The 2021 CFC Giving Season has begun and you can be the face of giving to our Foundation!
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the official workplace giving campaign for federal employees and retirees. Over the years, the Navy Supply Corps Foundation has been the grateful recipient of your kind consideration during the campaign—Federal, postal, military, and retirees contribute to our non-profit organization. The CFC mission is "to promote and support philanthropy through a program that is employee-focused, cost-efficient, and effective in providing all federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all”.
The benefits of your CFC contributions can be seen in every program we offer the Supply Community—and it’s so easy to participate! The cornerstone of the campaign is the CFC Online Donation System. This year, the mobile giving app will integrate full payroll deduction options. For employees who may not have access to or decide not to use the electronic donation system, a paper pledge form will also be available. As we emerge from the pandemic, we hope all Members will consider this giving option—the largest and most successful annual workplace charity opportunity!
The solicitation period opened September 1, 2021, and runs through January 15, 2022. New employees may make pledges within 30 days of entry on duty, if outside of the campaign solicitation period.
Join the CFC 2022 Giving Campaign! Donate to the Foundation through the CFC ~ the Navy Supply Corps Foundation, Inc. #10281. Don't wait, visit the CFC website to sign up and name the Foundation #10281 as your charity today!
October 13, 1775 marks the Navy's 246th birthday and commemorates the day the Continental Congress authorized the procurement, fitting out, manning and dispatch of the first two Continental Navy vessels to cruise in search of munitions ships supplying the British Army in America. Since then, Sailors have deployed in peace and in conflict to safeguard our American values and way of life.
The U.S. Navy is always ready, and continues its mission to preserve peace, protect commerce and deter aggression through a constant forward presence. We are always on the watch--reliable, flexible and ready to respond on, above and below the sea.
The theme for this year's Navy birthday is, Resilient and Ready, which speaks to the Navy's history of being able to overcome a disaster, such as the loss of a ship or a global pandemic, and still maintain force lethality and preparedness.
The role of today's Navy involves everything from warfighting and warfare support, to keeping waterways safe and open for global commerce, to deterring sea piracy and drug trafficking. When called upon, the Navy is ready to answer the call anywhere, anytime. The unwavering dedication of our Sailors to the Navy's mission has not faltered over the past 246 years.
Our Supply Corps officers, supply enlisted, and civilian team, continue to provide steadfast support to the fleet. Your tireless efforts ensure peak readiness and enable the Navy to project and sustain naval power effectively during an ongoing strategic competition. The mission focused support NAVSUP and the Supply Corps provide allows naval and Joint forces to operate and maneuver across Planet Earth.
The Navy does not compete, deter or fight alone. We are an integral part of the Joint force and work relentlessly with our allies and partners to generate peace. While we celebrate our victories at sea and honor our shipmates who stand and have stood the watch, we must continue to shape and integrate our collective efforts in order to assure mission success.
Your commitment and hard work does not go unrecognized. Stay the course and continue supporting our great Navy!
RADM, SC, USN
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The Navy Supply Corps Foundation strives to learn more about the lives of our Supply Community through your compelling stories and experiences serving our nation. Capturing your stories serves to honor our shared heritage and preserve our Supply Corps traditions.
The stories of our men and women of the United States Navy Supply Corps are unique and relevant. You offer a perspective that may not be experienced by others in the same way. The value in sharing our stories goes beyond today–bringing depth and dimension to historical events and helping to shape a greater understanding of our role in the Navy and our service to the United States of America.
Record your story with NSCF to receive a copy of Ready for Sea: The History of the U.S. Navy Supply Corps.
Start your online submission today!
- Member must be registered on the Navy Supply Corps Foundation Website (usnscf.com) with current email and mailing address
- Story must be a minimum of 250 words or 1,500 characters
- Images can be added
- Submission must be "signed"
For more information about this project, email the NSCF Communications Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Honoring Tench Francis as the founding officer of the Navy Supply Corps, the Navy Supply Corps Foundation has established the Tench Francis Legacy Society to recognize our members who have included the Foundation in their estate planning. Gift planning can include a bequest in your will or by participating in a gift annuity or other life-income tool. If you have already taken steps to provide this type of support, please let us know as we would like to include you as a member of the Society. We are extremely grateful to our Tench Francis Legacy Society members for your generous support of our Supply Corps Family today and into the future.
Please consider joining the ranks of those currently listed as members of the Society, and help support the mission of the Navy Supply Corps Foundation by planning a future gift to the Foundation. If you would like information about ways you can support the mission of the Navy Supply Corps Foundation into the future, please contact our Executive Director, CAPT (Ret) Daniel Pionk at: email@example.com or call 706-354-4111.
Current Members of the Tench Francis Legacy Society
Harry H. Ball, CAPT, SC, USN*
Arthur Briggs, LCDR, SC, USN*
Bernard Browning, RADM, SC, USN*
Copely Burkhett, LCDR, SC, USN*
Harry Burris, CDR, SC, USN
Walter Douglas, CAPT, SC, USN*
Kenneth Epps, CAPT, SC, USN
Norman & Patricia Foy, CAPT, SC, USN
James French, LCDR, SC, USN
Richard Harrison, CAPT, SC, USN*
Donald E. Hickman, RADM, SC, USN
Terry Johnson, CDR, SC, USN
Thomas W. Jones, CDR, SC, USN*
Joseph J. Jordan, CDR, SC, USN
Robert R. Kurz, CDR, SC, USN
Norman Maier, CDR, SC, USN*
Steve Maas, RADM, SC, USN
Charles Mayfield, RADM, SC, USN*
Cary D. Poston, LCDR, SC, USN
Frank E. Raab, RADM, SC, USN*
Lowell Reade, CDR, SC, USN*
Ronald F. Ritchie, LCDR, SC, USN
Albert (Bud) Schiff, CAPT, SC, USN
William N. Shannon, CAPT SC, USN
Harold M. Shaw, CAPT, SC, USN*
George Smith, CW03, SC, USN*
Raymond J. Smith, CDR, SC, USN*
Donald G. St. Angelo, RADM, SC, USN*
Clyde Tudor, LCDR, SC, USN*
Lennus B. Urquhart, CDR, SC, USN
Lyall G. Young, LT, SC, USN*
Josephine Wenzel, SC, USN*
Please visit the links below to learn more about Tench Francis, Jr. and the beginning of the Navy Supply Corps.
Examples of some of the professional logistics certificates that are available for Supply Officers and enlisted supply personnel are: Supply Chain Professional (CSCP); Foodservice Management Professional (FMP); Certified Professional Contract Manager; and Financial Management Certification. Attaining a professional certification can be costly. Examples of the costs for these certificates are:
- Supply Chain Professional (CSCP): Exam Preparation: $1,380 & Exam: $965
- Certified Professional Contract Manager: Exam Preparation: $410 & Exam: $125
- Certified in Transportation and Logistics and Distribution (CLTD): Exam Preparation: $1,245 & Exam: $1,195
- Certificate in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM): Exam Preparation: $550 & Exam: $690
The Navy Supply Corps Foundation has developed a Professional Certification/Licenses Grant Program to assist with the costs incurred attaining a certification or license to enhance a civilian logistics career opportunity, after VA reimbursement, up to $500.
To qualify for this grant program the applicant must:
- Be an active regular or reserve Supply Corps officer
- Be an Active-duty Enlisted Sailor in a supply enlisted rating (e.g., CS, CSS, LS, LSS, or RS)
- Be registered on the Navy Supply Corps Foundation website with current email and mailing address
- Have attained the professional certification or dation Welicense to enhance a civilian logistics career opportunity
For more information or additional questions, contact Transition Committee Chair CDR (ret) Bob Dolan at firstname.lastname@example.org
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AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the Navy Supply Corps Foundation, a nonprofit organization supporting the Supply Community.
Visit smile.amazon.com and on your first visit select Navy Supply Corps Foundation, Inc. as your charitable organization before you begin shopping. Amazon will remember your selection and every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation to the Foundation.
Let's use this unique opportunity to give to our Community while staying safe!
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