USAREUR accepts Combined Federal Campaign funds for Army communities in Europe

July 19, 2011


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U.S. Army Europe Public Affairs

U.S. Army Europe

Photo credit Spc. Adam Garlington

Renee Acosta, center, president and chief executive officer of Global Impact, the Department of Defense’s campaign management organization for Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas, presents a check for $91,227.33 to Maj. Gen. James C. Boozer, the U.S. Army Europe chief of staff, and Kathleen Marin, the acting Installation Management Command-Europe regional director.The check is a result of donations to the Family Support and Youth Program of this year’s CFC-O.

HEIDELBERG, Germany -- The quality of life in U.S. Army communities in Europe got a $91,227.33 boost at a Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas check presentation July 19.

Maj. Gen. James C. Boozer, the U.S. Army Europe chief of staff and Kathleen Marin, the acting Installation Management Command-Europe regional director, accepted the check from Renee Acosta, president and chief executive officer of Global Impact, the Department of Defense’s campaign management organization for CFC-O. The check is a result of donations to the Family Support and Youth Program of this year’s CFC-O.

According to CFC-O, the FSYP gives federal employees and military members stationed overseas the opportunity to enhance their communities’ quality of life by making donations, which are invested in overseas installation.

The 2011 CFC-O campaign runs from October 3 through December 2.