DC One Fund - Each One Give One
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The DC One Fund program is the District Government’s workplace giving program. It is jointly administered by the United Way of the National Capital Area and The United Black Fund Inc. of Greater Washington, DC. The program is run by the Office of the Secretary of the District of Columbia. The Office of the Secretary, in conjunction with agency coordinators, plans and administers the day‐to‐day operations of the One Fund program. District government employees can manage their One Fund donations electronically during the campaign season that begins on the first Monday of October and ends on the second Friday of December, lasting approximately 10 weeks. Recurring payroll deduction, one-time payroll deduction, credit, or debit card payments are accepted. All payroll deduction pledges start on the first or second pay period of the following calendar year.
The 2011 campaign was the 57th Annual DC One Fund Campaign. The DC One Fund originated to afford DC government employees a full opportunity to participate in charitable giving in their community. The District of Columbia Government agrees that the DC One Fund shall be the only on-the-job charitable solicitation authorized among DC government employees. The DC government seeks to achieve the objectives of an effective and efficient single campaign among DC government employees for the support of worthy, charitable causes with minimal disruption to the work force. 2015 Campaign (Start Date – Thursday, October 1, 2015-End Date Friday, December 11, 2015)
Can I do a one-time donation?
Yes, you can. Go to DC One Fund, and visit the “pledge now” tab located at the bottom of the page, login, and then you may pledge using the one-time payroll deduction option or the credit card option. More FAQs.
View Mayor Bowser 2015 DC One Fund video
Every year the DC One Fund Campaign begins on the first Monday of October and ends on the second Friday of December, lasting approximately 10 weeks.
Frequently Asked Questions
To learn more about the DC One Fund, contact your agency’s representative, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (202) 727-6306 during public office hours, Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm.
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All non profit applications are due by the close of business, Friday, May 29, 2015.
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Applications are to be mailed or delivered to:
2014 Campaign Results
The 2014 Campaign received over $1,051,000 in pledges from over 3,300 DC Government employees. This amount was equivalent to the 2013 Campaign and a $203,000 increase from the 2012 Campaign. This continues to illustrates the immense generosity of the DC Government community, as well as showcasing their dedication and commitment to supporting non-profit organizations in Washington DC and the metropolitan area. The greatest commitment to the 2014 DC One Fund Campaign by DC Government Employees was in the area of Fair Share Givers. Fair Share Givers are DC Government employees that pledge between 1%-3% of their annual salary and that number saw huge increase to 654 pledges. This compares to Fairs Share Givers of 512 in 2013; and 312 in 2012.
2013 Campaign Results
The 2013 Campaign received over $1,051,000 in pledges from over 3,300 DC government employees. This is an increase of more than $200,000 from the 2012 Campaign and more than $380,000 from the 2011 Campaign. Illustrating the immense generosity of the DC government community, as well as showcasing their dedication and commitment to supporting non-profits in this great city. The greatest commitment to the 2013 DC One Fund Campaign by DC Government Employees was in the area of Fair Share Givers, which saw an increase from 312 in 2012 to 512 in 2013.
2012 Campaign Results
The 2012 Campaign received over $850,000 in pledges from over 3,400 DC government employees. This is an increase of more than $175,000 from the previous Campaign and more than $640,000 and 2,850 pledges from the 2010 Campaign. Illustrating the immense generosity of the DC government community, as well as showcasing their dedication and commitment to supporting non-profits in this great city.
2011 Campaign Results
The 2011 campaign received over $670,000 in pledges from 2,600 pledges. The 2010 campaign received over $200,000 in pledges from 530 pledges. This accounts for nearly a half-a-million dollar increase in pledges with over 2,000 more employees participating in just one year.