Medical Missionaries is Participating in the Combined Federal Campaign

Medical Missionaries is once again participating in the Combined Federal Campaign which facilitates support from federal civilian workers and military personnel. Medical Missionaries solicits support from federal employees.

Manassas, VA, October 11, 2017 --( Medical Missionaries (CFC code #59723) is once again participating in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), the world's largest annual workplace charitable giving campaign. CFC provides an opportunity for military and civilian federal employees to support causes they believe in.

All federal workers are encouraged to register for the CFC at their workplaces to support Medical Missionaries. To locate a local CFC office, visit Enrolling in the CFC is easy.

The funds raised through CFC provide Medical Missionaries support needed to continue its programs and services to improve healthcare for the poorest of the poor throughout the world.

Medical Missionaries provides medical supplies, household goods, shoes, clothing, and medicines to those in need in the U.S., the Caribbean, the Middle East, and Africa. Medical Missionaries has founded and funded St. Joseph Clinic in Thomassique, Haiti, to serve the healthcare needs of more than 100,000 residents of one of the poorest regions in the Western Hemisphere.

The generous donations of Medical Missionaries supporters through the Combined Federal Campaign help the organization to continue to achieve its goals of service to the poor. Between now and Jan. 12, 2018, pledges can be made through an employee's local CFC office using the Medical Missionaries CFC code #59723.

To learn more about how Medical Missionaries serves the poorest of the poor, please visit the website:
Medical Missionaries
Peter Dirr