFCC member, base committee member, keyworker or application reviewer for 2015, please contact us!

Sharon Patrick, Campaign Coordinator
(540) 373-0041 ext. 318
Fax: (540) 373-0356

?If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich.?
-President John F. Kennedy