Skip to content

Give to Gallaudet University through the Combined Federal Campaign

October 14, 2015
Arrow Buff


Gallaudet University has been selected as a participating nonprofit in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), a federal government workplace giving campaign. This year’s campaign, “Make It Possible,” is open now to December 15, 2015.

Established in 1864, Gallaudet University is the world’s only liberal arts university in which all programs and services are designed to accommodate deaf and hard of hearing students.

“Federal employees, retirees, and contractors now have a new way to help make it possible for Gallaudet University to continue its mission of educating deaf and hard of hearing students to become the leaders of tomorrow,” said Paul Julin, vice president for Institutional Advancement. “Gifts to the University are immediately put to work to provide scholarships and the best academics, student success services, and extracurricular activities for students as they prepare for successful futures.”

Federal employees who want to donate to Gallaudet through the CFC can do so by submitting a pledge via payroll deduction, sending cash or check, using a credit or debit card, or e-check/ACH. When filling out the form, please identify Gallaudet using its CFC number: 67124. Click here for more information about Gallaudet’s participation in the CFC.

All gifts made through the CFC campaign qualify as tax-deductible. For more information, including frequently asked questions (FAQs), pledge forms, and links to easily set up payroll deductions, click here. A tutorial about making a pledge is available here.

Click here to watch a captioned video of President Barack Obama speaking in support of the CFC “Make It Possible” campaign.

Gallaudet University, federally chartered in 1864, is a bilingual, diverse, multicultural institution of higher education that ensures the intellectual and professional advancement of deaf and hard of hearing individuals through American Sign Language and English. Gallaudet maintains a proud tradition of research and scholarly activity and prepares its graduates for career opportunities in a highly competitive, technological, and rapidly changing world.                  

Kaitlin Luna, Coordinator of Media and Public Relations
(202) 448-7106 voice
(202) 250-2973 videophone
(585) 507-1705 mobile/text

14 October 2015


Recent Posts

It is not often one can say they have met an NFL player, but our audiology graduate students and football players had that exciting opportunity on November 4. In October, retired NFL tight end Tim Wright reached out to Benjamin Harden, director of Gallaudet’s Hearing and Speech Center, about his new business venture, Dome Audio....

What do you do when your world premiere gets cancelled? You call your friends. And that is exactly what Lisa Lewis, founder and director of Omnium Circus, did — she reached out to Monique Holt, a faculty member in the Theatre and Dance program.  The two had been long-time friends and colleagues, and Holt was...

Neil J. McDevitt, ’96, was elected mayor of the borough of North Wales, Pennsylvania in balloting conducted last week. He is believed to be the first deaf person to be elected mayor of a municipality anywhere in the United States in modern times.  Fred H. Begole served as mayor of Marquette, Michigan from 1914 to...

About the Author

Gallaudet University

Published Articles: 849

Recent Posts
Retired NFL tight end visits Gallaudet; meets with audiology students, football team
Omnium Circus to perform at Gallaudet on Sunday
Gallaudet alumnus Neil McDevitt, ’96, elected mayor of North Wales, PA
Related Categories
Media Inquiries

For any other media inquiry, please contact:

No media contact found!

Stay up to date on all the Gallaudet happenings, both stories and initiatives we are doing with our Signing community!​

Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate