South Florida FEB

Strategic Partnerships advance local and national initiatives through interagency collaboration and community outreach.  The FEB serves as a federal ambassador to represent agencies and their mission to State and local government, Congressional offices, and community organizations.  FEB’s strive to engage with local communities and to improve implementation of Government-wide and agency initiatives though effective communication and collaboration.

The South Florida Federal Executive Board ensures they meet the needs of their member agencies by conducting an annual strategic planning session, multiple full board meetings, events, congressional events/briefings, and periodic one-on-one meetings with member agency heads.  Additionally, at the end of FEB sponsored events, we secure client feedback to assess the program’s success. 

Combined Federal Campaign

The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the only authorized solicitation of federal employees in their workplaces on behalf of approved charitable organizations. The South Florida Federal Executive Board Oversees the Sunshine CFC Program and works to assist them with ensuring the program’s success.    

  2020 CFC Numbers:

  • Total Value of Donations (Monetary + Volunteer):  $2,029,444.68
  • Dollars pledged:  $1,940,885.06
  • Special Solicitation for COVID-19:  $40,665.14
  • Volunteer hours pledged:  4727
  • Number of donors:  4823     
  • 100 % of the campaign workers’ training was successfully conducted virtually. 
  • Retiree giving increased by 43% over 2019 and 68% in the number of donors.

Toys for Tots Toy Drive

The SFFEB works with the U.S. Marine Corps to coordinate federal participation in the annual Toys for Tots Toy Drive in South Florida. 

Marine Toys for Tots



Feds Feed Families Food Drive

The SFFEB advertises and supports the administration’s Annual Feds Feed Families Food Drive.

The 2021 campaign focused on online donations and virtual food drives, but also provided guidance for in-person donations and events as appropriate. Federal employees can go to the website, the FFF Hub, to find out how and where to donate online or in-person at food banks and food pantries, how to organize virtual food-drives, how to find field or warehouse gleaning opportunities, and how to share donation success stories.

****** Participating Food Banks *****

Salvation Army

Camillus House

The Pantry of Broward, Inc

Habitat for Humanity

The South Florida Federal Executive Board participates with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami, Broward, and Palm Beach to help build decent affordable home for low-income families.

****** Participating Habitat for Humanity *****

English as a Second Language (ESOL)

Federal agency volunteers visit High School ESOL classes to encourage students to learn English.  The ESOL speakers are federal employees who immigrated to the US and had to go through the process of learning English and assimilating to American culture while still maintaining their identity and culture. Volunteers recount their own experiences in learning English as a second language and emphasize how doing so contributed to their personal and professional success. 

****** Government’s Investment in Future Talent (GIFT) *****


Comprised of federal executives who take part in mentoring, hosting student interns, and providing STEM classes.
With the graying of the federal workforce, our future success is dependent on the recruitment and retention of new and younger talent. Through GIFT we are educating the local community about federal agencies’ current and future needs.