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Team Misawa leads the way in Combined Federal Campaign donations

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Dedicated uniformed and civilian personnel demonstrate their generosity each and every day with service to our country and by joining together to help people and communities in need through the Department of Defense Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas. The five overseas unified combatant commands pledge millions of dollars every year to ensure life-saving and life-enriching services benefitting millions of people. (Courtesy photo)

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan --

The Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas (CFC-O) proudly recognizes the efforts generous men and women serving at Misawa for answering the call of duty to support the DOD’s annual fundraising tradition. To date, Misawa leads the charge as one of the overseas installations with the highest level of contributions. Collectively, the five overseas combatant commands have pledged more than $2.3 million.

"We are always so humbled by the extraordinary efforts of the service members and civilians to make a difference in the world, not only through their sacrifices in the service of our nation, but also their willingness to Show Some Love to the charitable causes that mean the most to them through the CFC," said Amanda Huckins, CFC-O Director. "This critical support will allow the CFC-supported charities to continue to offer help and hope to those who need it: for example, supporting our wounded veterans and their families, working toward a cure for cancer, and ensuring all children are able go to school."

If you have not yet made your donation, it’s not too late. The campaign will continue through January 12, 2017. Please join your fellow service members and give to your favorite charitable causes by visiting www.cfcoverseas.org and clicking the donate button or submitting your paper pledge card to your local CFC representative. You can give via payroll allotment, credit/debit card, direct bank transfer, or check.

About the CFC-O

Dedicated uniformed and civilian personnel demonstrate their generosity each and every day with service to our country and by joining together to help people and communities in need through the Department of Defense Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas. The five overseas unified combatant commands pledge millions of dollars every year to ensure life-saving and life-enriching services benefitting millions of people. For more information, visit www.cfcoverseas.org.