The National Association of American Veterans, Inc. (NAAV), motto “Caring About Those Who Served” will attend several Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Kickoff Meetings held in September, October and November 2019 in the greater Washington Metropolitan Area. The CFC, the largest workplace charitable giving drive in the world, began on September 12, 2019 and runs through January 12, 2020.
The campaign theme, Show Some Love, focus on impacts and causes, donors care about. It is complemented by Show You Care messaging, which expresses the volunteer component of the campaign.
Show CFC Campaign Video featuring NAAV’s Board of Directors member Alvin Shell, U.S. Army Veteran (Retired) and Chief Security for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, DC. Visit: https://cfcnca.org/campaign-video
Alvin joined the U.S. Army in September of 2000 and was medically retired at the rank of Captain. He was commissioned through the Officer Candidate School after his enlisted service as a military policeman. As a platoon Leader, Alvin led his platoon to Iraq in 2004 and was later severely injured during battle. His last duty station was spent at Fort Bragg, NC as a Paratrooper. His is married and is the father of three sons.
Alvin’s physical and emotional recovery has not been perfect, but he has the perfect family support helping him through it. During his imperfect recovery he regains his peace of mind and serenity one cast at a time with a fly-fishing rod. Alvin is a multiple award-winning fly-fisherman that has fished from Alaska to the Florida Keys. He says that his ability to regain peace of mind was possible due to the support and encouragement given to him by his first casting instructor for disabled Veterans. He was the lead consultant for Ft. Belvoir’s project to make military housing better for wounded Service Members and their families (https: youtu.be/DHqnAHYpPg1). He was the keynote speaker for Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (https: youtu.be/WOeoWpDwEFg) during multiple tournaments and was ultimately praised by the President for his actions in combat (https: youtu.be/vvat542h814) during a national speech.
Here at the National Association of American Veterans, Inc. we fill a very important role and that is helping on a day-to-day basis our severely injured Service men and women, disabled Veterans, their families and caregivers nationwide. For NAAV Testimonial visit (https://youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=u1Pd5X0yYTg or here https://www.naavets.org/videos/.
Here in the National Capital Area, which includes DC, Maryland, and Virginia, the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area hosted their CFC Kickoff event at the Smithsonian Institution Castles on September 18th. The CFCNCA is the charitable giving program for federal employees and retirees in the region. This year’s goal is $34 million.
The National Association of American Veterans, Inc. (NAAV) is one of an estimated 7,000 participating charities in this year’s fundraising campaign. The campaign gives donors many options to support the causes they care about. Whether one is passionate about Veterans, homelessness, education, mental health, disaster relief or any other cause, the campaign has a charity you can support.
CFC is the only authorized charitable organization for solicitation of federal employees at their workplace. Federal employees who want to donate to Veterans or learn more about the campaign should speak with their organization’s key CFC worker. Federal employees and retirees may also visit www.cfcnca.org.
You may donate to the National Association of American Veterans, Inc. by visiting www.cfcnca.org. NAAV is a nonprofit organization classified under section 501 (c) (3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to the NAAV in support of severely injured Service Members and disabled Veterans, their families and caregivers are tax deductible to the extent allowed by U.S. Federal and local laws.
NAAV’s CFC number is 85065. Thanks for making a difference in the quality of life of those who served and are serving in the United States Armed Forces. Remember it all helps!
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