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Hey Federal employees! Send your CFC funds to the Planetary Society

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

21-10-2010 11:30 CDT

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This is a public service announcement to all employees of the United States Government.

Since last year, Federal government employees can now choose to contribute to the Planetary Society through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Your tax-deductible donations are crucial to support the Society's continued efforts to promote space exploration and public outreach worldwide. Our CFC organization code is 53736; please see your agency's CFC coordinator for donation forms and procedures.

For those of you who are not Federal employees, most such workers, including both civilians and members of the military services, are asked once a year to donate to charities of their choice through payroll deduction. The mission of the CFC is to promote and support philanthropy. Thanks to Nick Previsich for reminding me of it!

 
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