PAI proudly participates in the federal government’s Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) and the World Bank Group’s Community Connections Campaign (CCC). Both of these workplace giving programs provide past and current employees the opportunity to donate to PAI in ways that are advantageous for both the donor and the organization, including giving through payroll deductions in the CFC and having your donation doubled by the World Bank in the CCC.
The CFC is the official workplace giving campaign of the federal government and runs from September 21, 2020 to January 15, 2021. During this charity drive, federal employees — including postal, military and retirees — can donate to one or more designated nonprofit organizations through the CFC Giving Portal. You can support PAI, listed alongside our legally registered name (Population Action International), using our CFC number: 12422.
The CCC is the World Bank’s annual workplace giving campaign for staff, consultants and retirees to donate to participating nonprofits between November 2 and December 17, 2020. Current employees and consultants can donate through the World Bank’s giving platform operated by Benevity. If you are a retiree, you can refer to the following instructions about how to access the CCC and donate via the Retiree Portal.
This year, the World Bank will double all donations to PAI in the CCC, stretching your dollars even further!
Why Donate to PAI?
PAI works with more than 83 partners in over 26 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean to support their sexual and reproductive health and rights advocacy efforts. When you donate to PAI in the CFC or CCC, you are ensuring that women, girls and other vulnerable groups receive the sexual and reproductive health care they rightly deserve.
As an independent organization that does not accept government funding, PAI depends on your support to sustain our grants and strategic guidance to local civil society organizations. Please consider donating to PAI in the CFC or CCC to bolster our work with these partners in advocating for accessible, quality health care for all.
Donors should consult with their tax advisors to determine whether their workplace giving campaign contributions are tax deductible.