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Designate CWLA as Your Combined Federal Campaign Charity of Choice!



CFC #11125September 1 through December 15 is the official 2012 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) solicitation period. It's the time when you can help make CWLA number one on your friends' and family's giving list. CWLA's CFC number is 11125. Make it count. Call a friend, send an e-mail, or write it down and let your family and friends know they can use these five numbers, 11125, to make a world of a difference.

Last year, more than $25,000 of support resulted from individuals deciding to contribute to CWLA through the Combined Federal Campaign at their workplace. We would like to have your help in doubling CFC contributions to CWLA by December 15. And remember to thank everyone for his or her support.

Thank you.

There are many ways you can support CWLA. Click here for details.














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