Welcome to the Potomac CFC!  We represent over 21,500 federal government employees and service members in a geographic area ranging from Stafford County to Caroline County and Culpepper to King and Queen County encompassing  Marine Corps Base Quantico, Ft. A.P. Hill and Naval Support Activity (Dahlgren), as well as the local and regional US Post Offices.  Over the past 15 years, federal employees have pledged more than $10 million through the annual campaign. 

This outpouring of support is vitally important and greatly appreciated by the thousands of local, national and international charities providing programs and services that keep our community, country and world strong.

2016 Potomac CFC Applications

The Potomac CFC will be accepting 2016 CFC Applications till Wednesday, February 24, 2016.  All applications must be in the Potomac CFC Office by COB (4:30 PM) on February 24, 2016. 

Please click on the Charities tab and then on “How to Apply” to get 2016 applications.

2016 Potomac CFC Application Training

The 2016 Potomac CFC Application Training will be held on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 at Rappahannock United Way from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.  Below is the link to register for this training:

For questions regarding this training or on the 2016 Potomac CFC Application please contact: Sharon Patrick, spatrick@rappahannockunitedway.org, 540-373-0041 Ext 318.


Ways to Give

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Congratulations to our generous federal employees and service members. The Potomac CFC raised over $837,000 during the 2014 Campaign.

Thank you for your continued generosity throughout the campaign. More than 1,300 employees/service members donated to a variety of charitable organizations who will benefit from your donations.


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This is the official website of the Potomac Combined Federal Campaign #0898. This site has been reviewed and approved by the Potomac Local Federal Coordinating Committee for the 2015 Combined Federal Campaign. 2015 Potomac CFC Book