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Show Some Love: CFC is in full swing

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ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. --

The 2016 Robins Combined Federal Campaign active campaign period is in full swing and will continue through Nov. 10.

This year’s theme is “Show Some Love.” The goal this year is $1 million, with 100 percent contact with members of Team Robins.

“The men and women that work at Robins Air Force Base have always been very generous in supporting causes they care about across the globe,” said Troy Hubbard, Robins 2016 CFC chair.

“We encourage all Team Robins members to participate with any amount of contributions they can, because there are so many worthy charities that truly depend on our support to provide much needed services and support to our local communities, the United States and around the world,” he said.
In 2015, the Robins campaign raised $867,000.

CFC is the world’s largest annual workplace charity campaign, which includes nearly 200 CFC campaigns throughout the country and overseas, and raising millions of dollars each year. Pledges made by donors during the campaign season support eligible non-profit organizations that provide health and human service benefits throughout the world.

Super monitors:

Capt. Dana A. Ionia, 116th ACW;

Heidi Avant, AFSC/FZ-R;

Tech. Sgt. Andrew Marshall, Aquincy O. Roberts, 448th SCMW;

2nd Lt. Joseph H. Elliot, AFSC/PK/PZ;

Maj. Katherine Easevoli, AFRC;

Master Sgt. Ross Retter, 461st ACW;

Cayatana Palumbo, Paula Patrick, WR-ALC;

Master Sgt. Aaron Daigle, 1st Lt. Troy Drabek, 5th CCG;

2nd Lt. Trevor Pass, AFSC EN;

Master Sgt. Nicole Griffin, 2nd Lt. Joseph Watts, 78th ABW;

Gina Fudge, DLA;

Emily Glover, DP;

Master Sgt. Merlin Shaver,

Shirlyn Johnson Granville, AFLCMC Combined;

and Dawn Dixon, AFAA/Robins AAO.