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Thank you, NIH!

Message from NIH Combined Federal Campaign Co-Chair

Tabak, Koroshetz and Volkow show art poster of purple swirls

NIH deputy director Dr. Lawrence Tabak (second from l) poses with NINDS director Dr. Walter Koroshetz (third from l) and NIDA director and CFC co-chair Dr. Nora Volkow (r) with NINDS submission to the Beauty of Science contest.

NIAMS colleagues hold art submitted in the IC directors art challenge.

NIAMS director Dr. Stephen Katz poses with colleagues holding their submission for the Beauty of Science contest.

Walt Williams poses with NIH'ers on basketball court outside the Clinical Center.

Former NBA star Walt Williams poses with NIH'ers at annual ORS/ORF basketball shootout.

NIH'ers pose on basketball court

NIH'ers gather for the annual ORS/ORF basketball shootout on a court outside the Clinical Center.

Volkow wears Mexican hat, joined by Superman and Spiderwoman

NIDA director Dr. Nora Volkow, NIDA deputy executive officer Dave Daubert and NIDA executive officer Joellen Austin dress up for NIAID's Halloween costume contest.

NIH'er talks with Special Love rep at information table.

An NIH'er stops by CFC table to learn more about Special Love, a nonprofit that provides community support for children with cancer and their families.

NIH'ers pose together with heart and Show Some Love banner.

NIH'ers show some love for CFC charities.

NIH colleagues from the musical a capella group Nerds in Harmony perform.

NIH's Nerds in Harmony sing popular hits, a capella classics and holiday favorites in the CC atrium.

An NIH'er plays violin outside the Clinical Center.

An NIH'er plays violin outside the Clinical Center to help raise money for CFC charities.

Two employees from Global Impact staff an information table.

One CFC charity is Global Impact, an organization that raises money for disaster relief and global development.

NIDDK colleagues wear white shirts emblazoned with "What's Your Cause?"

NIDDK colleagues attend CFC fair.

Dear Colleagues,

We did it! [NIH director] Dr. [Francis] Collins and I are delighted to report that we have exceeded our NIH CFC 2016 goal and have raised $2,400,154 for CFC charities. This achievement reflects the NIH community’s outstanding commitment to improving the lives of others, both through our professional roles and personally through generous contributions to the nonprofit community. Thank you to the many in our NIH community who contributed to this effort.

There were over 20,000 nonprofit organizations participating in the campaign this past year, including local, national and international organizations. From supporting medical research and patients in need to providing sanctuaries for the homeless, helping people with mental health and substance use disorders, and funding for the arts, these organizations help make our communities and our world a better place. Our CFC donations contribute to making these organizations and the work they do possible. 

I would like to extend a special thank you to the many keyworkers and campaign coordinators whose time, creativity and enthusiasm made this year’s campaign so successful. Your efforts are appreciated. 

Thank you all for helping us to achieve this outstanding accomplishment.   

Sincerely yours,
Dr. Nora Volkow, NIDA director & NIH CFC co-chair
Jan. 17, 2017

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