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Federal, state and local government employees

Each year thousands of employees can direct a portion of their paycheck to the charities of their choice through workplace giving campaigns. By directing your workplace contribution to Unbound, you can help young adults and their families in developing countries achieve educational goals and work toward a promising future.

Combined Federal Campaign

Combined Federal Campaign


The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the world’s largest workplace charity campaign. Federal civilian, postal and military donors can direct a portion of their paycheck to the charities of their choice during the annual campaign. By participating in the CFC, you can work together with your colleagues and give back.

Your donations to Unbound provide direct scholarship assistance to promising young women and men. Your contribution will help them achieve educational goals, serve their communities, and build a path out of poverty for themselves and their families.

Pledge your support to Unbound today on the CFC pledge site by referencing our CFC identification number: 12041.

For more information, please visit the government's Office of Personnel Management website for information specific to federal employees interested in workplace giving.

Contact our gift planning team for additional information regarding our scholarship program and the designated use of your gift.

State and local government employees

In addition to the Combined Federal Campaign, Unbound also participates in many state employee charitable campaigns. Please check with your state employee campaign office or contact our gift planning team to confirm Unbound's participation in your state campaign.

Unbound designates 100% of gifts from state employee giving campaigns to our scholarship program. Your donations to Unbound can bring hope to families in developing countries by providing direct scholarship assistance to promising young women and men. Your contribution will allow them to achieve educational goals, serve their communities, and build a path out of poverty for themselves and their families.