National Capital Area CFC leaders confident donations will bounce back in 2015

Ogrysko, Nicole

There’s a new sense of optimism this year for the Combined Federal Campaign, which kicked off its 54th year Sept. 3 as an annual workplace fundraiser. Campaign leaders hope a renewed sense of optimism will spur federal employees to dig deep on donations.

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