Giving Just Got Easier for Retired Federal Employees

Mother and son standing in front of their home smiling for a photo while holding their new keys for their home and a bible.

Latora and Oliver Nall in front of their newly completed Habitat LA home.

Are you a current or retired federal employee? If so, you can make tax-deductible contributions to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA) through the Combined Federal Campaign, the world’s most inclusive workplace giving program.

Current federal employees have been donating to the campaign since the 1960s, but now, retired government workers can arrange to have recurring contributions deducted from their retirement annuities.

To “Show Some Love” to Habitat LA, visit, where you can set up a recurring donation or make a one-time gift by credit card. You can also download a paper pledge form and mail cash or a check to the campaign.

Remember to include Habitat LA’s five-digit code 33583 when making your contribution. The Combined Federal Campaign ends Sunday, January 12th.

Questions? Please contact Manager of Individual Giving, Thelma Valenzuela.