The three charities in the top 100 that saw the sharpest decline in donations during the 2016 CFC had one thing in common: Their names included the term “Wounded Warrior.”
Our analysis of pledge results from the 2016 Combined Federal Campaign suggests that many federal donors voted last fall with their campaign pledges – against Donald Trump. Both the Washington Post and Chronicle of Philanthropy reported this finding.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital was the big winner in the 2016 Combined Federal Campaign, as we recently reported in our annual tabulation of pledge results.
All CFC zone administrators have now reported pledges for the 2013 campaign. The total stands at $209,649,856, down 18.8% from the 2012 CFC.
Updated March 31, 2014. The 2013 Combined Federal Campaign dropped 19% in comparison to 2012, figures published by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) now show. The pledge figures are found on the section of the OPM website that deals with the CFC.