The 193rd SOW Association Annual membership meeting is Saturday 6 April at 15:00 in the 193rd SOW DFAC (Dining Facility, Chow Hall). We will be providing updates for everyone about the Association, making presentations to the 193rd Outstanding Airmen of the Year and holding elections for our board of directors.
If you would like to save money at any business you regularly visit please introduce them to the We Who Served Discount Key Tag program. You will save, the 193rd Association will benefit and the business will also benefit!
It works just like the discount card you take to the grocery store or pharmacy but it is designed for small business. Get the discount key tag and use it at any other participating member location.
If any member of the 193rd brings on a business they can save and make the Association the recipient. Simply put your email address and phone number in the Referral Agent blocks at the end of the Form. We Who Served will contact you by email to confirm.
Click here to see how it works! 193rd Association Members, simply refer businesses to this program through our website and the Association will benefit..
We are seeing this email from OPM about how to continue donating through CFC as a retiree. Check the link at the end of this article
Dear Federal Annuitant:
Prior to you or your family member completing a career in public service, you may have become familiar with the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) as a way to support charities locally, nationally and internationally. However, at the time you left public service it may not have been possible to easily contribute to charities through the CFC program. Now as a Federal Retiree, you can easily support the charity or charities of your choice.
Last year, we introduced important changes to modernize the CFC program. One of those changes gave retirees and survivors the opportunity to have convenient options of contributing directly through the CFC, including through monthly annuities!
This year’s campaign theme, is Show Some Love. Federal retirees and survivors are able to support any number of the almost 8,000 charities vetted and approved to participate in the CFC campaign. Last year, Federal employees and retirees pledged more than $100 million in monetary pledges. These pledges help people and communities in need and are a reflection of the generous nature of the Federal community.