FAQs for nonprofits
The Nonprofit Expo is the nonprofit agency fair of the KCEGP. We hold multiple Expos across the county and on different dates. Spots for the Expo go fast, so please RSVP as soon as possible once invited. Usually you will only be able to attend one Expo location in order to spread out the opportunity to as many of our participating nonprofits as possible.
King County Employee Giving Program
401 5th Avenue, Second Floor
Seattle, WA 98104
- 2020 Major Solicitation Period October 5- November 20, 2020
Click here to see the full page of requirements.
The CFC is the Combined Federal Campaign, the workplace giving program for employees of the Federal government. www.cascadiacfc.org
The CFD is the Combined Fund Drive, the workplace giving program for employees of the state of Washington. www.cfd.wa.gov
All three programs have different eligibility requirements and separate application processes. Therefore, acceptance into one does not imply acceptance into the others. Please check with the other programs to see if you are a part of their workplace giving programs.
|Fundraising Activity/Method||National Cost to Raise a Dollar|
|Capital Campaign/Major Gifts||$ .05 to $ .10 per dollar raised.|
|Corporations and Foundations (Grant Writing)||$ .20 per dollar raised.|
|Direct Mail Renewal||$ .20 per dollar raised|
|Planned Giving||$ .25 per dollar raise¾and a lot of patience!|
|Benefit/Special Events||$ .50 of gross proceeds|
|Direct Mail Acquisition||$ 1.00 to $ 1.25 per dollar raised|
All donor information is automatically emailed out to contacts on file. If you are a member of a federation all reports go to the federation, please check with them.
These reports tell the nonprofit organization how much was pledged and raised during the most recent Annual Giving Drive. They are emailed out after the completion of the Annual Giving Drive during first quarter of the following fiscal year. For example, the 2017 Annual Giving Drive happened in October-December 2017, reports are then emailed first quarter 2018.
While Pledge Reports tell you what was pledged for the year, Donor Reports are what was "actually" donated. There can be differences for several reasons including employees leaving employment, mid-year changes, etc. But for the most part donor reports should reconcile back to the pledge reports. These are sent out quarterly around the same time as the checks.
Please add email@example.com to your "safe" email list to ensure you receive all reports and notifications.
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