Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) ORS/ORF Basketball Shootout
The ORS/ORF will host the 3rd Annual CFC Basketball Shootout Tournament on Tuesday, November 13th at 1:30pm. The tournament will take place on the basketball court outside the Lipsett Auditorium in Bldg. 10. All are welcome to participate. Sign up by emailing Chris Shirley no later than November 9th. All participants should plan to arrive by 1:15pm. The Tournament’s objective is to be the “last person standing” when all three rounds of the competition are completed. The winner will receive the use of the ORS or ORF Director’s parking spot for a week. The three rounds of competition will include a mix of free throw, lay-up, and three pointer shots, with each of the three phases resulting in eliminations. The final round will be a game of PIG, played similarly to the game of HORSE. For more info on the contest, contact Chris Shirley. In the event of rain or heavy winds, a make-up time is scheduled for 1:30pm on November 20th.
Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)
NIH is one of the leading CFC contributors in the area, but we still need your help. We can’t meet our goal without you! Any amount you can give helps those in need! Federal employees are encouraged to designate their contributions to as many as five charitable CFC organizations. Support the NIH Charities!
Special Love/Camp Fantastic #49642
Special Love provides recreational programs, financial assistance, and a community of support to children with cancer and their families in the Mid-Atlantic region. Through programs like the week-long Camp Fantastic and BRASS Camp, young patients, siblings, and parents discover they’re not alone in their battle against cancer. Program highlights are available at www.facebook.com/SpecialoveCamps.
The Children’s Inn at NIH #10324
The Inn is a private, nonprofit residence for families and their children who are participating in pediatric research at the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical Center. The Inn enhances the opportunities for groundbreaking medical discoveries by providing a free “place like home” that reduces the burdens of illness through a supportive environment including therapeutic, educational, and recreational programming. If you would like someone from The Inn to speak to your employees, contact Laura King at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friends of Patients at the NIH provides financial, logistical and social support to patients while they are receiving groundbreaking and life-saving treatments at the NIH Clinical Research Center. We cover unmet needs so that the patients can focus on recovery, healing and fulfilling their crucial role partnering with the NIH researchers in advancing knowledge, discoveries and breakthroughs.
The Foundation for the NIH #29165
Donors to the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) help advance breakthrough biomedical discoveries and improve the quality of people’s lives in support of the mission of the NIH. As a 501(c)(3) charity chartered by Congress, the FNIH convenes scientific leaders, individuals, not-for-profits, and corporations around biomedical research goals—all in an effort to respond to the most urgent priorities in human health, domestically and around the world. By leveraging the vast resources of the NIH with research expertise, equipment, infrastructure and funding from the private sector, the FNIH builds and manages public-private partnerships across the biological spectrum of diseases and disorders, including Alzheimer’s disease, autism, cancer, lupus, among many others. The FNIH also supports the next generation of scientists by funding educational and training programs at the NIH and raises funds for the Edmond J. Safra Family Lodge, which provides free lodging to patients of the NIH Clinical Center and their families. The FNIH has been honored and recognized internationally, earning 15 years of Charity Navigator’s “Exceeds Industry Standards” rating and a Gold Stevie Award for “Organization of the Year.” Visit fnih.org for more details about how the Foundation is turning discovery into health.