How will a charity receive a donor's contribution?

Contributions are administered by a local non-profit fiscal agent known as the Principal Combined Fund Organization (PCFO). The organization tasked with administering CFCNCA (the PCFO) is required to notify designated charitable organizations, in writing, of the amount of pledges received by a date determined by OPM. Charitable organizations that did not receive a designation in CFCNCA will not receive a communication from the campaign.

The PCFO may disburse funds quarterly beginning by April of the year immediately following the campaign period. However, the PCFO may send one-time checks to charitable organizations that received small amounts in contributions. In 2015, the one time check amount was $7,500 or less.

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