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Attention New and Returning CVC Charities!
CVC Charity Registration is Open through May 15, 2016
Thank you all for your patience, minor upgrades have been completed. Many of you have already entered your application for 2016. All charities must re-register each year. Most of you will have no problems now that some fixes have been implemented.
- If you are applying as a NEW charity, you will be able to enter your application following the online prompts. Click on the button below to start.
- If you are applying as a RETURNING charity and the email for the person who entered the 2015 application is unchanged this will work well.
- If you are applying as a RETURNING charity and your email is different from the person who entered the 2015 application, you will hit a temporary roadblock. You will need to send us an email telling us your email address so we can change it internally on the system. You will get an email when it has been changed and you can proceed.
CVC Codes remain the same each year. You may request a PIN on the application and it will be sent to the person’s email on the record as of last year. Save your PIN for use through May 15.Please note that all PINs are temporary and do expire. Users can ask for PINs by: Going through the charity portal, and pressing the Returning Charities button, entering their CVC Code (Which can be found here: http://www.cvc.virginia.gov/cvccharitysearch.html, and then selecting Request PIN. Please make sure that you have access to the email listed. In the event there has been a change in staff and that email account has been deleted, you will need to write CVC Staff to request a manual change of email address which could take several business days.
Please note that we also have several tools available for new and returning charities and federations in our Dropbox and Facebook Notes Area including guides, tips and tricks.
We strongly encourage CVC Charities to express their communications preferences to stay up-to-date, including leaving the ListServ or if someone else in your organization wants to join the ListServ, to please go here: http://survey.dhrm.virginia.gov/n/CVCCharityDirectory.aspx
Questions or error messages should be reported to CVCStaff@dhrm.virginia.gov. We will answer emails in the order in which they are received. We look forward to seeing your application.
Click Apply Now to get started.
Thank you for your generous donations.
Why Give to the CVC?
- All charities participating in the CVC have been pre-screened to ensure that they are fiscally sound and that they perform the services stated.
- Payroll deduction allows you to budget your contribution throughout the year through regular automated giving.
- 100% of your designated contribution goes to the charity or charities stated. No administrative fees are taken by the CVC on designated contributions through workplace giving.
- Giving through the CVC minimizes the intrusive personal solicitation that might occur if you participate in multiple direct fundraising drives. While we have no control over the solictation calls at home from charities, state employees should not be solicited by non-profits at work sites.
- The CVC operates for and by state employees under the Executive Order of the Governor (#26-2010).
- There are many opportunities to give. The CVC accepts contributions from employees cash, check, payroll deduction, stock or credit card gifts.
CVC Calendar of Events
February 15 – March 10
– CVC accepts nominations for individual and team awards.
– Last day to enter your agency or individual Direct Giving for credit on this campaign. Go to here
to report giving.
March 1 – April 30
– Open registration for new and returning CVC charities. Click Apply Now.
– Annual Volunteer Recognition and Award event – Richmond.
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