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Success for the 2nd Annual BCFS Employee Giving Campaign

The Second Annual BCFS Employee Giving Campaign for CERI has come to an end, and thanks to the dedicated members of the BCFS System family, was a great success. Over the last year, BCFS System employees donated more than $86,000 to CERI. As a result of the commitments made through this year’s Employee Giving Campaign, employee donations should reach $100,000 over the next 12 months, helping more children and families around the world.

BCFS System employees have shown time and again that working for BCFS can be more than just coming to work every day and earning a paycheck. It is an extension of the mission and vision to serve the least of these in communities around the world. The work performed at BCFS positively impacts those who face seemingly insurmountable challenges in their lives. BCFS is humbled by its faithful employees who demonstrate each day that great things happen when you care, serve, believe and give!

The BCFS Employee Giving Campaign for CERI by the numbers:

Before the 2016 Employee Giving Campaign
36 – Employee donors to CERI
$8,602 – Contributed by employees over 12 months
2017 Employee Giving Campaign
                30 – One-time employee donors
                $1,100 – Contributed by one-time employee donors
                63 – New employee donors with monthly recurring donations
                $13,272 – Projected donations from new employee donors
                with monthly recurring donations over the next 12 months

Since the 2016 Campaign
242 – New employee donors to CERI
$86,383 – Contributed by employees over the last year!

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