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2013 Campaign (Start Date – October 7, 2013 End Date – December 13, 2013)

Greetings Colleagues,

For over 50 years, District government employees and retirees have stepped up to support nonprofit organizations through the DC One Fund. This program is an opportunity for you to conveniently support your favorite charities. With help from the United Way and United Black Fund, we have created a paperless process for collecting pledges and donations. The online portal allows donors to make contributions in a variety of forms including credit and debit card payments. This quick and easy process is yet another accomplishment in the District’s plan to automate the functions of government and will help us make the process more efficient and accountable. We invite you to be a part of something special by participating in the DC One Fund. Make a lump sum donation before the end of this year to take advantage of the tax deduction or arrange for biweekly payroll deductions. A small donation of $2 per pay period will make a huge impact on your charity of choice. This year, we are asking that Each One Give One.

To learn more about the DC One Fund contact your District of Columbia Government agency’s representative, email dconefund@dc.gov or call (202) 727-6306 Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm.

Sincerely,
Lisa Mallory
Director, Department of Employment Services
59th DC One Fund Campaign “Chair”

The District of Columbia does not endorse any particular organizations, and makes no guarantees as to the advisability of employees donating to any organization. A listing in the DC One Fund means that the organization is technically eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions, and nothing more. Please visit the organization's website, charitynavigator.org, or guidestar.org/ for information regarding each group's program and financial information.

If you are a charity interested in participating in the DC One Fund, view more information (PDF).

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