Local CFC Background
The Pacific Northwest Combined Federal Campaign is administered by a committee of federal employee volunteers called the Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC). The Oregon Federal Executive Board provides support to and participates in this committee. For more information about the LFCC, go to www.oregonfeb.us/cfc-lfcc.
Pacific Northwest CFC Growth History
2017: Lake and Klamath CFC joins the Pacific Northwest CFC to create a 43 county region.
2015: The Walla Walla Area CFC joins the Pacific Northwest CFC to create a 41 county region.
2013: Three new Southern Oregon counties have been added to the service area - Coos, Curry and Douglas.
2010: Four additional counties are added to the region: Jackson and Josephine in Oregon and Pacific and Grays Harbor in Washington.
2008: OPM approves mergers between the Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC, Lane County CFC and Central Oregon CFC. The campaign changes its name to the Pacific Northwest CFC.
2007: The Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC sets a new dollar record with over $1.57 million raised, a nearly 5.0% increase. The campaign's participation also rises, to 27.3%.
2006: The Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC agrees to serve Baker, Union and Wallowa counties in eastern Oregon. The federal employees there had not been previously part of any CFC region.
2005: The Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC welcomes federal employees from Clatsop and Tillamook counties in Oregon.
2004: Umatilla and Morrow Counties in eastern Oregon request a merger with the Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC, which is approved.
2003: The Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC welcomes four counties in Central Oregon that previously had not been served: Gilliam, Jefferson, Sherman and Wheeler. The campaign raises over $1.5 million for the first time in its history. It was done at a remarkable 6.0% overhead rate, down from 6.7% in '02 and among the lowest rates in the country.
2002: The campaign raises over $1.475 million, a record for the region and a 5.1% increase in total dollars.
2001: The Columbia River Area and Willamette Valley CFCs merge to form a 17 county region. The new Columbia River/Willamette Valley CFC raises a record $1.4 million, a 6% increase over the previous year, with a 32.5% participation rate. Donations rise 20% and participation jumps 30% in the Willamette Valley alone.