Philanthropy...Not just for Bill Gates
On Sept. 28, 2012, the Combined Federal Campaign will kick off with a burger burn from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Hangar 2 and at the Funspot during Friday Night Frenzy from 4 to 10 p.m. For more information, please contact your CFC representatives. (DoD graphic)
Posted 9/17/2012 Updated 9/17/2012
Commentary by Master Sgt. Hikmat Hanna
92nd Operations Support Squadron Aviation Resource Management
9/17/2012 - FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE, Wash. -- We often hear about people who have accumulated vast amounts of wealth who then turn their life's efforts to charity work across the world. That's really inspirational and pretty impressive.
We shouldn't forget, when we band together, we "common folk" can really make a difference too. We may not make headlines, but that doesn't matter to those we help.
There are many who serve food to the hungry, paint schools or clean up a beach because they want to make a difference. What many of us don't realize is an opportunity comes around every year that allows us to do just that.
The Combined Federal Campaign raises more than a quarter of a billion dollars each year. What makes this possible is the generosity of federal employees who voluntarily donate for a good cause. We've all heard about the cup of coffee that saves the world right? "For the price of a cup of coffee, you can change the world." It's true.
It's simple and convenient to give. Payroll deduction lets you spread your contribution across the entire year. As little as $2 a month really helps! That gives your charity a steady source of revenue annually. It has low overhead costs, so more money goes directly to your charity. Giving is good in and of itself, but it also shows that federal employees care about our communities.
Come join us as we kick off Team Fairchild's CFC this year. Together, we can make a difference.
On Sept. 28, the CFC will kick off with a burger burn from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Hangar 2 and at the Funspot during Friday Night Frenzy from 4 to 10 p.m. For more information, please contact your CFC representatives.
Capt. Mel Hofler - 92nd Air Refueling Wing
Alternate - Master Sgt. Hikmat Hanna - 92nd ARW
Mr. Sean Otoupalik - 92nd ARW Civ. Rep.
Capt. David Sullivan - 92nd Operations Group
Alternate - Capt. Jason Lunger - 92nd Air Refueling Squadron
Lt Greg Oswald - 93rd Air Refueling Squadron
Lt Jason Lunger - 92nd Operations Support Squadron
Capt. Dorothy Ellis - OG Staff
Capt. Alex Trana - 92nd OG Subtotal
Master Sgt. Becky Hale - 92nd Medical Group
Alt. - Master Sgt. Joshua Berger & Mr. Pimentel - Civilian Rep. - 92nd Medical Support Squadron
Tech Sgt. Tobias DeLong - 92nd Aerospace Medical Squadron
Master Sgt. Becky Hale - 92nd Medical Operations Squadron
Master Sgt. Joshua Berger - MDG Staff
Master Sgt. Hale & Master Sgt. Berger - 92nd MDG Subtotal
Tech Sgt. John Olsen - 92nd Mission Support Group
Alt. - Master Sgt. Don Andreoli - 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron
Tech Sgt. Kevin Steinke - 92nd Contracting Squadron
Lt Bogan - 92nd Communication Squadron
Airman 1st Class Michael Thompson & Matt Kramer - 92nd Force Support Squadron
1st Lt. Tarasita Davis - 92nd FSS
Tech Sgt. John Olsen - 92nd Security Forces Squadron
Master Sgt. Jerome Knights & Senior Master Sgt. Kenneth Rains - Mission Support Group Staff
Capt. Jen Colby - 92nd MSG Subtotal
Master Sgt. David Brown - 92nd Maintenance Group
Alt. - Tech. Sgt. Andrew Simons - Maintenance Operations Sqaudron
Master Sgt. David Brown - 92nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
Staff Sgt. Prindle - 92nd Maintenance Squadron
Tech Sgt. Barkhauer - 92nd Director of Staff
Alt. - Tech. Sgt. Phillip Boal - Chaplain Section
Tech Sgt. Barkhauer - 509th Weapons Squadron
Staff Sgt. Vincent "Skee" Garrett - Joint Personnel Recovery Agency
Tech. Sgt. Josh Lemon - JPRA
Staff Sgt. Phil Rodgers - 373rd Training Squadron
Mr. Michael Pimentel - 92nd MDG Civ. Rep.
Mr. Craig Johnson - 92nd FSS Civ. Rep.
Brad Norleen - Air Force Audit Agency
Mrs. Bedwell - Defense Commissary Agency
Mrs. Bell - Army Air Force Exchange Service