Personnel Notice: Combined Federal Campaign underway until Jan. 11, 2019
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is a 57-year federal workplace giving tradition that has raised more than $8.3 billion for charitable organizations.
It is the world's largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign, with almost 200 CFC campaigns throughout the country and overseas raising millions of dollars each year. Pledges made by Federal civilian, postal and military donors during the campaign season (now until January 11, 2019) support eligible non-profit organizations that provide health and human service benefits throughout the world.
Federal employees can make a pledge online via the centralized giving platform. Donors can choose a payroll deduction or a one-time or recurring monthly pledge via a credit card, debit card, or direct bank transfer. Federal employees are also invited to broaden the impact of their gift by pledging volunteer hours to participating charities in addition to monetary donations.
Contributions may be made online at www.carolinascfc.org, and selecting the "Donate" tab. You will be prompted to create an account if you didn't create one last year.
If you established your Online Giving account in 2017, please visit your profile page. CFC has deployed a more elaborate database of Federal Offices and you may find a more accurate match to use in selecting the Office or Unit under the Department and Agency where you work.
Ensure your account profile indicates the following information:
- Your Department: DOD- Department of the Navy
- Your Agency: US Marine Corps
- Your Office: MCAS NEW RIVER JAX NC (UIC:N62573) Jacksonville, NC (CFC:46HQUP)
All contributions, no matter how great or small, can have a huge impact, and in many cases, change someone's life.
Public Notice: Deer Harvest regulation reminder
Wildlife official have had an usually high number of hunters forgetting to properly report their deer harvest. Please follow the steps below when you harvest a deer on base or the air station; failure to do so could result in suspension of your hunting privileges. The information collected is crucial to managing the base deer population.
- Take deer to one of three check stations (Old Sawmill Rd, Verona Loop Rd, and MCAS New River).
- Properly remove jaw bone, place it in the provided plastic bag, complete a jaw bone card, staple card to OUTSIDE of bag, and place bag in refrigerator.
- Enter the weight, sex, and antler measurements in EFAWCTS and close your hunt session.
- Complete harvest information on Game Harvest Report Card and drop it in the harvest card box.
- Wash off the weigh station area for the next hunter.
- You MUST report your harvest in accordance with NC regulations. Call 1-800-I-GOT-ONE or visit www.ncwildlife.org.
Signs are posted in each check station to walk you through the harvest reporting process.