Poll: How Charitable Are You Feeling?

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The government’s annual program to raise money for charities, the Combined Federal Campaign, starts Sept. 1 and runs through Dec. 15. Federal employees traditionally have been very generous with their donations; $7 billion has been raised for good causes since the CFC’s creation in 1961.

But a two-year federal pay freeze, possible health care premium hikes, threats to shrink the government workforce and proposals to increase the amount feds contribute to their pensions could be taking a toll on federal employees’ goodwill. “No raise for at least three years; no budget passed; threats of furloughs and RIFs: do the clowns in DC really think that federal employees are going to donate to their pet charities?” asked one reader in response to Thursday’s story on the CFC.

Tell us how you feel.







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