Stars and Stripes Supports Combined Federal Campaign with Special Guide for Military and DOD Civilians

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Independent military news source Stars and Stripes provides free guide to charitable giving for U.S. military and civilians who support the Combined Federal Campaign.

Stars and Stripes, independent daily news source for the U.S. military, will publish on October 20th its annual Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Guide, a special supplement that helps military, government and DoD personnel choose the charitable organizations they wish to support in 2012.

The CFC celebrates its 50th year with the goal of raising more than the $281.5 million pledged last year.

This year, circulation of Stars and Stripes CFC Guide will total 451,000 and, in addition to being inserted in Stars and Stripes European, Pacific and Middle East editions, distribution will include the National Capital Region. The CFC Guide will also be circulated in base newspapers and at shopping outlets in most major military installations nationwide.

“The CFC is the world's largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign and Stars and Stripes is proud to support the process by providing a link between the participating charities and America’s military deployed worldwide,” said International Advertising Director Dan Krause. He added, “This is the 11th year of our CFC Guide and we at Stars and Stripes are pleased to play a small role in this worthwhile common cause.”

The CFC Guide will also publish online beginning October 20, in the Special Supplements section at

Stars and Stripes delivers independent news and information daily to the U.S. military community worldwide. Editorially independent of interference from outside its editorial chain of command, it provides commercially available U.S. and world news and objective, staff-produced stories relevant to the military community in a balanced, fair and accurate manner.


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