FEEA 5K

Show your Support for Federal Employees all across the U.S. on May 7

The 5th Annual Charity Walk/Run in honor of Public Service Recognition Week will be Sunday, May 7, 2017. 

This year the event will take place not only at Washington, DC’s riverfront Anacostia Park, but also in cities all across the U.S. where virtual teams are forming now. The event is family friendly, with runners, walkers, and babies in strollers all welcome! Learn more and find the registration link below.

Joining in shows your support for our tireless and dedicated federal public servants, while also supporting their charity, the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund (FEEA).

FEEA is known for its signature work providing no interest, no fee loans to federal employees in need, administering childcare subsidies, coming to the aid of federal employees during natural disasters, and sponsoring both merit-based scholarships and scholarships for child survivors of terrorist attacks against U.S. federal employees at home and abroad. FEEA has received another four-star rating from the independent agency Charity Navigator this year.

We hope you will join FEEA in making a difference. Every step counts.

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