HUMAN & CIVIL RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS OF AMERICA

aka Workplace Giving Alliance   |   Salem, MA   |  https://www.hcr.org

Mission

HCROA seeks to support the human rights community, assisting not for profit organizations to participate in the U.S. Combined Federal Campaign and similar state and municipal programs. Within the CFC, our family of charities is the only alliance that focuses on human rights issues.

To be a member of HCROA, not for profit organizations must meet standards of programmatic impact and demonstrate they have adequate financial controls. We are governed by a volunteer board of directors.

Our organization collaborates with similar organizations that screen charities for participation in the CFC and other campaigns. Together, we are known as the Workplace Giving Alliance. To learn more about our work, please visit www.wg-alliance.org.

Ruling year info

1994

President

Mr. Marshall Strauss

Deputy Director

Ms. Lisa Kay Rosenthal

Main address

PO Box 2052

Salem, MA 01970 USA

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EIN

94-3193388

NTEE code info

Other Philanthropy, Voluntarism, and Grantmaking Foundations N.E.C. (T99)

Civil Rights, Social Action, and Advocacy N.E.C. (R99)

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Combined Federal Campaign

We help charities working in the field of human and civil rights to participate in the Combined Federal Campaign, which is the workplace giving program for the federal government.

HCROA acts as a "federation" in the CFC. This means that we help our member charities understand the regulations and develop their applications, represent them in appeals with federal regulators, help them present themselves most favorably in the CFC directory, report pledges, make distributions and sort out issues with local administrators. Our members are listed under our name in the CFC catalog.

Population(s) Served
Adults

As a federation, Human & Civil Rights Organizations of America represents human rights related charitable organizations in state and local federated campaigns. We provide access, administration, marketing and fiscal agent services.

Population(s) Served
Adults

We provide advice and technical guidance to our member charities on governance, management and financial best practices.

Population(s) Served
Adults

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Charting impact

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Charities such as those with which we work make a difference in communities every year. We support member groups so that they can raise funds from federal employees. With these funds, which are unrestricted, our members can have a greater impact year after year. Our goals are to expand the community of charities we support and increase their success in the U.S. Combined Federal Campaign.

We seek to educate charities on what they need to do to qualify for participation in the U.S. Combined Federal Campaign and to help donors within the CFC understand the importance of the work of our member charities. We hope to improve our educational materials every year and to ensure that the charities that do apply to the CFC meet the criteria of this important federal program.

Our organization collaborates with a number of similar organizations to share staff and other resources that allow us to assist member charities in their preparation of applications, to screen the applications to ensure compliance with federal admission criteria, educate potential donors, and transfer donations. Collectively, this family of organizations is called the Workplace Giving Alliance.

We are pleased that our organization has become an established participant in the U.S. Combined Federal Campaign and that OPM accepts most if not all of our recommendations regarding admission each year. We seek to increase our membership annually.

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HUMAN & CIVIL RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS OF AMERICA

Board of directors
as of 3/22/2022
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Board chair

Mr. Marshall Strauss

HCROA

Term: 2021 - 2022

Mikhail Kazachkov

Marshall Strauss

Richard O'Connor

Michael Washburn

Donald Gay

David Abramson

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